Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
Emirates Airlines announced today, Wednesday, that it will start operating the popular A380 aircraft to serve passengers on its flights to London Heathrow and Paris, as of July 15.
This announcement marks the return of the giant plane, which is an essential component of the airline’s fleet, to serve regular flights since the “Covid-19” epidemic led to the suspension of the passenger fleet last March, the company said in a statement.
“Our customers love to travel on the A380, it provides many unique features on board. We look forward to this aircraft being restarted to service more destinations according to the demand for travel in specific destinations,” said Adel Al Reda, Chief Operating Officer of Emirates Airlines.
He added: “The Emirates A380 experience is still unique in the industry, and although we have modified our air services for the health and safety of our crew and passengers, we are fully confident that our customers will welcome the return of this aircraft, which provides calm and comfort for passengers.” on board”.
In another development, Emirates Airlines announced that it will operate passenger flights to Dhaka (as of today, June 24), and to Munich (as of July 15).
This came after the announcement earlier this week that Dubai would be open to tourists as of July 7, with new protocols for air travel to facilitate the travel of UAE nationals, residents and tourists, while preserving the health and safety of travelers and communities.
Emirates Airlines currently provides services to more than 40 cities, while continuing flights comfortably and safely through Dubai for travelers between the Asian Pacific basin, the Gulf region, Europe and the Americas