The Emirates A380 has returned to Amman for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
The iconic aircraft touched down at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman marking the airline’s superjumbo to Amman.
The flight took off just after 14:00 from Dubai International Airport(DXB). After a short two hours and 43 minutes flight, the superjumbo landed in Amman at 14:56 local time.
It will fly to the Jordanian capital three times a week as part of the airline’s expanded 10 flights per week schedule. The Emirates A380 will fly to Amman three times a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. The outbound flight from Dubai leaves at 14:05 as EK903 before arriving at 15:30 local time at Queen Alia International Airport. The return flight, EK904, leaves Amman at 17:10 and arrives back in Dubai at 22:00 local time.
EK 905 will depart Dubai at 22:15, touching down in Amman at 23:40 local time. The return, EK 906, will leave Amman at 01:45, arriving in Dubai at 06:40 local time. These timings are kept in mind the easy connections of flights from Dubai. From Dubai, passengers will have a short connection time for flights to destinations including Europe and the United States.
The Emirates A380 has returned to London, Paris, Moscow, Guangzhou and Cairo since the pandemic began. Amman is the sixth destination for Emirates A380 since lockdown.
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