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Emirates to resume flying to 3 US destinations along with increased frequencies

Emirates has announced that it will be resuming flights to Seattle, Dallas and San Francisco in line with increased passenger demand.

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As part of its route resumptions, Emirates yesterday revealed that the United States would soon benefit from far more flights.

Resuming 3 US flights

The Dubai based carrier will resume flying to Seattle with non-stop services from 1st February,2021. The flights to Seattle will operate 4-times-a-week using Boeing B777-200LR. Also later this month, Qatar Airways is set to launch flights to Seattle.

Next will be Dallas and San Francisco from 2nd March,2021. The carrier will operate 4-times-a-week to San Francisco using B777-300ER and 3-times-a-week to Dallas using B777-200LR.

The airline will use a two-class Boeing 777-200LR, featuring only Business Class and Economy Class.

The addition of these three destinations will take Emirates’ North American network to 10 destinations following the resumption of services to Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York JFK, Toronto and Washington DC.

Increasing frequency elsewhere

The airline will also be providing its customers more options and choice with additional flights to New York , Los Angeles and São Paulo. From 1st February,2021, Emirates will start flying to New York’s JFK Airport twice a day. Meanwhile, from the same date, the airline’s connection to Los Angeles International will become daily. Emirates customers also have seamless access to other US cities via the airline’s codeshare agreements with Jetblue and Alaskan Airlines.

In South America, Emirates will be introducing a fifth weekly flight to São Paulo (from February 5th), offering customers in Brazil even more travel options with greater access to its expanding network. Customers can enjoy connectivity and access to 24 other destinations via the airline’s codeshare partnership with GOL and its interline agreements with Azul and LATAM.

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