Emirates’ inaugural flight to Miami has taken off, marking the airline’s first passenger flight to the city, its second destination in Florida, and the carrier’s first new destination launched since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emirates has announced that it will restart flights to Mauritius in less than 1 week time. This comes after Mauritius announced that it will once again accept international travellers from 15th July 2021, which is the same date that Maldives will begin welcoming tourists from India.
SWISS today unveiled its new Premium Economy Class, which will supplement its existing Economy, Business and First class of travel from the fourth quarter of 2021.
In April 2021, American Airlines announced that it would return to India with nonstop flights to New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Now the airline has expanded its service to New Delhi even before launch.
Emirates has announced that it is boosting operations to Jordan during July and August 2021 by deploying Airbus A380 on both the daily flights between Dubai and Amman.
Emirates has announced that it is now operating close to 90% of pre-pandemic network serving 115 destinations across the globe, and by the end of July, it will have recovered close to 90% of its pre-pandemic network, operating 880 weekly services across 124 cities.
Dubai-based Emirates has announced that it will resume its flights to Malta via Larnaca.
After announcing resumption of flights to Phuket and Milan, Emirates has announced that it will restart its flights from Dubai to Nice and Lyon. The decision comes as France is all set to welcome international travellers once again from tomorrow (9th June 2021).
Middle Eastern carrier Emirates will launch flights to Miami, Florida’s second largest city. The announcement comes just days after its rival Qatar Airways announced that it will boost frequency of flights to the sunny destination.
As Italy is reopening its borders for international travellers, Emirates has announced that it will resume flying to Venice and will also increase frequency of flights to Milan as it looks to take advantage of ‘COVID-19 tested flights’.