Emirates will resume flights to Accra, Ghana and Abidjan, Ivory Coast from September 6th. The addition of these two destinations takes the total number of points served by Emirates in Africa to 11.
Following the progressive resumption of passenger flights, the two Dubai-based airlines have revived their strategic partnership to offer customers increased connectivity.
Flights between Dubai and Bangkok will be operated with an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER aircraft offering seats in first, business and economy class.
Emirates will resume passenger services to Conakry, Guinea and Dakar, Senegal from September 3rd. The decision takes the total number of cities served by the Dubai-based carrier in Africa to eight.
Emirates has announced it will resume passenger services to Birmingham from September 1st, operating four weekly Boeing 777-200LR flights to Dubai.
The airline has also restarted its A380 operations to Amsterdam and Cairo this week, and will deploy its the aircraft to Guangzhou from August 8th.
Emirates has announced it will resume flights to Nairobi, from August 2nd, Baghdad and Basra, from August 10th, expanding its growing network.
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