The deal means customers and frequent flyers of both airlines will have access to an expansive joint network across Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the UK.
The Emirates red belly branding, which can be only seen when the aircraft is flying overhead, has been replaced by the opportunity-themed orange Dubai Expo 2020 branding.
Emirates will restart flights to London Gatwick Airport from December 10th. The carrier said it was responding to the easing of international travel restrictions.
Emirates has begun a worldwide campaign to recruit 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services employees to join its Dubai hub over the next six months.
For the first time, travellers to and from Turkey will have the opportunity to regularly enjoy the experience of flying on this iconic double-decker jumbo jet.
Emirates has announced that it will be restarting services to Saudi Arabia, with St Petersburg to follow on October 8th. The carrier said it is seeing demand recover across its network.
Emirates has announced that it will be expanding its operations in and out of South Africa, boosting its schedule to 28 weekly flights by October.
Emirates will receive three more A380 aircraft from Airbus this year with its last unit on order scheduled to join its fleet in November, bringing forward the original delivery timeline from June.
Emirates will restart flights to Newcastle Airport from October 15th, responding to the easing of international entry protocols and an upsurge in passenger demand.