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MD Rana Reservations MD Muneer Hussain Sports Anisha Afreen Destination Visa Assistance M Amin Corporates/ B2B Azad Hussain Shawq Dubai, UAE, 12 January 2019 – Announced adjustments to its operating schedule in 2019 to accommodate Southern Airlines at the international airport in Dubai Field reduced the impact in April and May 2019 and to respond to trends in international travel demand. The airline also revealed its aircraft plans for the year.
Sir Tim Clarke, the airline’s president, said: “We pride ourselves on being a customer-centric airline with a merchant-centric business model. We invest in a modern and efficient fleet to be able to serve our customers. We offer industry-leading comfort and are wise to position our aircraft where it best meets customer demand.
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“The changes we are introducing to our network schedules in 2019 are in line with this strategy, taking into account global market dynamics and operational constraints, including maintenance work on the south runway at Dubai Airport. Throughout the year, we will continue to closely monitor international markets and maintain the flexibility to use our aircraft assets.”
A significant number of scheduled flights will be affected by the closure of the south runway at Dubai International Airport for maintenance activities between 16 April and 30 May 2019.
Given the restrictions around operating flights using a single hub runway, many flights will be cancelled, rescheduled or diverted to minimize the impact on customers. This will result in up to 48 aircraft being idled, with a 25% reduction in the airline’s total number of flights over a 45-day period.
Additional flights to several African markets will be introduced in June 2019. The additional services will meet the airline’s demand in these markets and offer customers even more seamless connections between these destinations and the international network via Dubai. Cities in Africa to be served by the additional flights include:
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Many destinations across Europe will also be served by additional flights during the peak tourist season until summer 2019. These locations include:
To meet seasonal passenger demand, the airline will introduce its Airbus A380 aircraft to destinations including:
It will also adjust its services in South America to improve fleet utilization. From June 1, 2019, the airline will deploy its newly upgraded two-class Boeing 777-200LR on a daily service from Dubai to Rio de Janeiro. Offering spacious business class seats in a 2-2-2 layout and upgraded economy class seats, the service will run four times a week from Argentina’s capital Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires, and on the remaining three days it will run. Works in Santiago, Chile.
With this change, it will stop its closed flight from Dubai to Santiago via Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo will continue with the daily non-stop Airbus A380 service to Dubai.
Emirates Reaffirms Commitment To Australia With Increased Frequency And Boosted Capacity To Meet Demand For Travel
To provide more efficient and direct connection options for customers traveling from Australia, we will suspend flights EK 418/419 between Bangkok and Sydney from 01 June 2019. The Sydney service will continue with three flights per day to Dubai, and “Customers wishing to travel between Bangkok and Sydney will have flight options provided by partner Qantas.
Effective 31 March 2019, EK 424/425 will be discontinued and Perth will be served non-stop from Dubai with a once daily Airbus A380 service. Customers traveling from Perth enjoy round-trip connections via Dubai to more than 38 destinations in Europe and 16 other cities in Europe via codeshare partner flydubai. Customers will also be able to enjoy a seamless A380 experience between Perth and nearly 20 destinations in Europe.
It is committed to operating one of the youngest fleets in the global aviation industry, offering the highest levels of safety combined with an unparalleled customer experience and superior fuel efficiency. Six new Airbus A380 aircraft will be delivered in the 2019/20 financial year. At the same time, the airline will renew its fleet by returning seven older Boeing 777 aircraft. The company received its last Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in November 2018 and will begin delivery of the next-generation Boeing 777X in 2020.
The story began in 1985 when we started operations with only two aircraft. Today, we fly the world’s largest Airbus A380s and Boeing 777s, offering our customers the newest and most efficient wide-body aircraft in the sky.
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Coronavirus: Dubai’s Emirates Announces Flights To 29 Cities From June 15
Emirates will suspend all flights until Wednesday, March 25, following a ban in the UAE on all passenger flights in and out of the country and passenger transfers at the country’s airports, including the Dubai mega hub.
The lockdown, announced this morning by the UAE Civil Aviation Authority, will come into effect from 23:59 (local time) on March 25 and will last for two weeks, except for emergency departure flights and immunity cargo services.
“In accordance with the directive of the United Arab Emirates government, the Emirates will temporarily suspend all passenger services for two weeks from 25 March 2020.” “These measures are to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and we hope to resume services as soon as possible soon.”
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Emirates had already planned to expand its global network to around a dozen countries this week, although it ruled out a decision to suspend all passenger flights for the next three days.
Before the tough UAE sanctions were announced, the Gulf giant said it would target Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the United States . to fly passengers.
This represents a surprising contraction in Emirates’ global outlook compared to December 2019, when the airline operated more than 3,500 flights to 159 destinations per week, and reflects the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which has also reduced passenger numbers. The number has decreased. Countries are closing their borders and advising people not to travel.
Shared yesterday (see below) and suggested that as the “situation remains dynamic” passengers should check the emirates.com website.
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Emirates advises that passengers affected by this cancellation and with tickets issued on or before March 31 may,
There is currently no option to refund the price of your ticket instead of issuing a credit against your next flight.
“Eligible customers should contact an Emirates travel agent or office to request a travel voucher,” advises Emirates. “Customers who have booked directly with Emirates can visit the Travel Vouchers webpage and add ‘Coronavirus Refund Request’ in the comments section. Customers who have booked with a travel agent, Customers should contact them for rebooking and/or travel vouchers.’
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