Dubai's Emirates to resume services to Algiers
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Dubai’s Emirates to resume services to Algiers

Dubai’s Emirates to resume services to Algiers

The resumption of flights to Algiers will boost the carrier’s African network to 21 destinations


Dubai carrier Emirates will reintroduce flights to Algiers, Algeria from November 9, it announced on November 1.

Emirates will operate to Algiers with two weekly flights on Tuesdays and Thursdays and the return flight to Dubai will be linked with Tunis. EK 757 will depart Dubai at 9.30am, arriving in Algiers at 2pm. EK 758 will depart Algiers at 5pm, stopping in Tunis at 6.20pm. The flight will continue to Dubai, taking off at 7.20pm from Tunis, arriving in Dubai at 3.55am the next day.

The resumption of flights to Algiers will boost Emirates’ African network to 21 destinations.

The airline is advancing plans to expand its presence across Africa in line with rising passenger demand, and will operate 116 weekly flights into the continent with the addition of Algiers. Customers flying to and from Algiers can fly to Dubai and avail connections to Europe, the Middle East, the Americas and West Asia.

Tickets can be booked on the carrier’s website or app, at its sales offices, via travel agents as well as online travel agents.

Starting tomorrow, the carrier will enhance its operations to Australia and step up the frequency on flights EK414/415 between Dubai and Sydney to daily, which will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER. Flights to Melbourne will operate as a four-weekly service as EK408/409, with the potential to increase further.

Read: Dubai’s Emirates ramps up operations to Australia

Emirate has extended its flexible booking policies until May 31, 2022. It has also introduced contactless technology to ease customers through the Dubai airport.

Read: Emirates introduces touchless self check-in kiosks at Dubai International Airport

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