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Emirates suspends flights to New York and Paris until further notice

Emirates suspends flights to New York and Paris until further notice

UAE carriers Emirates and Etihad have reduced flights due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic

As global travel restrictions takes effect, UAE carriers Emirates and Etihad Airways have decided to suspend further flights to key destinations as a means to contain the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that Emirates was considering grounding the bulk of its 115 Airbus SE superjumbos.

Read: Emirates mulls grounding its A380 fleet as virus spreads

Emirates had already idled more than 20 A380s and was seeking to delay taking the last handful due for delivery, Bloomberg reported.

Read: Update: Dubai’s Emirates to waive change penalties for all bookings made until March 31

On March 10, the carrier said passengers who decide to change their travel plans due to the Covid-19 situation can do so for travel within an 11-month date range in the same booking class without change penalties.

Below is the updated list of flights changes for Emirates.

Emirates Flights have been suspended to the following destinations:

Abidjan (via Accra): From March 21 – May 20

Abuja: From March 23 – until further notice

Accra: From March 21  – May 20

Adelaide: From March 23 – May 20

Ahmedabad: From March 23 – March 28

Algiers: From March 18 – May 20

Amman: From March 17 – April 30

Athens: From March 23 – June 30

Auckland (via Bali): From March 29 – June 30

Auckland: From March 29 – June 30

Baghdad: From March 17 – April 30

Bali: From March 29 – June 30

Bangkok–Hong Kong: From March 9 – May 20

Barcelona: From March 20 – May 20

Basra: From March 17 – April 30

Beirut: From March 17 – April 30

Bengaluru: From March 23 – March 28

Bologna: From March 13 – May 20

Brisbane: From March 29 – June 30

Brussels: From March 26 – June 30

Budapest: From March 13 – May 20

Buenos Aires (via Rio de Janeiro): From March 25 – May 20

Cairo: From March 19 – June 30

Casablanca: From March 16 – June 30

Cebu/Clark: From March 29 – June 30

Chennai: From March 22 – March 28

Chicago: From March 27 – June 30

Christchurch (via Sydney): From March 29 – June 30

Cochin: From March 23 – March 28

Colombo (via Male): From March 23 – June 30

Conakry: From March 22 – May 19

Dakar (via Conakry): From March 22 – May 19

Dammam: From March 9 – April 30

Delhi: From March 22 – March 28

Dhaka: From March 22 – March 31

Dubai–Colombo: From March 19 – March 25. During this time, passengers can only travel from Colombo to Dubai as directed by Sri Lankan authorities.

Dubai–Hanoi: From March 18 – March 22. During this time, passengers can only travel from Hanoi to Dubai as directed by Vietnamese authorities.

Dubai–Ho Chi Minh: From March 18 – March 24. During this time, passengers can only travel from Ho Chi Minh to Dubai as directed by Vietnamese authorities.

Dubai–Mauritius: From March 20 – April 2. During this time, passengers can only travel from Mauritius to Dubai as directed by Mauritian authorities.

Durban: From March 24 – May 20

Dusseldorf: From March 23 – until further notice

Edinburgh: From March 25 – June 30

Fort Lauderdale: From March 13 – June 30

Frankfurt: From March 23 – until further notice

Geneva: From March 23 – June 30

Guangzhou: From February 05 – April 30

Hamburg: From March 23 – until further notice

Hanoi: From March 23 – June 30

Harare (via Lusaka): From March 20 – May 20

Ho Chi Minh: From March 25 – June 30

Houston: From March 27 – June 30

Hyderabad: From March 22 – March 28

Islamabad: From March 22 – until further notice

Istanbul (IST): From March 17 – May 20

Istanbul (SAW): From March 17 – May 20

Jeddah: From March 16 – April 30

Kabul: From March 26 – June 30

Karachi: From March 22 – until further notice

Khartoum: From March 18 – May 20

Kolkata: From March 23 – March 28

Kuwait City: From March 14 – April 30

Lagos: From March 23 – until further notice

Larnaca: From March 17 – May 20

Lahore: From March 22 – until further notice

Lisbon: From March 19 – April 30

London Stansted: From March 25 – June 30

Luanda: From March 22 – May 20

Lusaka: From March 20 – May 20

Lyon: From March 23 – until further notice

Madrid: From March 18 – May 20

Malta (via Larnaca): From March 17 – May 20

Medina: From March 05 – April 30

Melbourne (via Singapore): From March 23 – May 20

Melbourne: From March 29 – June 30

Mexico City (via Barcelona): From March 20 – May 20

Milan: From March 15 – May 20

Moscow: From 30 March – June 30

Mumbai: From March 22 – March 28

Munich: From March 23 – until further notice

Muscat: From March 22 – April 5

New York EWR (via Athens): From March 13 – May 20

New York EWR: From March 24 – until further notice

New York JFK (via Milan): From March 11 – May 20

New York JFK: From March 24 – until further notice

Newcastle: From March 25 – June 30

Nice: From March 23 – until further notice

Orlando: From March 24 – June 30

Osaka: From March 26 – June 30

Oslo: From March 28 – June 30

Paris: From March 23 – until further notice

Peshawar: From March 22 – until further notice

Phnom Penh (via Bangkok): From March 29 – June 30

Phuket: From March 29 – June 30

Porto: From March 17 – May 20

Prague: From March 25 – June 30

Rio de Janeiro: From March 25 – May 20

Riyadh: From March 16 – April 30

Rome: From March 15 – May 20

Saint Petersburg: From March 30 – June 30

San Francisco: From March 29 – June 30

Santiago (via Rio de Janeiro): From March 25 – May 20

Shanghai: From February 5 – April 30

Sialkot: From March 22 – until further notice

Stockholm: From March 26 – June 30

Taipei: From March 16 – May 20

Tehran: From February 26 – April 30

Trivandrum: From March 22 – March 28

Tunis: From March 18 – May 20

Venice: From March 12 – May 20

Vienna: From March 23 – June 30

Warsaw: From March 15 – May 20

Etihad Airways

On Saturday March 21, Abu-Dhabi based carrier Etihad Airways also decided to curtail flights and suspend them altogether to a few destinations.

The routes that have changes implemented onto them include:

The routes that will be revised include:

Melbourne: Reduced from 14 weekly to eight weekly from March 29 until April 30.

Minsk: Suspended from April 2-30.

Brussels: Suspended from March 22 until April 30.

Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore: Suspended from March 21 until April 4.

Manila: Reduced from double-daily to daily from March 21 until April 30.

Johannesburg: Reduced from daily to four weekly from March 28 until April 30.

Seoul: Reduced from four weekly to three weekly from March 30 to April 30.

Zurich: Suspended from March 24 until April 30.

Chicago: Reduced from daily to four weekly from March 22 until April 30.

Los Angeles: Reduced from four weekly to three weekly from March 29 until April 30.

Washington D.C.: Reduced from daily to four weekly from March 24 until April 30.

The following previously announced network changes for Etihad which remain in place include:

Baku: All flights suspended from until April 30.

Bahrain: Reduced from triple-daily to daily until March 1; increase to twice daily April 1-30.

Shanghai: All flights suspended until March 28.

Chengdu: All flights suspended until further notice.

Hong Kong: All flights suspended until June 30.

Cairo: All flights suspended from March 20 until April 30.

Athens: Reduced from daily to four weekly from April 1-30.

Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Calicut, Chennai, Cochin, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Trivandrum: All flights suspended from March 22-28.

Jakarta: Reduced from double-daily to daily (suspension of EY472/EY471) from March 18 until June 30.

Milan: All flights suspended until April 30.

Rome: EY85/EY86 suspended until April 30.
EY83/EY84 suspended until June 30.

Nagoya: All flights suspended until June 30.

Tokyo: Reduced from daily to four weekly from April 1-30.

Amman: All flights suspended until April 30.

Nur-Sultan: Reduced to one per week from March 19-31.
All flights suspended from April 1-30.

Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Medina: All flights suspended until April 30.

Nairobi: All flights suspended from March 19 until April 30.

Kuwait: All flights suspended until March 31.

Beirut: All flights suspended until April 30.

Male: Reduced to daily from March 23 until April 30.

Casablanca and Rabat: All flights suspended until April 30.

Muscat: Reduced from triple-daily to double-daily until April 30.

Moscow: All flights suspended from March 20 until April 30.

Belgrade: All flights suspended from March 20 until April 30.

Singapore: Reduced from daily to four weekly from April 1-30.

Madrid and Barcelona: All flights suspended until April 30.

Colombo: Reduced from twice-daily to daily from March 29 until April 30.

Khartoum: All flights suspended from March 18 until April 30.

Geneva: All flights suspended from March 19 until April 30.

Bangkok: Reduced from triple-daily to double-daily (suspension of EY406/EY405) from April 1 to May 2.

Istanbul: All flights suspended until April 30.

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