Emirates to begin flights to three additional cities from Dubai this week
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Dubai’s Emirates to begin flights to three additional cities this week

Dubai’s Emirates to begin flights to three additional cities this week

With these new flights, the airline’s global network will expand to 84 destinations


Emirates has confirmed that it will resume flights to three more destinations this week: Amman in Jordan, as well as Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria.

The daily flights to Amman will begin on Tuesday, September 8. It will be serviced by an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER.

Emirates flight EK903 will depart Dubai at 3pm and arrive in Amman at 4.55pm.

EK 904 will then depart Amman at 7pm, and arrive in Dubai at 11pm.

Meanwhile, Emirates has also said that it will resume services to Lagos from Monday, September 7, and to Abuja from Wednesday, September 9.

Flights to Lagos will operate four times a week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Flights to and from Abuja will operate as a daily service.

Tickets for all of these flights can be booked on the airline’s website or via travel agents.

The Amman flight marks the eight destination that Emirates has resumed flights to within the Gulf and Middle East region, while the additional Nigerian destinations expand Emirates’ African network to 13.

Read: Dubai’s Emirates to resume passenger services to additional cities

The airline has therefore confirmed that it will have restarted flights to 84 destinations from Dubai this month.

Besides offering comprehensive Covid-19 cover to offset quarantine and medical costs on all bookings for customers who purchase a ticket by September 30, 2020, for travel on or before November 30, 2020, Emirates has also introduced flexible booking policies to account for disruptions in flight schedules as a result of the pandemic.


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