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Key elements to restoring passenger trust in air travel

The upturn in activity and the return to economic growth will only be possible if airports find the perfect balance

Dubai’s Emirates to resume passenger services to three more cities

The carrier’s passenger network will grow to 74 destinations by September 1

Dubai’s Emirates to increase passenger services to Pakistan from August 10

The carrier will now offer 53 weekly flights to Pakistan, which will increase to 60 starting August 16

Dubai’s Emirates to resume flights to Toronto from August 16

Customers can fly the Emirates A380 from Dubai to Toronto five times a week

Dubai’s Emirates to resume flights to more cities

The carrier’s passenger network will broaden to 70 destinations in August

Dubai’s Emirates to operate A380 to Guangzhou from August 8

The airline has now resumed passenger network operations to half of its pre-pandemic destinations

Jobs are being wiped out at airlines, and there’s worse to come

The aviation industry has suffered more than most as the pandemic destroys ticket sales and strips companies of cash

Dubai’s Emirates to resume flights to Clark from August 1

The airline’s passenger network will grow to 68 destinations in August

Dubai’s Emirates to resume services to three more cities

The carrier will grow its passenger network to 67 cities in August

Emirates issues travel advisory for passengers travelling to and from Dubai

Travel protocols have changed in the UAE in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic

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Dubai reopens to international tourists

Airports in Dubai were closed to international visitors in late March

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Airline debt could grow to $550bn by year-end – IATA

In total, governments have committed to $123bn in financial aid to airlines

How coronavirus will forever change airlines and the way we fly

In a matter of months, the coronavirus reset the clock on a decades-long aviation boom that’s been one of the great cultural and economic phenomena of the postwar world