Articles Tagged ‘Emirates’
Emirates has expanded its Gatwick service to double-daily, with the airport served by both the 777 and the A380. The introduction of the second daily Gatwick service takes Emirates’ total UK weekly flights to 91.
Emirates and airBaltic are starting codeshare cooperation that will open new, seamless travel opportunities. airBaltic customers will benefit from convenient access to Emirates’ worldwide network via its hub in Dubai. Emirates passengers will have more possibilities to travel to the Baltic sea region.
Emirates will restart flights to London Gatwick from 10 December, responding to the easing of international travel restrictions and an upsurge in passenger demand for winter sun. The airline will resume services to its second London gateway with a daily flight operated by a B777.
Emirates restarted services to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on 11 September, while St Petersburg services will restart from 8 October. The resumptions build on Emirates’ growing global footprint, the continued lifting of entry restrictions, and demand recovery across the airline’s network.
Emirates’ has resumed A380 services to Manchester Airport, with the aircraft reintroduced in response to growing passenger demand. The resumption coincides with the 11th anniversary of the Emirates A380 serving Manchester. By October, the daily A380 service will increase to double-daily.
Emirates will restart flights to Newcastle Airport from 15 October, responding to the easing of international entry protocols and an upsurge in passenger demand. The airline will resume services with four weekly flights (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays), all operated by B777 aircraft.
Dubai to Heathrow now #1 by seats – it wasn’t even in the top-10 last winter. There has been huge change, with nine of the top-10 now different.
Doha – Dubai is highly interesting from numerous widebodies, high frequency, very short length, and because so many are surprised there’s such service.
We speak with Khalil Lamrabet, SVP of Aviation Development at Abu Dhabi Airports, with a focus on the airport’s two new home-based LCCs.
Emirates’ Lusaka route saw 76% of pax connect over Dubai last year; we see where and why. Africa had 11% of the MEB3’s seats, with Emirates by far the #1 non-African airline.
As Israel – UAE announce peace deal, we see that over 1.9 million flew between Tel Aviv and Africa (East/Southern), Asia, and Australasia last year, with UAE hubs offering more choice and often shorter routings.
Pakistan is an enormous country and could be a future aviation paradise. We see what’s been happening, noting that it is very underexploited domestically.