Emirates is increasing its services from the UK to Dubai, following a rise in demand after the United Arab Emirates moved to the British amber list.
By October, the airline will offer 73 weekly flights to the UK, including a six-times-a-day Heathrow operation; double-daily A380 flights to Manchester, 10 weekly services to Birmingham and daily services to Glasgow.
From Wednesday (August 11), Emirates will serve Heathrow with three daily A380 flights. This service will expand so that, by mid-October, the airline will have restored its operations to six daily flights, of which four will be served by the A380.
In line with the easing of restrictions across its network, the airline will be restoring capacity to 29 cities and adjusting schedules to boost frequencies and capacity as demand returns for international leisure and business travel.
It is increasing US operations, with additional frequencies to Houston, Boston and San Francisco in August, and increasing capacity to New York.
Elsewhere, carrier is restoring its network in Africa, and scheduling services to enable connections and additional access to Emirates’ four gateways in the UK.
It has now resumed passenger services to more than 120 destinations, recovering close to 90% of its pre-pandemic network.