Emirates Airline Plans to Add 62 Destinations in August after COVID-19 Lockdowns
Emirates Airline has announced its plan to start flights for 62 destinations in August. As the lockdown restrictions have been eased by many countries across the world, aviation sector is trying hard to get back on the track. Emirates Airline management has taken serious steps to scan passengers and trained staff to follow strict health and hygiene guidelines.
Emirates also informed that flights to Tehran will start from July 17 after nearly 5 months of closure. From July 25, Guangzhou will also be on Emirates destination list. The airline informed that all the flights will be operated on Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Iran has been the worst hit country in the Middle East due to COVID-19 pandemic. By resuming flights to Tehran, Emirates will be able to help a lot of passengers stuck in Iran or in other parts of the Middle East.
Passengers will have to fill out a form with information about their health. As per Iranian health ministry guidelines, passengers will have to self-isolate for 14 days.
Emirates on Wednesday restarted flying Airbus SE A380 superjumbos to London and Paris. It plans to deploy A380s on the Amsterdam route, and add a second daily A380 service to London Heathrow from Aug 1.
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