Emirates announced the increase of flights frequency between Dubai and Tunis from six to seven a week starting October 30.
Continuing its rapid expansion strategy and enhancing the portfolio of its long-haul flights, Emirates unveiled plans to launch a fourth daily service between Dubai International and Sydney Airport, effective from March 25, 2018.
Emirates and Qantas Airways are set to extend their strategic codeshare partnership for further five years, with changes to reflect customer demand, new aircraft technology, and the strengths of the airlines’ networks.
As part of the renewal of its existing European Tour Agreement with the European Tour until 2021, Emirates has announced that it has become an official partner of the 2018 Ryder Cup.
Continuing the successful cooperation since 2015, Emirates has extended its sponsorship agreement with The Football Association until 2021, maintaining the tournament’s name as The Emirates FA Cup.
As part of its strategy to offer customers more flights choices and enable them to seamlessly connect to points across the Middle East, Emirates unveiled plans to introduce four additional scheduled flights between Dubai and Cairo, effective from October 29.
Emirates unveiled plans to fly its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft on a one-off basis to the Sri Lankan capital city of Colombo on August 14.
Emirates has announced that its Dubai – Khartoum service will increase from five to seven weekly flights commencing on August 08.
Aiming to offer customers access to over 200 unique destinations along with a seamless travel experience, Emirates and flydubai have recently signed an innovative partnership which includes a codeshare agreement.
Aiming to provide premium customers travelling through Boston with a seamless and enjoyable journey, Emirates has invested USD6.7 million to open a new lounge at Boston Logan International Airport providing premium guests the opportunity to relax, unwind, catch up on work and enjoy award-winning service and cuisine.