On April 6, Emirates Airlines announced that it was resuming passenger transportation after receiving permission from the authorities.
These first flights will operate from Dubai to London with 4 flights per week. In addition, 3 flights per week will be resumed to Paris, Frankfurt, Brussels and Zurich.
For the time being, the aircraft will only carry passengers coming from the United Arab Emirates, transporting cargo in both directions.
The seats offered by the company will be in Business Class and Economy Class. To book, any user can do so through its website. However, travel restrictions remain in place, so passengers are advised to check the entry criteria before booking.
For security reasons, all in-flight items such as magazines and reading material will be removed, although food services will be maintained, but packaging will be modified to reduce contact as much as possible. The company's lounge services will not be available for these reasons during this period.
Like other airlines, all aircraft will undergo cleaning and hygiene processes after each trip to ensure the health of passengers as much as possible.