SERVING 83.6 MILLION TRAVELLERS IN 2016, CONNECTING THEM TO 240 DESTINATIONS ACROSS SIX CONTINENTS ON MORE THAN 100 AIRLINES, DUBAI INTERNATIONAL IS A DYNAMIC AND FAST-GROWING AIRPORT THAT TRULY INTERLINKS THE WORLD.
For the first time in Sri Lanka’s aviation history, Emirates will launch its double-deck Airbus A380 aircraft on a one-off flight to Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) on August 14.
Commencing on August 08, the Emirate’s service from Dubai International to Sudan’s Khartoum International Airport will be increased from five to seven weekly flights.
Aiming to boost seat capacity to and from Russia, Emirates has unveiled plans to deploy an Airbus A380 aircraft for its two daily flights between Dubai International and Moscow Domodedovo Airport, effective from October 01.
According to the study conducted by Campbell-Hill Aviation Group, Emirates demonstrated a significant positive impact on the US economy in 2015, contributing USD21.3 billion in revenue to the country.
Emirates has announced the introduction of an extra daily flight from Dubai International to Brussels Airport which will bring the number of daily year-round services to the destination to two as of October 29.
Aiming to expand its long-haul offerings while providing better connection between Middle East and Asia, on July 01 Emirates launched its inaugural direct flight from Dubai International to Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport.
Emirates has launched its daily linked service from Dubai to Phnom Penh via Yangon in Myanmar, marking the carrier's first Cambodian destination.
On July 01, Emirates operated its inaugural Airbus A380 flight from Dubai International to Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport, replacing the Boeing 777-300ER previously used on the route and bringing the total number of global destinations served by the iconic double- decker to 47.