Emirates has started field-testing an innovative decision support technology that allows the company to better manage operations, safety and environmental performance in the face of extreme and disruptive winter weather.
From July 01, Emirates’ new route from Dubai to Phnom Penh will take off, an extension of the carrier’s schedule to Yangon.
Emirates has responded to increased in-flight medical events by providing quality medical training for the cabin crew to assist the passengers onboard and reduce the costs of flight diversions.
Scheduled to commence beginning of June, Emirates will add a third daily flight between Dubai and Nairobi, operating a total of 21 weekly flights between the cities.
Emirates has introduced new sustainable blankets made from 100 percent recycled plastic bottles.
The Emirates Group has published its sixth annual environmental report, showcasing its sustainability performance and initiatives, such as a 60 percent reduction in electricity in its London office and the installation of solar panels at the Emirates Engine Maintenance Centre.
In partnership with LinkedIn, Emirates will provide select LinkedIn Learning courses on ice, its award-winning inflight entertainment (IFE) system.
IN LINE WITH ITS VISION TO OFFER A SUPERIOR PASSENGER EXPERIENCE AND IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH A MODERN AND STATE OF THE ART WIDE-BODY AIRCRAFT FLEET, EMIRATES HAS RETIRED THE LAST AIRBUS A330 AND A340 AIRCRAFT FROM ITS ACTIVE SERVICES.