Are flights to the UAE open you asked? From July 12 to 26, there will be an extensive number of flights being operated by Emirates, Etihad, Air Arabia, FlyDubai, Air India Express, IndiGo and SpiceJet to take Indians back to the UAE and vice-versa.
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Emirates has recently stopped applying fuel surcharge to tickets, which means also Skywards has become a great opportunity to use your miles for redemptions and not just upgrades.
Emirates Airline plans to resume scheduled commercial services on May 21, starting with operating flights to nine destinations across three continents, including some connection flights as well.
Emirates is getting together more resources to process the refunds of over half a million trips which were cancelled due to the CoronaVirus. Even then, refund processing is expected to last till August 2020.
Emirates Commercial flights are planned to be resumed on July 1 for the moment. However, Emirates has put in place new service protocols which involve strictly no meals except on long-haul flights (repacked) and social distancing measures. No cabin bags allowed as well.
Emirates, one of the biggest airlines around the globe, grounded since March 25, 2020, is planning to resume a limited flight schedule on April 6, 2020, working towards a gradual resumption of the schedule over the months ahead.
The UAE government has committed to bailing out Emirates via equity infusion in the coming days. This announcement was made in a series of announcements made by the crown prince of Dubai.
Emirates has taken the decision to cancel flights across its network and ground all its aircraft from March 25, 2020 onwards. The grounding will last till the business environment for travel does not look up.
CoronaVirus is causing airlines to upgrade their standards to ensure they don’t become the cause of the spread of the virus while maintaining essential services. Unfortunately, Indian carriers’ response to the situation has been found lacking.
A new Emirates promotion is offering you two nights in Downtown Dubai free of cost if you book quickly. There are some plush hotels on offer for your next stopover in Dubai.
There is a great opportunity to seek out a deal with Emirates, where you can fly to Dubai and back in First Class for anything between 600-900 USD.