The reopening of international aviation, as Emirates Airlines announced this morning, Saturday 8/29/2020, that the number of destinations and cities from which international flights will resume reaches 79 new destinations.
Emirates Airlines announced the resumption of passenger services to "Bangkok" with daily marches starting from the first of next September.
This brings the number of stations covered by the Emirates' international network to 78 directions at the beginning of next September, to provide its customers with comfortable and safe travel to and from the Thai capital via Dubai from its various stations in North Africa, the Gulf, Europe and Africa. Likewise, Bangkok will become the 15th city in the south and south in East Asia within the framework of Emirates Airlines’s international network.
Emirates Airlines uses the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on the Thai line to distribute the first three and business classes from Al-Siyahiya and as a result of next September, the EK-384 flight will depart the Dubai International airfield every day at 1:50 in the morning and arrive in Bangkok at 11:00 Thirty in the morning As for the return flight "EK 385", it takes off from the Bangkok International Airfield at 3:25 in the morning and arrives at Dubai at 6:35 in the morning.
Health and safety
In order to ensure the safety of travelers, tourists and communities, the presentation of a certificate of analysis of "Covid-19" PCR is mandatory for all members of the flight in transit (transit) and those coming to the United Arab Emirates before boarding the plane, including citizens of the United Arab Emirates, residents and tourists, regardless of the Republic. From which they come.
Dubai is one of the most popular international destinations. In 2019, it welcomed 16.7 1,000,000 guests and hosted hundreds of international conferences, conferences and exhibitions, in addition to sports and entertainment events.
Dubai has become one of the first cities in the world to obtain the SafeTravels seal from the WTTC, which has endorsed comprehensive and enforceable precautionary practices and practices taken by Dubai to ensure the health and safety of its visitors.
Emirates Airlines provides coverage for medical drug and quarantine costs associated with "Covid-19" free of charge for its customers, regardless of their destination or the class in which they are traveling, and this coverage applies to all customers who travel on the airline's trips until October 31 next.
For its part, Emirates Airlines announced this morning that it will resume operating its flights to Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, with two flights a week, starting from the fourth of next September, bringing the number of destinations it covers to 79 cities instead of 78 cities.