The airline has been steadily resuming operations since last summer
After what can only be described as a tough year for aviation, Dubai’s Emirates Airline is making a comeback. The carrier resumed international travel on select routes last summer and has been gradually ramping up its operations.
One of the world’s largest airlines, Emirates is now flying to more than 100 destinations, edging closer to the pre-pandemic figure of 143 destinations.
Emirates is currently flying to 16 cities in Africa, servicing four hubs in Australia, 30 locations in Europe and 12 cities in North America, and it has resumed flights to the Indian Ocean islands of Sri Lanka, Maldives, Mauritius and Seychelles.
For a full list of destinations, visit www.emirates.com