The airline will start flying to Florida’s second largest city in July
From 22 July, Emirates will fly non-stop to Miami, Florida, one of America’s most popular tourist destinations.
Services will be operated via Emirates’s three-class Boeing 777-300, with four return flights a week from Dubai International Airport to Miami International Airport.
Speaking about the airline’s new route, Emirates chairman and chief executive Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum said: “There is a clear demand for this service from both leisure and business travellers and we anticipate that our new route will be warmly received across our global network, as well as by travellers in Southern Florida, South America and the Caribbean, who can conveniently access Dubai and our wider network via Miami’s many air service connections.”
The addition of direct flights to Miami means that Emirates will now be flying to 12 destinations across the US. Emirates currently flies to Boston, Chicago, New York (JFK and Newark airports), Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington and Orlando.
The airline has also announced that it would bring its popular A380 services back to the US. Emirates will start flying its superjumbo to New York in June, and then to LA in July.
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