The Middle East will once again get a boost from
Emirates Airline with an additional 12 flights per week to be
launched to major travel hubs in the region. The new flights will
bring the airline's total number of weekly flights across the
Middle East to 197.
Effective 1st July, the 12 additional
flights will serve five major Middle East cities including;
Kuwait, Amman, Damascus, Sanaa and Doha. All the additional
flights will be serviced by Airbus A330.
Emirates Senior Vice President, Gulf, Middle East & Iran said,
“The demand for services to these regional gateways has never been
stronger. The Middle East is one of the only regions in the world
expected to post passenger traffic growth in 2009 and this is
reflected in our increased services.”
Emirates will introduce two additional weekly
flights to Kuwait, two additional weekly flights to Amman, three
additional weekly flights to Damascus, four additional weekly
flights to Doha and one additional flight to Sanaa.
flights bring the airline's total weekly operation to: 28 flights
to Kuwait, 14 flights to Amman, 14 flights to Damascus, 32 flights
to Doha and a daily flight to Sanaa.
In addition to the above, from June 1st the
A380 will begin servicing Bangkok and Toronto and
later in the year will service Seoul from December 1st. This month
has also seen the A380 commence a daily service to Sydney and
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