Emirates has confirmed plans to expand its network
to a further seven cities this month.
The Dubai-based airline will launch passenger
flights to Khartoum on 3 July, Amman (5 July), Osaka (7 July),
Narita (8 July), Athens (15 July), Larnaca (15 July) and Rome (15
These new services take the total number of
destinations that Emirates is offering to 48.
Travellers will be able to enter Dubai from 7 July
following the government decision to gradually open the emirate to
business and leisure travellers.
Customers can also book to fly between destinations in
the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and Europe or the Americas,
through Dubai, as long as they meet travel and immigration entry
requirements of their destination country.