Emirates resumes Dhaka flights from Wednesday

25 Jun 2020 11:19 AM
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The airline will operate flights thrice weekly to Dhaka

Emirates resumed flights to and from Dhaka on Wednesday, allowing passengers to visit between Bangladesh and different destinations in Europe, the Americas and the center East.

The airline will operate flights thrice weekly to Dhaka, says a news release.

Flights will get operated with Emirates Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, the release added.

“We thank the Bangladeshi authorities because of their support, and welcome the possibility to be capable to connect our customers on Bangladesh to destinations in Europe, America and china and taiwan, on a planned basis," said Saeed Abdulla Miran, Emirates region manager for Bangladesh.

Emirates also announced scheduled flights to Munich from 15 July also with Boeing 777-300ER.

In addition, the highly popular Emirates A380 aircraft will get started serving travellers on flights to London Heathrow and Paris starting from 15 July.

This marks the give back of Emirates’ flagship aircraft on scheduled services because the Covid-19 pandemic forced the non permanent grounding of the airline’s passenger fleet in March.

Adel Al Redha, Emirates CEO said: “We are actually looking forward to slowly but surely introduce our A380 into more destinations based on the travel demand on specific locations. The Emirates A380 experience remains specific in the industry, and even though we’ve modified offerings onboard for medical and security of our crew and customers, we are confident our customers would welcome flying once again in this quiet, pleasant aircraft.”

Earlier found in the week, an announcement came into being reopening of Dubai to organization and leisure site visitors from 7 July, with new air travel protocols that facilitate travelling for UAE citizens, citizens and tourists even though safeguarding the health and safe practices of travellers and communities.

Flight bookings can be made online in emirates.com or via travel agents.

As travel restrictions stay in place, and travellers will only be accepted on flights if they adhere to the eligibility and entry requirements requirements of their destination countries.