Emirates to increase flights between Dubai and the United States
Emirates announced that by October 2021, it will restore its US flights to nearly 80% of pre-COVID-19 levels, and to more than 90% by December 2021.
The airline’s decision to increase its US services, which was announced on September 20, 2021, was made in response to growing demand as travel confidence returns along with the United States easing its restrictions on vaccinated travelers from Europe and the UK.
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Starting from October, Emirates will be ramping up US flights to 78 weekly services across 12 destinations to meet increased demand, offering more connectivity from @DXB to @BostonLogan, @DFWAirport, @JFKairport, @flySFO, @flySEA and @Dulles_Airport. https://t.co/JD7u71xz73 pic.twitter.com/kW3E6CixhJ— Emirates Airline (@emirates) September 20, 2021
From October 2021, Emirates will be operating 78 weekly flights to 12 destinations in the US with an increase in weekly flights scheduled for Boston (BOS), Dallas (DFW), New York (JFK), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington DC (IAD) as follows:
Boston: five weekly flights, increasing from four flights a week
Dallas: five weekly flights, increasing from four flights a week
New York: 19 weekly flights, increasing from 18 flights a week (including flights connecting Milan and New York)
San Francisco : five weekly flights, increasing from four flights a week
Seattle: five weekly flights, increasing from four flights a week
Washington DC: five weekly flights, increasing from four flights a week
Emirates has already restored pre-COVID-19 daily flight frequencies to Chicago, Los Angeles, and on the routes connecting Athens-Newark and Milan-New York.
By early December 2021, Emirates will have restored more than 90% of its pre-COVID flight schedule to the US with daily flights added to Boston, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington DC in addition to double daily flights to New York.
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