United Arab Emirates

Emirates maintains order book despite massive losses

Emirates order book commitments for 200 aircraft remains unchanged despite reporting massive annual losses....


Emirates adds 19th European destination across its summer network

Emirates made an update over its summer schedule 2021.  ...


Emirates may not get its first Boeing 777X before 2024

Emirates may get the Boeing 777X aircraft delivery only after 2024....


Emirates restarts Airbus A380 operations to Frankfurt Airport

Emirates returns Airbus A380 back at Frankfurt Airport (FRA)....


UAE bans travelers from India indefinitely

The United Arab Emirates extended the ban of entry for travelers coming from India....


Emirates proceeds with passenger health data digitization

Emirates implemented a full digital verification of medical records for passengers based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)....


Biden administration to approve F-35 sale to the UAE

The administration of US President Joe Biden is to approve the sale of F-35 fighter jets and armed drones to the United Arab Emirates....


Flydubai returns UAE’s only Boeing 737 MAX to passenger service

The United Arab Emirates low-cost carrier flydubai returns five of its 14 Boeing 737 MAX to passenger service.  ...


Emirates to resume transatlantic flight between Milan and New York

Emirates announced service would resume between Milan Malpensa and New York John F Kennedy International Airport from June 1, 2021....


Emirates orders staff to vaccinate or pay for COVID-19 tests

Emirates reportedly ordered its staff to take a free COVID-19 vaccination or to undergo regular testing in order to ensure that none of the employees are infected with the virus. According to the internal letter to the staff seen by media, Emirates asked all of its unvaccinated employees to take free vaccination. For those who refuse to get vaccinated, the airline ordered them to pay for their own regular testing procedures. The price for tests i...