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Emirates’ A380s return to the skies

Posted 15 July 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates will deploy its A380 on its daily Amsterdam service, and add a second daily A380 service to London Heathrow starting from 1 August.

 

Emirates’ A380s back in the sky.  Image: Emirates Airlines 

This announcement follows the Emirates A380's return to the skies today with EK001 to London Heathrow taking off from Dubai International airport at 0745hrs, and EK073 at 0820hrs, carrying commercial passengers onboard for the first time since March.

 

Emirates flight EK073 will receive a special welcome on arrival at Paris Charles De Gaulle, as it becomes the first and only scheduled A380 flight to operate at this major European airport since the pandemic began.

 

Throughout the day, Emirates will also mark the restart of scheduled passenger services to seven more cities - Athens, Barcelona, Geneva, Glasgow, Larnaca, Munich, and Rome.

 

Over the next two days, the airline will resume flights to Malé (16 July), Washington DC (16 July), and Brussels (17 July).

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