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Emirates expands its network in Europe

Posted 5 October 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates will resume flights to Budapest (from 21 October), Bologna (1st November), Dusseldorf (1st November), Hamburg (1st November) and Lyon (4th November).

 

Emirates expands its network in Europe.  Image:  Emirates Airlines

The addition of these five destinations takes Emirates' global network to 99 destinations, as the airline continues to gradually meet travel demand, while always prioritising the health and safety of its customers, crew and communities.

 

Flights to/from Budapest and Lyon will operate twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays while flights to/from Bologna, Dusseldorf and Hamburg will operate twice a week on Fridays and Sundays.

 

All flights to the five cities will be operated by the Boeing 777- 300ER.

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