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Emirates increases UK services

Posted 18 November 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates plans to operate its A380 aircraft four times a day to London Heathrow from 27 November and six times a week to Manchester from 2 December.

 

Emirates will also increase flights to Birmingham and Glasgow from the current four-a-week to daily services at both cities, from 27 November and 1 December respectively.

 

Emirates’ services to Manchester will increase from the current eight-a-week to 10 flights per week from 1 December, of which six will be served by an Emirates A380 and four with a Boeing 777-300ER. At London Heathrow, Emirates’ current twice daily A380 and once daily Boeing 777 flights will become four daily A380 services from 27 November.

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