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Emirates to resume flights to Accra and Abidjan

Posted 2 September 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates will resume flights to Accra, Ghana and Abidjan, Ivory Coast from 6 September.

Emirates to resume services to Accra and Abidjan.  Emirates Airlines

The addition of these two destinations takes the total number of points served by Emirates in Africa to 11. This will also take the airline's passenger network to 81 destinations in September, offering customers around the world even more connections to Dubai, and via Dubai.

 

Flights from Dubai to Accra and Abidjan will be linked services, operating three times a week. The flights will be operated with the Emirates Boeing 777-300ER

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