Emirates is soaring as pandemic restrictions lift.
Air travel in Asia is well and truly taking off as restrictions loosen across the region.
To keep up with passenger demand, Emirates has this week announced it will be doubling services to Singapore from seven weekly flights to 14 flights a week from June 23 and will also be resuming flights to Bali. Singapore has loosened its travel restrictions and will now be axing all testing requirements and Bali has now also welcomed back international travellers.
Emirates is looking forward to a busy year with the resumption of flights to London Stansted on August 1 and to Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires in the autumn.
From May 1, Emirates will be flying five weekly flights to Bali and from July 1 this will be ramped up to a daily service. The increased flight service is designed to keep pace with increasing passenger demand as the holiday island casts away its pandemic restrictions.
Services will also be boosted to Mauritius with nine flights a week until June and then moving to twice-daily flights from July under a codeshare with Air Mauritius.
With the UK, Emirates’ London Stansted route will increase to a daily flight from September 1 and by October Emirates will be flying into the UK no fewer than 110 times a week. This includes six daily flights to London Heathrow, three flights a day to Manchester, a twice-daily service to Birmingham, five weekly flights to Newcastle, a daily service to Glasgow and two flights a day to Gatwick.
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