Emirates is set to restart non-stop flights to three cities in the US, bringing the number of destinations the airline reaches in the country to 10.
The Dubai airline will resume services to Seattle, Dallas and San Francisco in the coming weeks, while also adding additional flights to New York and Los Angeles.
Flights to the West Coast city of Seattle, Washington, will resume on Monday, February 1, with four weekly flights set to take place on a Boeing 777-200LR.
Dallas, Texas and San Francisco, California, will be once again be served by the airline from Tuesday, March 2. Flights to Dallas will take place three times a week on a Boeing 777-200LR, while San Francisco will be served by four flights per week on a Boeing 777-300ER.
Emirates has previously restarted flights to Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York's John F Kennedy International Airport, Toronto and Washington DC as part of its rebuild network during the Covid-19 pandemic.
From Monday, February 1, Emirates will also up the number of flights to John F Kennedy International Airport to two per day, while also offering a daily flight to Los Angeles International Airport.
The airline will also increase service to Brazil's Sao Paulo to five flights per week from Friday, February 5.
Emirates currently flies to 114 destinations as the airline gradually restarts services during the global pandemic.
In the wake of Covid-19, the airline implemented new health and safety measures on all flights, such as complimentary hygiene kits for customers, personal protective equipment for crew and restricted food and drinks services.
The airline is also offering all travellers free Covid-19 medical cover.