Emirates has announced plans to restart services to four destinations, Bali, London Stanstead, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. It will also boost frequencies on flights to Nigeria, Mauritius and Singapore to cater to growing demand.
From May 1, Emirates will operate five weekly flights to Bali, using a two-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Frequencies will be further increased on July 1, when the airline starts serving the island destination with daily flights.
Flights to London Stansted will resume on Monday, August 1, initially starting five times a week and then increasing to daily on Thursday, September 1. These will be operated on a Boeing 777-300ER fitted with the Game Changer First Class product for this aircraft.
By October, Emirates will offer 110 weekly flights to the UK, six times a day to London Heathrow, twice daily to Gatwick, three times a day to Manchester, twice a day to Birmingham, daily to Glasgow and five times a week to Newcastle.
The four new weekly flights to Buenos Aires will be operated via Rio de Janeiro, starting on Wednesday, November 2. This will be scaled up to a daily service from Wednesday, February 1, 2023. With the resumption of these four services, the Emirates network will span more than 130 destinations, across six continents.
The airline is also boosting frequencies on its flights to Lagos, which will welcome 11 weekly flights from July and then a twice-daily service from Thursday, September 1; and Abuja, which will be served by daily flights, also from September 1. Nine flights a week will be operated to Mauritius from this Saturday, growing to two flights a day from July. Finally, the airline will increase passenger services to Singapore, from seven weekly flights to 14 weekly flights from Thursday, June 23.