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Emirates resumes flights on April 6


Emirates Airlines received a personal permission from the UAE authorities to resume flights from next week. This was announced by the chairman of the company, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum.

Eddie Maloney
Eddie Maloney
The country's largest air carrier ceased to operate passenger flights on March 25, after authorities imposed a ban on flights to and from Dubai. Since April 6, the company intends to partially resume its work. So far, however, we are talking only about the export of foreign citizens who want to return to their homeland.

The company intends to carry out 10-15 flights a day to major European cities, including London, Paris, Zurich, Frankfurt and Brussels. The exact number of flights will depend on the availability of permits from the authorities of other countries, as well as on the demand for such flights.

source: forbes.com