Emirates to reinstate second daily flight from Stansted in May

Dubai-based airline Emirates* has announced that it will reinstate its second daily flight from London Stansted to Dubai* from 1 May 2023 owing to increased demand.

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The multi-award-winning airline, which suspended its flights from London Stansted during the pandemic, will operate the two flights departing for Dubai each day aboard its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, which includes a First Class offering.

Emirates UK Divisional Vice President, Richard Jewsbury, added: "Since we recommenced services to and from Stansted in August 2022, bookings have continued to surge from the London hub.

"It is fantastic to be scaling up operations even further this year offering passengers increased connectivity ahead of the popular summer holiday period.

"Stansted is a key hub for Emirates in the east and southeast of the UK, and we look forward to welcoming even more passengers onboard."

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Emirates to offer daily flights from Newcastle from 1 December 2022

Emirates is set to add extra capacity from Newcastle* with two additional flights commencing from 1 December 2022.

This will ensure daily flights are operated by the UAE airline to Dubai to help passengers travelling to the Middle East and beyond. They will be operated aboard Boeing 777 aircraft with both business and economy options.

Newcastle Airport's Chief Executive, Nick Jones, said: "Emirates' Dubai service has gone from strength to strength over the past 12 months. We are all pleased that demand for the iconic eastbound service has continued to grow resulting in the return of their pre-pandemic daily schedule, departing at lunchtime."

Emirates adds extra flights between Gatwick & Dubai this October

Emirates is preparing to add an additional daily flight between London Gatwick* and Dubai during the October half-term holiday.

The flight will operate aboard a Boeing 777 aircraft between 15 and 29 October 2023 to meet ever-growing consumer demand.

It said it wanted to "offer customers travelling to/from London greater connectivity" while also helping those "passengers affected by the capacity adjustments at London Heathrow."

Emirates restarts flights from London Stansted

In response to growing international demand, Emirates restarted flights to Dubai from London Stansted* on 1 August 2022. The airline has begun with five-weekly flights but plans to increase this to daily flights over the coming weeks.

With its return to London Stansted, Emirates now offers flights from three London airports. In addition to London Stansted, London Gatwick* offers twice-daily flights and London Heathrow* no fewer than six flights per day.

Emirates Divisional Vice President in the UK, Richard Jewsbury, said: "We are delighted to be recommencing services to and from Stansted and offering passengers further connectivity during the popular summer holiday period.

"Bookings in the UK and London have continued to surge with the further easing of travel restrictions and as appetite for international travel grows stronger. Stansted is a key hub for Emirates in the east and southeast of the UK as we continue to scale up travel following the pandemic."

Emirates to reinstate its A380 service between Dubai & Bangkok

Proving that recovery is well underway, Emirates has announced that it will reintroduce its flagship A380 service on its route between Dubai and Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport from 28 November 2021.

The supersized aircraft is needed to meet demand from passengers keen to get back to exploring Thailand*, which is now easier following the reopening of the Thai border to international tourists on 1 November 2021.

The addition of the A380 service will take the total number of daily flights to the Thai capital to three, with the other two operated by Boeing 777 aircraft.

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Updated on Tuesday 17 January 2023

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