Emirates Airlines has announced that it will resume service to London Gatwick Airport from December 10 in response to the easing of international travel restrictions and increased travel demand.
The aircraft will operate daily Boeing 777-300ER daily to its second gate in London in three classes: first, business and economy. Flight EK 015 will depart Dubai Airport at 7:40 am and arrive at London Gatwick Airport at 11:40 am, while return flight EK 016 will depart London Gatwick Airport at 1:35 pm and arrive in Dubai at 12:40 am. .
With flights back to London Gatwick Airport in December, Emirates Airlines operations in the UK will return to 6 gates: London Heathrow 6 flights daily A380, Manchester 2 flights daily A380, Birmingham 10 flights per day, Glasgow 1 flights per day, and Newcastle 4 flights per week. By the end of December, Emirates will be delivering 84 weekly flights to the United Kingdom, making it easier for customers to access the airline’s growing global network, which now covers more than 120 locations, or about 90% of its pre – infected network, and offers a wide range of options to passengers from around the world. Visit to the United Kingdom.
Adnan Qasim, Emirates’ Chief Business Officer, said: “Gatwick Airport is an important destination for us and we look forward to re-launching our flights, and we look forward to welcoming our customers back to our flights as we offer more options to individuals and companies connecting with our growing global network. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as Britain has eased travel regulations and adopted international vaccination certificates, with more and more people relying on booking flights months in advance for work, vacations or to visit family and friends.
Since safely resuming its tourism operations in July 2020, Dubai has maintained its status as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, especially in winter. Dubai will allow its visitors to visit the Expo from the beginning of October 2021 to the end of March 2022. For those who come to or from Dubai at any time during the Expo, Emirates offers one day Expo tickets free of charge for each flight ticket.
Stephen King, head of aviation at Gatwick Airport, welcomed the Emirates decision to return to Gatwick in December. Following the UK’s announcement on October 4 that it will accept vaccination certificates from 55 countries, including the United Arab Emirates, immigrants arriving in the UK will no longer be isolated.
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