Emirates Will Fly Airbus A380 to London and Paris, Adds Dhaka and Munich to Flight Network
Emirates announced on Wednesday that they will deploy their popular Airbus A380 on flights to London-Heathrow and Paris From July 15, 2020, marking the return of Emirates’ flagship double-decker for the first time since last March.
Today, Emirates announced that their flagship Airbus A380 will return to service for the first time since last March with service to London-Heathrow and Paris from July 15, 2020. Additionally, the carrier has announced the restart of service to Dhaka from June 24th and Munich starting July 15, 2020. Emirates currently has over 40 destinations on offer to, from and through their Dubai hub, offering guests seamless connections between the Asia Pacific, the Gulf, Europe and the Americas. In Wednesday’s announcement, Emirates’ Chief Operating Officer, Adel Al Redha said,
“The A380 remains a popular aircraft amongst our customers and it offers many unique onboard features. We are delighted to bring it back into the skies to serve our customers on flights to London and Paris from 15 July, and we are looking forward to gradually introduce our A380 into more destinations according to the travel demand on specific destinations. The Emirates A380 experience remains unique in the industry, and even though we’ve modified services onboard for the health and safety of our crew and customers, we are confident that our customers would welcome flying again in this quiet, comfortable aircraft.
Emirates’ flights to Dhaka and Munich will be served with a Boeing 777-300ER. The award-winning carrier has implemented a comprehensive set of measures to ensure the health and well-being of guests and team members throughout their journey, including the distribution of complimentary hygiene kits containing masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes. As travel restrictions remain in place in many locations, Emirates reminds guests that they will only be accepted on flights if they comply with eligibility and entry requirements of their destination countries.