Emirates Airlines has revealed a range of fresh routes and heightened services for the summer of 2023. If you’re in the midst of travel planning, take note of these recently unveiled routes by the Dubai-based carrier, Emirates. Emirates has been expanding its business for summer and here’s the list of routes.
Here’s The List Of New Routes Announced By Emirates Airlines
— Emirates (@emirates) August 15, 2023
In July, Emirates introduced a fresh daily route from Dubai International to Montreal, marking its second gateway in Canada. The airline resumed operations in Taipei from Dubai. Furthermore, an expansion of flights transpired across various established destinations in Europe, Australia, and Africa, coupled with a notable resurgence of routes within East Asia.
This extended partnership encompasses all three Emirates gateways in the Philippines. Earlier it was Manila and now the airline will expand its network to Cebu, and Clark. This expansion of collaboration ensures effortless connectivity for travellers, enabling them to access an expanded array of destinations within the Philippines via a single ticket and streamlined baggage policy. Emirates inaugurated its maiden service from New Zealand with two landmark flights: the initial one via Sydney aboard a Boeing 777-300ER, followed by the second using an A330 departing from Melbourne.
Here’s The List Of New & Resumed Routes Of Emirates Airlines From June 2023
1. Montréal, Canada
2. Cebu & Clark, Philipines
3. Heathrow, London(additional flights)
4. Aotearoa, New Zealand
5. Taipei, Taiwan(resumed)
6. Bali, Indonesia
Premium Economy Class Has A Surging Demand
— Emirates (@emirates) August 1, 2023
Having established novel industry standards for Premium Economy travel, Emirates is commemorating a successful inaugural year of comprehensive service in this immensely favoured cabin class. Over 160,000 passengers have made the choice to elevate their flying experience by opting for Emirates Premium Economy since its introduction in August 2022. The anticipation of robust demand persists in the upcoming months.
The airline is enhancing opportunities for travellers to partake in its lauded Premium Economy offering, currently accessible on flights to 11 destinations. This number is poised to ascend to 13 by year’s end, as an increasing number of reconfigured aircraft, boasting revitalized interiors, become incorporated into a regular schedule.
Emirates presently operates its A380s featuring the newest Premium Economy cabins on routes to London Heathrow, Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Christchurch, Singapore, Los Angeles, New York JFK, Houston, San Francisco, and Dubai. Notably, these flights consistently experience high demand, resulting in consistently full seat occupancy in the Premium Economy class.
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