Major General Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri stated that the return of flights to Dubai’s airports is an important step in supporting the aviation sector as one of the world’s leading aviation centres.
Dubai to welcome tourists from 7 July 2020; tourists required to present recent COVID-19 negative certificate or undergo testing at Dubai airports. COVID-19 positive cases will be isolated for 14 days
The International Air Transport Association, IATA, has revealed details of its proposed temporary layered approach to biosecurity for re-starting passenger flights amid the COVID-19 crisis.
UK-based travel service provider, dnata Travel Group, has signed a partnership agreement with Etihad Airways to provide sales and service, ground product and brand marketing functions for Etihad Holidays in the UK.
"As our Chairman has said, conserving cash, safeguarding our business, and preserving as much of as our skilled workforce as possible, remain our top priorities through this period"
COVID-19 had a noticeable impact on passenger traffic at the world’s leading international airport during the first quarter of the year as DXB recorded a total of 17.8 million customers
Dubai-based flydubai has announced that it will continue to focus its efforts on supporting government requests with repatriation flights and enabling the movement of essential goods across its network and beyond.
The air cargo carrier is currently operating 11 Boeing 777 freighter aircraft, each with a capacity to transport about 100 tonnes of cargo per flight and around 60 of its Boeing 777-300ER passenger aircraft as dedicated cargo aircraft with a 40-50 tonne belly hold cargo capacity per flight.
Dubai Aviation Entyerprise's Q1 2020 was characterized by stronger liquidity, unchanged capital adequacy and reduced profitability.
Emirates SkyCargo has announced that with effect from the first week May 2020, it has commenced dedicated cargo flights on a scheduled basis every week to 67 global destinations across six continents.
As of tomorrow (Sunday, May 3), Emirates Air Cargo will start shipping service to New Zealand at a rate of 4 flights per week, to
Emirates is set to operate limited passenger services to Frankfurt (02, 04, 06, 09, 11, 13 May), London Heathrow (03, 05, 07, 10, 12, 14 May), Manila (3, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 16 May), Sao Paulo (3 May), and Shanghai (2 May).
The united efforts of service partners across Dubai’s aviation sector, embassies and UAE government authorities have helped 37,469 people to safely return to their homes on 312 special repatriation flights operated by 54 airlines
While the world yearns to travel once again, meet and hug loved ones, seek new adventures and close those business deals, Emirates is busy protecting and readying the world’s largest all wide-body fleet to take to the skies.
Emirates air cargo carrier has helped import more than 34,000 tonnes of food into the country between January and April 2020, out of which 13,000 tonnes were imported between March and April
Emirates plans to operate passenger services to Frankfurt, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Lagos, London Heathrow, Madrid, Manila, and Tunis, for those wishing to return home.