Low-cost carrier flydubai has also re-deployed its commercial passenger planes to serve passengers flying to and from 18 destinations.
The UAE government lifted its restrictions on Emirates and Etihad in June, which is traditionally a busy month for the country’s travel calendar, when thousands of expatriates fly back to their home countries or spend their summer break overseas.
UAE residents will also be celebrating the EID holidays later this month, another historically busy season for the travel and hospitality industry.
For those who have travel plans during the EID holidays, or those who simply want to visit friends and family abroad, here is the updated list of destinations that the UAE’s airlines now operate in:
Africa: Addis Ababa, Cairo, Dar Es Salaam, Khartoum, Tunis
Americas: Boston, Chicago, New York,Toronto, Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Washington
Asia: Colombo, Dhaka, Islamabad, Kabul, Karachi, Lahore, Bengaluru, Delhi, Kochi, Mumbai, Thiruvananthapuram
Australasia: Auckland, Brisbane, Perth, Sydney
Europe: Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow, Larnaca. London, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna, Zurich
Indian Ocean Islands: Malé, Seychelles
Far East: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Osaka, Seoul, Singapore, Taiwan, Tokyo
Middle East: Amman, Bahrain, Bahrain, Beirut, Dubai, Tehran
Asia: Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Kochi, Mumbai (Note: These flights will operate between 15 and 26 July 2020), Ahmedabad (from 16 August),Bengaluru (outbound: 15 - 26 July; inbound and outbound: From 16 August), Chennai (outbound: 15 - 26 July; inbound and outbound: From 16 August) Colombo (16 August), Hyderabad (Outbound: 15 - 26 July; inbound and outbound: From 16 AugustI), Islamabad, Karachi, Kochi (outbound: 15-26 July; inbound and outbound: from 16 August), Kolkata (from 16 August), Kozhikode (from 16 August), Lahore, Male, Mumbai (outbound: 15-26 July; inbound and outbound: from 16 August), New Delhi (outbound: 15-26 July; inbound and outbound: from 16 August), Thiruvananthapuram (from 16 August), Baku (from 16 August)
Far East: Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo
Australasia: Sydney, Melbourne (outbound only)
Europe: Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Belgrade, Brussels, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul (from 1 August), London, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Moscow (from 1 August), Paris, Rome (from 1 August), Zurich
Middle East and Africa: Amman (from 1 August), Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Casablanca (from 1 August), Kuwait, Muscat (from 16 August), Rabat (From 16 August), Riyadh (From 16 August), Seychelles (From 1 August)
North America: Chicago, Los Angeles (outbound on 21 and 28 July only), New York, Toronto, Washington D.C. (from 1 August)
Europe: Prague, Krakow, Kyiv, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Bucharest, Sofia
Asia/ Central Asia: Baku, Bishkek, Dushanbe, Kabul
Middle East and Africa: Beirut, Amman, Alexandria, Dubai, Khartoum, Addis Ababa, Juba
(Reporting by Cleofe Maceda; editing by Seban Scaria)
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