Emirates is planning to resumption passenger flights between Dubai and five African nations starting from January 29 by adding features of offering more choices to passengers, superior value and enhanced connectivity to and through Dubai.
The restoration of services includes Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Dar El Salaam, Tanzania; Harare, Zimbabwe; Nairobi, Kenya; Emirates’ three South African gateways, Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.
Passengers flying to and from Emirates’ African gateways can safely reach Dubai and plan further connectivity to Europe, America, the Middle East, West Asia, and Australasia.
Meanwhile, Regular flights between South Africa and Dubai will be operational from January 29, and double daily services will continue from February 1. From and towards Cape Town and Durban, Flights will be operating from February 1.
At the same time, Emirates will make ten weekly flights operational from January 29, and EK 719 and 720 will be operating on Sunday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. EK 721 and 722 will take flight on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Whereas Emirates daily flights to Addis Ababa will be operational from January 30. Furthermore, Emirates is planning for making regular flights operational to Dar Es Salaam with five flights a week from January 30.
In Addition, Emirates will continue its daily flights to Harare operational with six weekly flights linked to its Lusaka services from January 30.