Emirates Airlines strengthens in the USA

The airline company Emirates Airlines announced for the next few weeks the resumption of its links between Dubai and Seattle, Dallas and San Francisco, bringing to ten the number of North American cities served despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

In order to “meet demand”, the United Arab Emirates company will relaunch its flights to the airport on February 1, 2021. Seattle-Tacoma, with four flights per week operated by Boeing 777-200LR which can accommodate 38 passengers in Business class and 264 in Economy. On March 2, Emirates will return to Dallas-Fort Worth with three weekly rotations in 777-200LR, and at San Francisco with four rotations in 777-300ER.

The return to the flight schedule of these three destinations will bring the North American network Emirates Airlines to ten airports served, after Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York-JFK, Toronto and Washington DC.

The airline will also offer its customers “more options and choices” with additional flights to New York, Los Angeles and São Paulo. As of February 1, Emirates will offer two daily flights to New York-JFK and a daily flight to The Angels (LAX). Emirates customers “also have seamless access to other US cities through the airline’s codeshare agreements with JetBlue and Alaska Airlines.”

In South America, Emirates Airlines will add a fifth weekly rotation to Sao Paulo-Guarulhos, “Offering Brazilian customers even more travel options with better access to its expanding network”. Beyond São Paulo, its customers can benefit from seamless connectivity and access to “24 other cities in Brazil via the airline’s codeshare with GOL and its interline agreements with Azul and LATAM”.

Emirates Airlines currently flies 114 destinations on six continents.

©Emirates Airlines

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