This week, Emirates airlines resuming Dubai- Moscow flight extending its network to 85 cities.
Emirates to reconnect passenger flights to Moscow with its Boeing 777-300ER beginning on September 11 with twice departures a week. The continuation of services to Moscow would carry the airline’s widening service across Europe with 26 locations – providing additional travel alternatives to Europe through Emirates’ global customers, & revived connectivity to the Middle East, Asia, and African countries through DXB to the passengers of Russia.
Emirates further reinstated their network service steadily, collaborating progressively through international and local regulators to reopen passenger services safely to accommodate travel demands, while still prioritizing the security and safety of its passengers , crews and communities.
The passenger could also experience enhance user interconnection through S7 Airlines, Russia’s codeshare partner for Emirates – offering ingress to a wide range of domestic destinations.
Even as metropolis had already officially opened for global business and explorers, clients can hold back over or take trips to Dubai.
Improving the protection of travelers, guests, and the public, test for Corona PCR checks are compulsory for all incoming and transfer passengers visiting in Dubai (and the United Arab Emirates), including local citizens, and visitors, regardless of their country of origin.