Emirates to resume its service to Entebbe Airport, Uganda

Emirates Airlines, the leading airline in the United Arab Emirates, has confirmed that it would start passenger flights starting Oct. 1 to Entebbe International Airport. After the COVID epidemic, the airport was formally opened.

Emirates Airlines posted this afternoon that at 1705hrs (5:05 pm), they expected to touchdown at Entebbe Airport. As a part of the worldwide COVID 19 pandemic, the airline halted its commercial airlines to Uganda approximately six months earlier owing to the airport’s suspension.

The Airline says in a statement,” Emirates would fly to Entebbe on Oct. 1 and Muscat on Oct. 2, extending its flight destinations coverage to 94 cities.”

Emirates is the world’s fourth-largest carrier with passenger-kilometers for passengers flights and the second-largest carrier in the volume of tonne-kilometers of freight.

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Emirates introduced three flights per week to Entebbe in May 2019 as demand grew, culminating in a rise in passenger numbers through Entebbe to destinations worldwide for Emirates.

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African Nation Resumption

Emirates also confirmed that it would restart services to five African locations, expanding the existing operating network to 92 destinations. Flight to Johannesburg & cape town of South Africa would restart on Oct. 1 and Durban flights on Oct. 4. The carriers would also launch services on Oct. 1 to Harare, Zimbabwe, and Oct. 3 to Mauritius.

The latest news arrives as the Dubai-based airlines are steadily returning to regular activities owing to the COVID-19 epidemic after a months-long closure.

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Emirates and Turkish Airlines confirmed that they had resumed their weekly flights to Tehran and Istanbul,

Record-breaking Services to Auckland

The longest commercial passenger flight to be flown because Covid-19 travel limitations were imposed by the Emirates airlines to restart flights on the routes from Jan. 3 onwards. In January, Emirates intends to restart flights through the 777-300ER to New Zealand. The Boeing jet’s 14,200-kilometre trip would be the longest non-stop commercial route yet.

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