Emirates Expands Operations on Multiple Continents

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Emirates Plans to Ramp Up Operations by 31% in Latest Schedule

Emirates has boosted operations by 31% (total ASKMs) since the start of its financial year and has further plans to ramp up seat capacity in its latest published northern summer schedule starting 26 March 2023. Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ Chief Commercial Officer, said the airline has planned and executed the rapid growth of its network operations, reintroducing services to five cities, adding 251 weekly flights onto existing routes, and continuing the roll-out of service enhancements in the air and on the ground.

Emirates Continues to Expand Its Global Network and Deploy Capacity

Kazim stated that customer demand has been very strong, and the forward bookings are also robust. Emirates is working hard on several fronts, including bringing back operating capacity as quickly as the ecosystem can manage while also upgrading the fleet and product to ensure customers always enjoy the best possible Emirates experience. In the coming months, established routes to Europe, Australia, and Africa will be served with more Emirates flights, while in East Asia, more cities are seeing route restarts.

Upcoming A380 Deployments in Northern Summer 2023 Season

Emirates continues to scale up its A380 operations with the reintroduction of the iconic double-decker across its network. The airline will deploy A380s to Glasgow (from 26 March), Casablanca (from 15 April), Beijing (from 01 May), Shanghai (from 04 June), Nice (from 1 June), Birmingham (from 1 July), Kuala Lumpur (from 01 August), and Taipei (from 01 August).

Upcoming Route Enhancements by Region

Emirates is enhancing its routes to different regions, including Europe, Africa, Australia, and East Asia. In Europe, the airline will increase flights to Amsterdam, Athens, Bologna, Budapest, London, and Venice. In Africa, Emirates will increase flights to Cairo, Dar es Salam, and Entebbe. In Australia and New Zealand, non-stop flights will return to pre-pandemic levels to Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. In East Asia, Emirates will add flights to Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Tokyo.

Conclusion

Emirates’ latest published northern summer schedule will ramp up seat capacity, with a 31% boost in operations since the start of its financial year. The airline will introduce A380s to several cities, while established routes to different regions, including Europe, Africa, Australia, and East Asia, will see an increase in flights. Emirates will continue to expand its global network and deploy capacity to meet travel demand across the world.

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