Emirates has restored its flying schedule at London Stansted to pre-pandemic levels and introduced an additional daily flight to Dubai.
The airline, the world’s largest international carrier, will now offer 14 flights per week to Dubai, providing customers with more options to connect to its global network of 144 destinations from its hub in the Middle East.
A Boeing 777-300ER will operate the flights, providing seating options for first class, business class, and economy class. Furthermore, the flights are scheduled to arrive at Stansted at 18:45 and depart at 21:10.
Emirates London to Dubai Flights
According to Gareth Powell, the Managing Director of London Stansted, the addition of Emirates’ second daily flight from London Stansted to Dubai is excellent news. For travelers and positive development for the airport, London, and the East of England.
He stated that the airline’s decision to double its flights clearly indicates its confidence in Stansted. Further, it reflects the strong demand for long-haul services in the region.
With the availability of 14 flights to Dubai each week, passengers will now have access to Emirates’ extensive global network, allowing them to connect to popular long-haul destinations such as Singapore, Thailand, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Australia, and the Maldives through its Middle East hub.
Powell looks forward to continuing to build a successful partnership between Emirates and London Stansted.
Emirates Executive thoughts
In a statement, Richard Jewsbury, the Divisional Vice President of Emirates UK, expressed his excitement about the airline’s increased operations from London Stansted ahead of the summer holiday season.
He said that bookings have continued to increase since the airline resumed services from Stansted in August 2022. Making it fantastic to scale up operations further this year.
Jewsbury added that Stansted is an important hub for Emirates in the East and Southeast of the UK, and the airline looks forward to welcoming more passengers onboard.
Emirates started operating at the airport in June 2018, providing service once a day and then twice a day from March 2019.
However, the service was halted due to the pandemic, and it resumed again in August 2022.
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