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Emirates Fly back to London, Paris, Amsterdam, Rome and 6 other destinations – F.A.S. Airport Services provides hotel and transportation

By July 17, 2020October 7th, 2020News

Return to service to connect with a daily flight Amsterdam and London Heathrow. In addition, after this recovery, starting from 1 August, daily flights to the capital of the United Kingdom will become two.

The iconic A380 of Emirates is the protagonist: the reception of the “giant of the skies” at the “Charles De Gaulle” airport in Paris is exceptional, as it becomes the first and only A380 flight operated by an airline in the important hub French since the start of the pandemic.

Today also scheduled flights to Rome and 6 other destinations resume: Athens, Barcelona, ​​Geneva, Glasgow, Larnaca and Monaco. Emirates’ offer will be further enhanced in the coming days, with flights to Male and Washington DC (from 16 July), Brussels (from 17 July).

Emirates currently connects over 50 destinations and travelers who need to reach the Americas, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific area, can take advantage of the Dubai hub to reach their destination.

Travelers can also stop in Dubai which, from 7 July, is open again to all visitors: both those traveling for tourism and business. Visitors entering Dubai must take out an international health insurance policy that covers illnesses such as Covid-19 for the duration of their stay.

Emirates premium customers can enjoy Chauffeur Drive (Cds) and the lounge at Dubai International Airport again. Both services have been adapted in order to protect the health and safety of customers and employees.

In addition, the desks dedicated to Skywards customers are operational in the Dubai hub. The company has adopted a series of measures that concern every single phase of travel (on the ground and in flight), which also include the distribution of free hygienic kits containing masks, gloves, antibacterial hand sanitizing wipes.

It should be remembered that the travel restrictions remain in force and, therefore, only those who meet the eligibility requirements and meet the entry criteria established by the respective destination countries will be admitted to boarding.