Emirates, the leading international airline, announced in a statement that it will resume service to an international destination from June 2, 2021, with an average of four flights per week.
Emirates said in a statement yesterday that it will resume service to Orlando and that the announcement is part of its plans to expand its network in the United States and provide customers with more travel options to the uae via Dubai.
With orlando's addition, Emirates will offer more than 60 weekly flights from 11 destinations in and out of the United States, including: Boston, New York JFK, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, and Newark (in June), reaffirming the airline's strong commitment to that growing market, and providing convenient connecting flights across Dubai for travelers to and from the Middle East, West Asia and Africa.
Emirates customers can also continue to travel easily and smoothly to other U.S. cities, through codeshare agreements with JetBlue and Alaska Airlines, she said.
Emirates pointed out that the Orlando service will operate at the rate of four flights per week with Boeing 777-200LR aircraft divided by two classes: 38 seats converted into a flat bed in business class, and 264 seats in economy class.
From June 2, 2021, FLIGHT EK219 will leave Dubai International Airport at 8:55 am and arrive in Orlando at 4:30 pm. Return flight EK220 departs from Orlando at 9:00 pm and arrives in Dubai at 7:10 pm the following day, local time for Dubai and Orlando.