The «Emirates Airlines» announced that it will resume operating its flights to the Jordanian capital, Amman, with a daily flight, starting from the eighth of September.
Emirates Airlines announced that it will resume operating its flights to the Jordanian capital, Amman, with a daily flight from the eighth of September, bringing the number of destinations covered by the airline’s network in the region and the Middle East to eight cities, while it continues to work on restarting its operations. Across the world, while preserving the health and safety of its dealers and employees.
The company stated in a statement yesterday that the flights to Amman will be operated by Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, pointing out that the EK 903 flight will leave Dubai International Airport at 3:00 PM and arrive in Amman at 4:55 PM local time. The return flight EK904 takes off from Queen Alia International Airport at 7 pm, and arrives in Dubai at 11 pm at night.
The company confirmed that reservations are available on flights through its website or through travel agents, pointing out that the resumption of flights to Amman provides an opportunity for Emirates Airlines customers to travel comfortably and safely to Dubai, and from there to its various stations in the Middle East, Europe, West Asia and the Americas. And the Far East.
"Emirates Airlines" warned that travelers to and from Jordan must meet the requirements of the destination they are traveling to, stressing that to ensure the safety of travelers, tourists and communities, presenting a "Covid-19" PCR examination certificate is mandatory for all transit passengers coming to Dubai. And the UAE before boarding the plane, including UAE citizens, residents and tourists, regardless of the country they come from.
"Emirates Airlines" stated that it provides coverage for medical treatment and quarantine costs related to "Covid-19" free of charge to those dealing with it, regardless of their destination or the class in which they travel. This coverage applies to all customers who travel on the airline's flights until October 31, 2020 (completion The first flight on or before October 31, 2020), while the coverage will remain valid for 31 days starting from the travel of the first sector of the trip.