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Emirates Airlines has resumed its services to 51 destinations, while flydubai now operates flights to 17 cities. With Dubai ready to receive foreign tourists from July 7, domestic Emirates and flydubai have shared an updated list of destinations in their flight network.

Emirates Airlines has resumed its services to 51 destinations, while flydubai now operates flights to 17 cities.    With Dubai ready to receive foreign tourists from July 7, domestic Emirates and flydubai have shared an updated list of destinations in their flight network.   

Emirates Airlines has resumed its services to 51 destinations, while flydubai now operates flights to 17 cities.

Currently, the largest network of Emirates flights available is from Europe, covering a total of 18 destinations: Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, ​​Brussels, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, Frankfurt, Larnaca, London, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Paris , Rome, Vienna and Zurich.

The company will also carry travelers from three cities in the African region - Cairo, Khartoum and Tunisia - and four in the Americas, including Chicago, New York, Toronto and Washington.

In Asia, Emirates Airlines resumed flights to seven destinations, including Colombo, Dhaka, Islamabad, Kabul, Karachi, Lahore and Mali. It also opened its services to travelers from Auckland, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney in Australia.

In the Middle East, flights resumed in Oman, Bahrain, and Beirut, while in the Far East region, 11 destinations are part of the list. These include Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Osaka, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo.

Flydubai, the budget carrier in Dubai, has announced that it has resumed its services to 17 destinations across its network, including: Addis Ababa, Juba and Khartoum in Africa. Almaty, Kabul and Nur-Sultan in Central Asia; Belgrade, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Kiev, Krakow, Prague, Sarajevo and Sofia in Europe; Alexandria, Amman and Beirut in the Middle East.

Both airlines have asked tourists traveling to Dubai to make sure they have all the necessary documents they need before booking their flights.

They should have a printed, filled out health advertising template stating that they are not showing any symptoms of Covid-19; In addition to the Quarantine Undertaking Form, which states that they will bear all costs of quarantine and treatment if they are diagnosed with Covid-19.