Emirates Airlines has announced the resumption of its services to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 11 September and to St Petersburg by 8 October.
This announcement constitutes an important addition to the operations of Emirates Airlines, which continues to expand and restore its global network of stations to Corona’s pre-pandemic levels, as a result of the relaxation of international entry protocols and in response to the continuous growth in travel demand.
From 8 October, Emirates Airlines will operate four flights a week with Boeing 777-300s between Dubai and St. Petersburg in three classes and the service will be upgraded to a daily flight from 21 October.
From tomorrow, Saturday 11 September, Emirates Airlines will begin operating 24 weekly flights to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including one daily flight to the capital, Riyadh, daily A380 flights to Jeddah, one daily flight to Dammam and three weekly flights to Medina.
The Riyadh service will increase to two flights per day starting September 16, and there are also plans to increase the number of flights in other cities by the end of the month.
To Riyadh, Emirates flight EK 2817 departs Dubai daily at 4:40 pm and lands at King Khalid International Airport at 5:50 pm, while the return flight EK 2818 departs Riyadh at 8:10 pm and arrives at Dubai International Airport at 11: 20 at night.
Emirates flight EK 2803 to Jeddah departs Dubai daily at 4pm and lands at King Abdulaziz International Airport at 6pm. As for the return flight, “EK 2804”, it departs Jeddah at 21:20 and arrives at Dubai International Airport at 1:00 am.
Emirates flight EK 2821 departs Dubai daily at 20:50 and lands at Dammam King Fahd International Airport at 21:20, while return flight EK 2822 departs Dammam at 22:45 and arrives at the international airport Dubai at one clock in the morning.
Emirates flight to Medina “EK 2809” will depart Dubai “three times a week” at 16:30 and land at Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport at 18:00. As for the return flight, EK 2810, it will depart Medina at 20:00 and arrive at Dubai International Airport at 23:40.
Emirates Airlines recommends that its customers visit the “Covid-19 Information Center” to view details of travel requirements to various countries around the world, including to and from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Emirates continues to gradually rebuild its global network and has resumed passenger services to more than 120 destinations, allowing its customers to travel to and from Dubai to the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and countries in the region of Asia Pacific.
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