Emirates Increased The Number Of Flights To Accommodate Demand For Eid Flights

Due to the impending holiday of Eid Al Fitr, and the increased number of travelers wanting to travel by air, Emirates is expanding its flight schedule across seven destinations in the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Middle East. During the period of 28 April to 8 May, the airline will expand its schedule by adding 23 flights and piling on more seats with the deployment of both A380s and Boeing 777s to the four destinations it serves in Saudi Arabia as well as Kuwait, Beirut, and Amman.

Emirates will add two extra flights to and from Riyadh on the 2nd and 8th of May in order to meet the increased demand in and out of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In Jeddah, the airline will increase the number of flights serviced by its Boeing 777 aircraft by five, and it will upgrade one of its current flights to an A380, making the airport an all-A380 operation. During this time period, four more flights will be available to Medina, while tourists from Dammam will have the option of taking one additional trip on the 28th of April to begin their vacation on a high note.

Customers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will travel to Dubai for Eid Al Fitr festivities this year, as well as to the Maldives, Paris, Bangkok, Mauritius, Manila, and Los Angeles in the United States, according to Emirates.

Dubai, the Maldives, Manila, Bangkok, London, Mauritius, and Paris are among the most popular destinations for Kuwaiti tourists this year, and Emirates will operate eight more flights operated by its Boeing 777 during Eid.

Emirates will add three more flights serviced by Boeing 777s to its current Beirut schedule in order to accommodate more tourists returning home to see friends and family over the holiday season. Amman flights operated by the Boeing 777 aircraft will also be updated to accommodate more passengers.

Also available are customized Emirates Holidays packages, which include specially selected activities and hotel accommodations to suit every traveler’s desire and taste.

From 2-5 May, Emirates will serve a specially prepared Eid meal to customers on all GCC, Middle East, and North Africa flights leaving from and arriving in Dubai, in keeping with Eid customs and bringing a touch of Middle Eastern hospitality to the region.

Customers of various socioeconomic backgrounds may look forward to devouring exquisite Chicken Gabuli or Prawn Biryani to kick off their festivities. In addition to delectable treats such as saffron and pistachio cakes, Emirates will be providing them to First and Business Class passengers. Those traveling in economy class may also choose from chicken or prawn dishes, and they can satisfy their sweet craving with soft and crumbly pistachio namoura or saffron cake to finish up their dinner. Additionally, customers traveling in First and Business Class on the A380 will be able to indulge in an exclusive variety of Emirati Eid pastries and chocolates in the Onboard Lounge throughout their flight.

First and Business Class passengers traveling on Emirates flights to and from Dubai will be able to enjoy Arabic Coffee with dates as well as traditional Eid treats, as well as two new flavours of ice cream: cinnamon baklava and Arabic coffee with dates. Customers in Emirates’ dedicated Cairo and Singapore lounges will also be treated to a unique selection of sweets and savoury treats.

ice, Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment system, allows customers to sit back and relax with up to 5,000 channels of carefully curated entertainment, including over 100 Arabic movies, including new releases Al Kameen, Al Shanta, and Khan Tiuola; over 45 popular Arabic TV series; 400 channels of Arabic music, including Pop and Classics, Khaleeji, Maghrebi, and Arabic Fusion; 13 channels of Arabic podcasts and audiobooks; The Holy Qu’ran; and more.

For further information, please see emirates.com. The purchase of airline tickets may be made on emirates.com, in Emirates Sales offices, or via travel agents or online travel agencies.

Checking the most recent government travel limitations in their place of origin and ensuring that they fulfill the travel criteria of their ultimate destination are strongly recommended by the company.

By the voters of the World Travel Awards, Emirates has been named the “World’s Leading Airline – First Class 2021” and the “World’s Leading Airline – Business Class 2021.”

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