KARACHI: Emirates Airlines of the United Arab Emirates has announced the launch of weekly flights from Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.
Emirates Airlines has announced the launch of 14 scheduled weekly flights to Dubai from June 8, 2020, including one daily flight from Karachi, two flights every Thursday from Islamabad and from Lahore on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Flights will depart.
Emirates Airlines will offer travel with its state-of-the-art Boeing 300-777 ER aircraft.
Only passengers who meet the UAE government’s entry and eligibility rules will be allowed to travel on these flights.
Emirates Airlines will also carry cargo to Dubai with UAE nationals on flights from Pakistan, while only cargo will be brought by the airline on flights from Dubai to Pakistan.
In this regard, Emirates Vice President Muhammad Sarhan said, “We are pleased to announce the launch of scheduled passenger flights from Pakistan to Dubai, which will enable Pakistani customers in the UAE, Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad to access their offices, businesses and Will be able to go back to families.
“We are also working closely with the Pakistani government to launch operations from Peshawar and Sialkot,” he said.
Mohammad Sarhan said that we have increased the hygiene and safety measures at the airport with the cooperation of the concerned authorities, the safety and care of our customers, employees and the community remains our top priority.
With the launch of scheduled flights to Dubai, Emirates is working closely with the Government of Pakistan to facilitate repatriation of Pakistanis seeking special flights.
This week, the airline operated two special flights from Dubai to Karachi and Islamabad to bring stranded Pakistani nationals to the UAE.
The airline’s cargo division, Emirates Sky Cargo, delivered essential supplies on special flights, including basic medicines, perishables, clothing and courier shipments.
Due to health and safety reasons, the services provided on these flights have been changed as per the orders of the government.
All Emirates flights are specially cleaned in Dubai after each voyage and disinfectants are also used regularly.