10 million passengers carried by Emirates Airlines during the summer

 Emirates, the world's largest international carrier, carried more than 10 million passengers on about 35,000 flights to 130 destinations during the summer.

10 million passengers carried by Emirates Airlines during the summer

Emirates Airlines, which was anticipating a strong return to travel in the summer

 worked early in cooperation with its airport partners to operate its regular flights and reduce any movement disruptions, and to meet the demand of customers to join their vacations and planned trips for tourism and visit families and friends around the world.


Emirates also ramped up its customer service operations during the hot summer season

 bringing its daily service back to London Stansted, and increasing flights to 33 cities in the summer on major routes across Europe, Asia and the Middle East, as well as favorite holiday destinations such as Seychelles and the Maldives. Mexico and Miami.


In June, Emirates added Tel Aviv to its global network. It also added in July a third daily flight to London Gatwick to serve passengers affected by capacity cuts at London Heathrow.


On the ground, Emirates Airlines has reopened and operated 32 of its premium lounges

 including 25 private lounges at major airports across its network, to provide frequent travelers, first class and business travelers with a haven of rest and recovery during their flights. It has also brought back free shuttle services to and from its brand's airports with Chauffeur Drive's chauffeur-drive service for first and business customers in the majority of the cities it serves.


Dubai International Airport

 the world's busiest international airport, serves millions of Emirates customers arriving, departing and transiting each month. The airline has been keen to ensure the smoothness of operations in its center 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by providing additional human resources and elements in all facilities of Terminal 3 at the airport.


Passengers benefited from Emirates’ investments in digital services and initiatives to reduce waiting times and facilitate the flow and transportation of customers through the airport to complete their travel procedures and go to their destinations smoothly.


Emirates continues to rebuild its network and capacity while easing travel restrictions

 and is currently operating at 74% of its network / capacity before the pandemic, and aims to reach 80% by the end of the year. Emirates has returned to service all of its Boeing 777 aircraft and about 80 of its Airbus A380 aircraft. In November, it will begin a $2 billion (more than 7.7 billion dirhams) program to modernize the cabins of 120 of its aircraft, including adding its new Premium Economy Class cabin.


summer numbers 


•  3.8 million passengers have checked in online on emirates.com and the Emirates App.


•  500,000 passengers used 22 self-service kiosks to check in and 38 baggage drop facilities in Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport.


•  11,000 passengers benefited from the Emirates Airlines service to complete procedures at home, and bypassed the queues at the airport and headed directly to the immigration and security checks counters.

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