Emirates to Return to Bali, London Stansted, and Rio

Flight frequencies will also be boosted for Mauritius and Singapore ahead of the summer holidays.

An Emirates Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. (Photo courtesy of Emirates)

As travel restrictions ease worldwide, Emirates is continuing to rebuild and expand its global network to meet growing demand for intercontinental trips. The Gulf carrier has announced that it will restart services to four destinations on three continents in the coming months, providing an additional option for Europe-based holidaymakers bound for Indonesia’s Island of the Gods. Starting from May 1, Emirates will operate five weekly flights to Bali using a two-class Boeing 777-300ER. The airline plans to ramp up its operations from July to serve Ngurah Rai International Airport with a daily service.

Then on August 1, Emirates will resume flights to London Stansted five times a week, utilizing Boeing 777-300ER aircraft fitted with the “Game Changer” first-class product. The airline will increase frequencies to daily the following month, and by October, it will serve the United Kingdom with 110 weekly flights, including a six-times-daily service to London Heathrow, a double-daily A380 service to Gatwick, and thrice-daily flights to Manchester.

Over in South America, the Gulf carrier will deploy Boeing 777-300ERs from November 2 to Buenos Aires via Rio de Janeiro, on a four-times-weekly basis. With the resumption of services to these places, Emirates’ network will encompass more than 130 destinations across six continents.

The airline is also increasing passenger services to Singapore from seven weekly flights to 14 weekly flights from June 23. At the same time, it will scale up the frequency of flights to Mauritius from daily to nine times weekly between April 9 and the end of June, before going double daily from July. Under Emirates’ codeshare agreement with Air Mauritius, customers of both carriers can enjoy greater access and seamless connectivity to and from the island nation.

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