Emirates will resume flights from Dubai to Moscow airport Domodedovo and back twice a week starting September 11.
The flights operates by Boeing 777-300ER aircrafts.
Along with flights to Moscow, Emirates' route network covers 26 European destinations. The company's passengers will receive various options for flights to Europe, while Russian customers can travel to Africa, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region.
The Emirate is in the process of restoring his route list. To this end, the company works with local authorities in different countries and international decision-making organizations. In addition to resumed flights Moscow-Dubai and back, Emirates has 85 cities on its route network. Thanks to Emirates' partnership with the S7 Airlines route network, airline customers have access to a wide range of regional routes.
Dubai has opened up for business and tourism. This makes it possible for a passenger to fly to Dubai or stay in this city on the route to other countries. All passengers tests for Covid19, and this applies to both passengers arriving in Dubai and transit travelers with any citizenship.