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"Emirates Airlines" resumes direct flights to Venice

"Emirates Airlines" resumes direct flights to Venice

Emirates Airlines announced that it will resume its direct service between Dubai and Venice, with three flights per week at the beginning, which enhances the opportunities for commercial and tourism communication between the United Arab Emirates and Italy, and provides customers with more travel options.

"Emirates Airlines" resumes direct flights to Venice Emirates Airlines announced that it will resume its direct service between Dubai and Venice, with three flights per week at the beginning, which enhances the opportunities for commercial and tourism communication between the United Arab Emirates and Italy, and provides customers with more travel options.


Emirates Airlines will also increase the number of its flights to Milan from 8 to 10 flights per week in July, including daily service on the line "Dubai - Milan - New York John F. Kennedy", and 3 round-trip flights between Dubai and Milan.


In addition to the five flights a week to Rome and the three flights a week to Bologna, the total of the airline’s flights to Italy in July will increase to 21 flights per week covering 4 cities. Emirates Airlines will serve Venice, Milan, Rome and Bologna with its modern and comfortable Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.


Emirates Airlines' move to expand its services to Italy comes after the start of work on arrangements for a "Covid-Tested flight", which allows its passengers to travel to Italy without quarantine upon arrival.


His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Supreme President and CEO of Emirates Airlines and the Group, welcomed the approval of the arrangements for flights whose passengers had taken the "Covid-19" test, and thanked the relevant authorities in Italy and the United Arab Emirates for their continuous efforts to facilitate and facilitate international travel.


His Highness said: “The United Arab Emirates enjoys strong and long-term relations with Italy, and the safe return of air traffic will help boost trade and tourism between the two countries. Dubai is a global trade center, built for people from more than 200 countries, and Dubai and the UAE have spared no effort to keep communities safe from the pandemic, from the world-leading vaccination program to our biosafety protocols in all sectors, including leisure and recreation facilities. Schools, companies and airports. We hope that other countries will consider adopting similar arrangements to facilitate travel without the need for quarantine upon arrival. ”


As of June 2, Emirates customers traveling to Italy, from the age of two years and over, are required to take a "Covid-19" PCR-RT test or a "Rapid Antigen" test valid for 48 hours prior to departure. Travelers also need to take a rapid Antigen swab test upon arrival in Italy, at their own expense.

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