Emirates and FlyDubai announce their network expansion to now serve 275 stations

Data from Emirates Airlines and Flydubai indicates a notable expansion in their global network, with increased flight operations to new international destinations across six continents.

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The total number of destinations served by both carriers now stands at 275 globally. Emirates covers 150 destinations in over 70 countries and territories, including air cargo stations. Meanwhile, Flydubai reaches 125 destinations in 58 countries, with over 75 previously unserved destinations now connected to Dubai through direct flights.

Acknowledged as the biggest international airline globally, Emirates Airlines has revealed its intentions to enhance its Seoul services by introducing three extra flights per week, bringing the total number of weekly flights to ten. Between Dubai and Seoul, the airline has added more than 1,000 seats to its capacity. In November and December of 2023, respectively, Emirates began offering premium economy class on flights to São Paulo, Brazil, and Tokyo, Japan. After Tokyo Narita, Sao Paulo is the fourteenth city in Emirates' global network to receive the airline's most recent Airbus A380 aircraft.

Emirates has also enhanced its offerings in other key markets. All Sydney flights now operate with A380 aircraft, adding 2,000 seats weekly. Additionally, a third daily flight to Hong Kong commenced in November, positioning Emirates as the provider of two direct non-stop flights daily to Hong Kong, along with a third daily service via Bangkok.

Flydubai, on the other hand, has increased its reach by adding new locations, such as Langkawi and Penang, bringing its Southeast Asian network to four locations across two nations. As the first national carrier to offer direct service to the city, it has recently started offering four weekly direct flights to Mombasa, Kenya. In an effort to further broaden its network throughout Africa and Europe, Flydubai has restarted flights to Kabul International Airport and started offering regular services to Cairo, Egypt, and Poznan, Poland.

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