Emirates accumulates an increase in its global operations of 31% since the beginning of its fiscal year and has additional plans to increase capacity in its next boreal summer schedule that will be published from March 26, 2023. In recent months, the airline has planned and executed a rapid growth of its network operations, reintroducing services in 5 cities (including Buenos Aires); in addition to launching a new destination (Tel Aviv), adding 251 weekly flights on existing routes; and continue with the deployment of improvements in its air and ground service.
Adnan Kazim, the company's Chief Commercial Officer, said: “Emirates continues to expand its global network and deploy its capacity to meet travel demand around the world. Our financial year started out relatively quiet as we delayed our acceleration until the completion of the north runway rehabilitation program at Dubai International Airport in June. From July 2022 onwards, it has been a constant expansion.”
The executive added: “Demand has remained very strong, and our early bookings are strong as well. Emirates is hard at work on multiple fronts – getting back to operational capacity as fast as the ecosystem can handle, while also upgrading our fleet and product to ensure our customers always have the best Emirates experience possible. Four of our A380 aircraft have so far been fully refurbished with new Premium Economy cabin and seat interiors, and more will enter service as our $2 billion cabin and service enhancement program expands. speed up”.
In the coming months, established routes in Europe, Australia and Africa will see more Emirates flights, while in East Asia, more cities will see the restart of routes.