The Dubai carrier, Emirates, is all set to add another seven passenger services to its itinerary from next month, as the emirate continues to ease travel restrictions amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Emirates will now relaunch flights to Khartoum (from 3rd July), Athens, Larnaca and Rome (from 5th July), Osaka (from 7th July) and Narita (from 8th July).
The latest series of resumption implies that the airline will now fly to 48 destinations.
The Dubai carrier earlier reopened routes to Frankfurt, London Heathrow, Milan, Paris, Chicago, Madrid, Sydney, Toronto, Manila, Melbourne, Bahrain, Kabul, Manchester and Zurich.
Also, services to Auckland, Beirut, Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi will begin from 1st July and services to Brussels, Barcelona, Washington DC and Munich will start from 15th July.
Passengers should however, comply with travel protocols following earlier announcements from Dubai that the city will open for business and leisure visitors from 7th July.
Airline passengers can undergo testing for COVID-19 as part of travel requirements imposed by the Dubai government.