Emirates Commences Daily Flights to Addis

January 23 , 2021


Emirates Commences Daily Flights to Addis

Emirates, the flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates, has announced that it plans to increase the frequency of its flights between Dubai and Addis Abeba to a daily schedule from the five weekly flights it currently operates. The change will be implemented starting on February 4, 2021. Flight EK723 to Addis Abeba will leave Dubai International Airport every day at 9:25am and the return flight EK724 will take off from Bole International Airport at 3:05pm. Emirates now operates flights to 114 destinations on six continents, according to a statement from the company. Ethiopian Airlines currently flies to Dubai International Airport three times a day.


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