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Emirates Airlines announces an increase in the number of travel destinations to 27 cities
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Emirates Airlines announced that it will deploy more of its giant A380 aircraft to more destinations through its network during the next two months, in response to continuing to ease travel restrictions and the growth of demand.

Emirates Airlines announced that it will deploy more of its giant A380 aircraft to more destinations through its network during the next two months, in response to continuing to ease travel restrictions and the growth of demand, at a time when it revealed, on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the start of its service to the Jordanian capital. Amman, since the launch of its first flight in 1986, has transported more than 6.2 million passengers on about 32,000 flights between Amman and Dubai.

She stated that the number of destinations that the giant plane will serve by the end of November 2021 is scheduled to reach 27 cities, compared to 16 cities currently, pointing out that with the addition of 11 routes to the A380 network by November, and the increase in the number of flights currently served by these aircraft, Emirates Airlines stands on the threshold of providing 165,000 additional seats on board the "giant" to customers.

The cities that Emirates will gradually return to service A380 aircraft include popular tourist and commercial destinations such as: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Johannesburg, Madrid, Milan, Riyadh (after obtaining government approval), Sao Paulo, and Zurich. A new destination will also join the network, as it is scheduled to launch a daily service to the Turkish city of Istanbul on the first of next October.