Dubai-based Emirates has filed for additional changes to its flight schedules which will include the resumption of routes throughout its network over the next few months.

According to Routesonline, Emirates intends to reopen routes that have been suspended for three month starting in July including major destinations within North America, Europe, Australia/New Zealand, and Asia.

Among the routes that Emirates plans to operate by July include flights from Dubai to Amsterdam, Bangkok, Beijing (Capital), Boston, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Madrid, Manila, New York (JFK), Washington DC, Tokyo (Narita), and Paris.

Within the next few months (August/September), Emirates plans to resume routes to cities such as St. Petersburg, Rio de Janeiro, Zagreb, Venice, and Tokyo (Haneda).

Along with the resumption of routes departing from Dubai, Emirates also plans to resume 5th freedom flights between Bangkok-Hong Kong (August 1), Bangkok-Phnom Penh (July 1), Singapore-Melbourne (August 1), and Depnasar-Auckland (September 1). In addition, the airline will resume its Dubai-Cebu-Clark-Dubai route on July 2 and will launch flights between Singapore and Penang starting October 25 as scheduled.

Subject to change due to government approvals and quarantine measures in the respective destinations, Emirates intends to operate the following routes from Dubai to destinations within the Asia/Pacific with their respective frequencies from July through the end of the year:

Auckland – daily

Bangkok – twice-daily

Beijing-Capital – twice daily

Brisbane – daily

Delhi – four-times daily

Denpasar – daily

Guangzhou – daily

Hanoi - thrice-weekly

Ho Chi Minh – four-times weekly

Hong Kong – twice-daily

Jakarta – twice-daily

Kuala Lumpur – eight-times weekly

Manila – 18-times weekly

Melbourne- daily

Osaka – four-times weekly

Phuket – daily

Seoul – daily

Singapore – eight-times weekly

Shanghai – twice-daily

Sydney – daily

Taipei – daily

Tokyo (Haneda) – daily starting August 1

Tokyo (Narita) – daily

At present, Emirates is operating a limited flight schedule serving routes to/from Europe and Australia including London, Sydney, Melbourne, Frankfurt, and Madrid.

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