Dubai's Emirates to operate additional Hajj flights - Gulf Business News
Dubai carrier Emirates has said it will operate extra flights to the Saudi cities of Jeddah and Madinah for the upcoming Hajj season. The 33 additional flights will accommodate the travel of pilgrims from August 6 to August 31 and run in parallel to ...
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Emirates puts on extra Hajj flights - TravelMole
Emirates will also be deploying a two-class A380 to Jeddah from 5-14 August, returning pilgrims back to Dubai and their onward connections from August 26-31. These additional flight services are available to travellers holding a valid Hajj visa. On ...
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Brace for holiday rush at airports on this weekend too - gulfnews.com
To avoid travel disruptions, Emirates advised its customers to “arrive at the airport at least three hours before flight departure, and customers are encouraged to plan extra time to avoid potential delays. Passengers can physically check in at the ...
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Emirates reveals plan to cope with rising Saudi Hajj demand - ArabianBusiness.com
Emirates said on Thursday it will be operating extra flights to Jeddah and Madinah to help facilitate travel for pilgrims heading to and from Saudi Arabia for Hajj. Emirates said in a statement that it will be operating 33 additional flights to the two ...
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