Emirates to launch non-stop Dubai-Newark service with a second daily flight from June 1, 2018
By Express News Desk
- New York JFK services lowered from 4 daily, to 3 a day from 25 March
- Daily services restored to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando from 25 March
- Adjustments to United States services made in line with commercial need
By Express News Desk| Updated: February 01, 2018
New Jersey— Emirates will introduce a new non-stop service between Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Dubai from 1 June 2018, including to its existing everyday flight which runs with a stop in Athens, Greece.
The brand-new non-stop service will be run with an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER, providing 8 suites in First Class, 42 seats in Business, 306 in Economy Class, and 19 tonnes of belly-hold freight capability. This new timing complements the existing Emirates service, as it provides travellers with a brand-new choice of an early morning arrival in Newark, and a morning departure.
The early morning arrival in Dubai likewise suggests east-bound travellers can easily explore among the world’s most dynamic cities on a stopover day trip, prior to taking a night connection to another destination on Emirates’ international network.
Emirates’ non-stop service to Newark will provide tourists in northern New Jersey improved global connectivity, particularly those visiting Africa, the Far East, and the Indian sub-continent. This is a benefit for ethnic communities such as the almost 700,000 Indian Americans living in the higher New York area, who will have one-stop access to nine Indian cities on Emirates’ global network.
Modifications at JFK
From 25 March, Emirates will stop running flight EK207/208, thereby lowering its services between Dubai and New York JFK to 3 day-to-day flights. From JFK, Emirates will maintain two non-stop flights a day to Dubai, and one flight a day through Milan, Italy.
With these running updates at Newark and JFK, the overall variety of Emirates flights serving the New York city will stay the same at 5 day-to-day services from 1 June, 2018.
Modifications at Fort Lauderdale and Orlando
In addition, from 25 March, Emirates will add two flights a week each to Fort Lauderdale (FLL), and Orlando (MCO), successfully returning to everyday services at both airports and showing the steady rebound in customer demand.
Emirates’ US services
Emirates serves 12 points in the United States, assisting to link the world’s biggest economy with emerging markets that will even more drive American economic development, trade, and task creation. Of the 80-plus destinations on our Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific network, 67 are not directly served by any United States carrier. The breadth of our network between the US and India is unequaled, providing more flights than other foreign carrier and considerably lowered travel times compared to airline companies linking by means of European hubs.
Emirates operates one of the youngest and most contemporary fleets in the sky with an average age of just 5 years, compared to the industry average of over 11 years. Emirates’ Boeing 777 airplane deal high levels of comfort and high quality service. Guests in all cabin classes can delight in the friendly service from Emirates’ global cabin team, meals prepared by chef, and over 3,000 channels of the current movies, TELEVISION programs and music hits on its acclaimed ice inflight entertainment system.