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Emirates and Canada

Emirates and Canada

Our customers are the key to this winning route

The Canada–Dubai story is an impressive one. Trade, tourism, and investment are all growing at record levels thanks to the Gulf boom and the successful leveraging of Canada's expertise in this region.

Direct air services are a vital component of this type of economic achievement. However, we are currently restricted to just three flights per week between Dubai and Canada. The relationship between Emirates and Canada to date has been encouraging, with services to Toronto thriving since launch, but we are eager to introduce more frequent flights to Canada. At the very least, we would like to offer our business and leisure travelers a daily service to Toronto in the near future. We would also like to expand our services to other Canadian cities, such as Calgary and Vancouver, in the same way that we have grown in other markets, such as Australia, Germany, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

Economic Benefits of Emirates Flights
Economic Benefits of Emirates Flights
Expanding our destination network would bring new economic activity, jobs, and tourism to Canada. Economic Benefits of Emirates Flights
Background on Canada and Dubai
Background on Canada and Dubai
A change to the existing Air Transport Agreement would benefit travelers and exporters and be in the national interest of Canada. Background on Canada and Dubai
Would Air Canada be impacted?
Would Air Canada be impacted?
Launching daily flights between Dubai and Toronto would only marginally increase our share of international capacity. Would Air Canada be impacted?
Busting Myths
Busting Myths
We challenge claims that deny Emirates' additional flight capacity and ultimately deny choice to Canadian consumers. Busting Myths