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Emirates and India

Emirates and India

Building on a long-term relationship

Emirates flights to India started in October 1985, with 10 flights per week from our Dubai hub to Delhi and Mumbai forming the base of our initial route network.

Since then, we have invested in and progressively grown our Indian operations. Today, we operate 185 flights to India every week, serving 10 destinations: Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Mumbai, and Thiruvananthapuram.


Economic Impact of Emirates Flights
Economic Impact of Emirates Flights
Our 185 flights per week to 10 Indian destinations bring wider economic benefits to the nation. Economic Impact of Emirates Flights
Global Connectivity
Global Connectivity
India is our most important international destination, and our network is expanding to include more connecting points. Global Connectivity
A Partner in Trade
A Partner in Trade
We are eager to introduce larger aircraft on our cargo routes to increase our Indian air-freight volumes. A Partner in Trade
Growth in the Market
Growth in the Market
Changes to our current bilateral agreement would allow additional flights and benefit customers, trade, and airports. Growth in the Market