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Emirates flights to the US destinations

Last updated: 20 January 2022, 08:28 Dubai (GMT+4)

Emirates will resume flight operations to the following US destinations starting from 21 January 2022:

 

Emirates will resume operations to the following US destinations starting from 22 January 2022:

 

 

Emirates flights to New York JFK, Los Angeles (LAX) and Washington DC (IAD)  continue to operate as scheduled.

Passengers booked and confirmed on the above flights will be accepted for travel.

 

Customers must check the latest government travel restrictions in their country of origin and ensure they meet the travel requirements of travelling to or transiting through Dubai and their final destination. For more information on travel requirements, click here.    

Customers must arrive early at the airport and plan extra time for document verification at check-in. 

 

In order to receive the latest updates on their flights, customers are also advised to ensure that their contact details are updated by visiting Manage Your Booking.

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Resumption of passenger services from Guinea (CKY), Cote d'Ivoire (ABJ), Ghana (ACC), Uganda (EBB) and Angola (LAD)

Last updated: 13 January 2022, 11:47 Dubai (GMT+4)

From 13 January 2022, Emirates will resume passenger services to and from Guinea (CKY), Cote d'Ivoire (ABJ), Ghana (ACC), Uganda (EBB) and Angola (LAD). 

Passengers arriving and transiting in Dubai (DXB) from these destinations must meet the following travel requirements:

 

 Final destination Dubai:

  • Passengers travelling to Dubai from Guinea (CKY), Uganda (EBB) or Ghana (ACC) require a negative PCR test certificate with a QR code for a test conducted at an approved facility within 48 hours of departure, a 06-hours Rapid PCR with a QR code, and a PCR test on arrival in DXB. Test validity is calculated from the time the sample was collected.
  • Passengers travelling from or via Senegal (DSS) require a negative PCR test certificate with a QR code for the test conducted at an approved facility within 72 hours of departure, and a PCR test on arrival in DXB. Test validity is calculated from the time the sample was collected.
  • Passengers travelling to Dubai from Angola (LAD) and Cote d’Ivoire (ABJ) require a negative PCR test certificate with a QR code for a test conducted at an approved facility within 72 hours of departure, and a PCR test on arrival in DXB. Test validity is calculated from the time the sample was collected.

Passengers who are required to take a COVID-19 PCR test on arrival must remain in self-quarantine until they receive the test result.

 Transiting in Dubai:

  • Passengers transiting in Dubai from Guinea (CKY), Uganda (EBB), Ghana (ACC) and Cote d’Ivoire (ABJ) are only required to follow the travel requirements of their final destination
  • Passengers transiting in Dubai from Angola (LAD) are required to have a negative PCR test result with a QR code for a test conducted at an approved facility within 72 hours of departure and meet the travel requirements of their final destination.
  • Passengers transiting in Dubai from Guinea via Senegal (CKY via DSS) are required to follow the travel requirements of their final destination.

 

UAE Nationals and children under the age of 12 are exempt from these requirements.

 

Please check our travel requirements page for Dubai and your final destination. Customers travelling between countries with different rules should follow the most restrictive requirements.  

Please contact your travel agent or booking office to assist with rebooking.

In order to receive the latest updates on their flights, customers are also advised to ensure that their contact details are updated by visiting Manage Your Booking.

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Flights from Nairobi, Dar es Salaam, Lagos, Abuja, Harare, Lusaka, Addis Ababa and Casablanca to Dubai

Last updated: 7 January 2022, 09:32 Dubai (GMT+4)

Restrictions on entry and transit through Dubai

Customers originating from the following destinations will not be accepted for travel to or through Dubai with effect from 28 December 2021 until further notice.

  • United Republic of Tanzania (DAR)
  • Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (ADD)

 

Cancelled flights (to and from Dubai)

Customers with bookings to and from the following points will not be accepted for travel, until further notice.

  • Republic of Kenya (NBO)
  • Lusaka (LUN)
  • Harare (HRE)
  • Lagos (LOS)
  • Abuja (ABV)
  • Casablanca (CMN)


Affected customers do not need to call us immediately for rebooking. Customers can simply hold on to their Emirates ticket and when flights resume, get in touch with their travel agent or booking office to make new travel plans.

 

Emirates regrets any inconvenience caused.

 

In order to receive the latest updates on their flights, customers are also advised to ensure that their contact details are updated by visiting Manage Your Booking

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Flights from South Africa

Last updated: 6 January 2022, 12:18 Dubai (GMT+4)

Emirates will now operate daily passenger flights into Johannesburg. Due to current travel restrictions, we will not be carrying outbound passengers from Johannesburg.

Customers can check emirates.com for flight schedules, seat availability, and the latest travel requirements.

Until further notice, Emirates’ passenger operations to and from Durban and Cape Town remain suspended. 

Customers affected by flight cancellations do not need to call us immediately for rebooking. Customers can simply hold on to their Emirates ticket and when flights resume, get in touch with their travel agent or booking office to make new travel plans.

Emirates regrets any inconvenience caused.

In order to receive the latest updates on their flights, customers are also advised to ensure that their contact details are correct by visiting Manage Your Booking.

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Alternate ways to get help if you experience long call wait times

Last updated: 30 November 2021, 10:00 Dubai (GMT+4)

Our Contact Centres are experiencing a large volume of calls and you may experience long wait times before we can answer you.

Suggested alternatives: 

  • If your call is not related to travel within the next 48 hours, please consider calling back later.
  • You can make a new booking or change an existing booking on emirates.com.
  • If you are calling to find out about travel requirements for your travel, please check the details on the travel requirements page. Our contact centre consultants also refer to this information.
  • If your flight has been cancelled or impacted by route suspensions due to COVID‑19 restrictions, you don’t need to call us immediately for rebooking. You can simply hold on to your Emirates ticket and when flights resume, get in touch with us, or your booking office to make new travel plans. Get all the information on the “Keep your ticket” option here.
  • To ensure you receive flight updates and notifications, please ensure you’ve provided us with your latest contact details under Manage Your Booking.

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