Emirates and the EU

Connectivity supports economic development

Emirates began flying to the EU in 1987 and has since grown in a progressive manner, in line with demand, expanding service to both major and secondary cities across Europe. We fly more than 430 wide-body passenger flights and 58 all-cargo flights to and from the EU every week, and currently fly to 18 of the 28 Member States, including Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.

In 2015, Emirates commissioned a report from leading global research firm Frontier Economics to quantify the economic and jobs impact of our passenger and cargo operations in the EU.

Frontier’s report reaffirms that Emirates plays an important role in supporting EU jobs, growth, and economic development.

Read the executive summary, the full report, and the press release here:
Executive Summary (opens a PDF in the same page)
Full Report (opens a PDF in the same page)
Press Release (download the Word document)

Emirates has put together infographics and a video to showcase some of the key highlights of the Frontier Economics Report. View them below:

Emirates and the EU: Hey highlights of the Frontier Economics Report (opens a PDF in the same tab)Emirates’ Economic and Employment Impact in the EU in 2013-2014 (opens a PDF in the same tab)Emirates connections for passengers flying to and from the EU (opens a PDF in the same tab)
Liberalisation
A Shared Consumer Focus
A Commitment to Meeting the Environmental Challenge
Co-operation Based on Openness and Transparency