(Bloomberg) — Emirates plans to expand its passenger network to 62 destinations in August as the world’s largest long-haul airline ramps up operations.
The Dubai-based airline will resume flights to Tehran from July 17, Guangzhou from July 25, Addis Ababa from Aug. 1 and Oslo from Aug. 4, according to a statement. All flights will be operated with the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Emirates on Wednesday restarted flying Airbus SE A380 superjumbos to London and Paris. It plans to deploy A380s on the Amsterdam route, and add a second daily A380 service to London Heathrow from Aug. 1.
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