Emirates to restart flights to London Gatwick in December.

Emirates will resume flights to London’s Gatwick Airport from December 10, in response to the easing of restrictions on international travel.

The airline will resume services to its second gateway to London with a daily flight operated by Boeing 777 aircraft.

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The addition of London Gatwick Airport to flight schedules in December will restore Emirates’ UK operations to six gateways, alongside the six times daily A380 London Heathrow service; double daily A380 flights to Manchester, ten weekly service to Birmingham, daily service to Glasgow, and four weekly service to Newcastle.

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By the end of December, the airline will offer 84 weekly flights to the UK, making it easier for UK customers to access Emirates, and for international travellers to visit the UK.

“We’re very pleased to resume Emirates flights to and from London Gatwick, offering more ways for people and businesses to connect with our ever growing global network. With the UK simplifying travel and accepting international vaccination certificates, we’ve seen a big surge in demand as people have been a lot more confident in booking trips for the coming months”, Adnan Kazim, Emirates’ Chief Commercial Officer commented.

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