Emirates Airlines announces the resumption of flights from its Dubai hub to Luanda, Angola, from October 1.
The Boeing 777-300ER flights to Luanda will initially be operated once a week, on Thursdays. Emirates flight EK793 will depart Dubai at 9.45am and arrive in Luanda at 2.30pm, while flight EK794 will depart Luanda at 6.15pm to land in Dubai the next morning at 5.10am Tickets can be from ores and already be booked on the emirates.com website, the Emirates app, at Emirates sales offices or through travel agencies.
The Dubai airline is thus continuing to gradually restore its African network, Luanda being its 15th reopened service in Africa -Lusaka, Dakar, Conakry, Abidjan, Accra, Addis Ababa, Dar-Es-Salaam, Khartoum, Cairo, Nairobi, Tunis, Mahé, etc.
Passengers from Paris to Africa can also stop over in Dubai, the city being open to business travelers and tourists from all over the world. To ensure everyone's safety, Covid-19 PCR testing is mandatory for all passengers arriving in Dubai (and the United Arab Emirates) or transiting through Dubai, including Emirati citizens, residents and tourists. whatever their country of origin.
Flexibility and assurance
Emirates booking policies give customers the flexibility and confidence to plan their trip. Customers who purchase an Emirates ticket before September 30, 2020 for travel completed on or before November 30, 2020, may benefit from generous re-booking terms and options, should they need to change their travel plans due to unexpected restrictions on flights or travel related to the Covid-19 outbreak, or when booking a Flex or Flex plus fare.
Covid-19 PCR test
Emirates customers who need a negative Covid-19 test result certificate before their departure from Dubai can benefit from preferential rates at the American Hospital and its satellite clinics in Dubai, upon presentation of their ticket or boarding pass. Home or office tests are also available, with results within 48 hours.