Emirates has announced that it will resume non-stop services to three US airports, including Seattle from 1 February and Dallas and San Francisco from 2 March.
The carrier will offer continuous connectivity to these airports from Dubai.
The additional destinations will bring Emirates’ North American network to ten destinations after the resumption of services to Boston, Chicago, Toronto, Washington DC, Houston, Los Angeles, and New York JFK airports.
Flights to / from San Francisco Airport and Seattle Airport will run four times a week while flights to / from Dallas Airport will operate three times a week.
The airline said that it will also introduce additional flights to New York, Los Angeles and São Paulo airports.
From 1 February, the airline will start running daily flights to Los Angeles (LAX) and two daily flights to John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York.
The airline informed that through codeshare agreements with Alaskan and Jetblue Airlines, it also offers access to other US cities.
Furthermore, Emirates will expand its South American network with the introduction of a fifth weekly flight to São Paulo, commencing from 5 February.
Through codeshare partnership with GOL and interline agreements with Azul and LATAM, the carrier offers access to nearly 24 other cities in Brazil.
In October 2020, Emirates launched an integrated biometric path at Dubai International Airport (DXB) to provide a contactless airport experience to passengers.
Emirates has resumed operations across its network and is presently serving 114 destinations across six continents.