Dubai’s premiere airline, Emirates, is gearing up for a bustling Eid al-Fitr holiday season with an expanded flight schedule across the MENA region.

Anticipating over 150,000 travellers during the break, the airline has announced 19 additional flights to cater to the surge in demand. These extra flights will primarily focus on key destinations such as Jeddah, Beirut, Amman, and Kuwait.


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Passengers can expect enhanced connectivity with seven additional flights to Jeddah, offering more flexibility for those traveling to Dubai, London, the Maldives, Colombo, and Karachi from April 7 to April 13.

Recognizing the importance of families reuniting post-Ramadan, Emirates will also add four more flights to Amman and two to Beirut, facilitating smoother journeys for holidaymakers.

Moreover, Emirates’ flight schedule to Bahrain will see an increase to 22 weekly flights, starting from May 2, in response to heightened travel demand. Expatriate communities in the United Arab Emirates will benefit from enhanced connections to cities like Hyderabad, Sialkot, and Peshawar, particularly from Kuwait.

In-flight, passengers will be treated to a specially curated Eid Al Fitr menu featuring tantalizing dishes such as chicken biryani, lamb kibbeh labanieh, machbous, and delectable desserts like vanilla and rose mousse cake, ensuring a memorable culinary experience for travellers departing from Dubai.

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