Emirates would be adding flights to Cairo and Tunis (from July 1), Glasgow (from July 15) and Malé (from July 16), the airlines announced on Monday.
This brings the airline’s total network to 52 destinations in July, as Emirates slowly builds up destinations following a period of closure due to the coronavirus.
The airline said in a statement that flights could be booked online, but warned that from the UAE, only Tunisian nationals and permanent residents of Tunisia would be able to travel to Tunis. However, travelers originating from other countries would be able to transit via Dubai to and from the country.
Starting July 7, travellers will be able to visit Dubai for business or leisure following the easing of coronavirus restrictions last week.
Travellers must comply with preventative measures. Individuals visiting Dubai are required to present an international health insurance policy that covers coronavirus illness, their recent COVID-19 test results and a completed health declaration form.
The UAE suspended all passenger and transit flights to and from the country on March 23 in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.