LONDON – Emirates will resume daily operations from Taipei-Dubai on November 6th following the conclusion of Taiwan’s reopening plan with the termination of its mandatory COVID-19 quarantine restrictions for arrivals.
Operated by a Boeing 777 aircraft, Emirates flight EK366 from Dubai departs at 02:50 am and arrives in Taipei at 14:45 pm.
The return flight EK367 from Taipei departs at 22:45pm and arrives in Dubai at 4:35 am the next day. All times are local.
The airline has increased its Taipei operations from four weekly flights to daily.
The additional flights will provide Emirates’s passengers with more connectivity and options to and from Taiwan.
Emirates commenced non-stop daily flights to Taipei in 2014 using a Boeing 777 aircraft.
Later in 2016, the service was upgraded to a daily two-class A380 flight.
Eligible travelers can visit Taiwan visa-free, and all inbound passengers are advised to undergo a seven-day self-health monitoring process.
Visitors arriving in Taiwan must take the COVID-19 PCR test right away.
“The airline has established a solid partnership with the market, which is underpinned by its contributions to the local community and air cargo transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“The return of Emirates’ operations to Taipei from the current 4 weekly to daily flights demonstrates the airline’s commitment to aid the market’s travel and tourism recovery and help drive inbound traffic by connecting travelers from over 130 destinations in its global network to the cosmopolitan city,” Emirates said in a statement.
More service increases
Already one of the biggest airlines in the world, Emirates is looking to expand its options further yet.
It means travelers commuting from Dubai have even more options, broadening the horizons of one of the world’s busiest transport hubs.
Apart from Taipei, Emirates has increased services on its flights to Singapore and Guangzhou. The airline has also deployed its flagship A380 aircraft to Seoul.
Emirates also plans to upgrade its Dubai-Narita route with its flagship A380 from November 15th, as well as introduce its signature First Class product on the Manila-Dubai route.
They will also split its Dubai-Kuala Lumpur-Auckland route into individual services and serve both cities individually.
This comes as many Asian countries have relaxed their entry restrictions in an effort to revive their local tourism sectors and return to business as usual.
Travelers flying with Emirates can enjoy the best experience in the sky with an unmatched culinary experience, regionally inspired multi-course menus developed by a team of award-winning chefs, and complemented by a wide selection of premium beverages.
Customers can sit back and relax with more than 5,000 channels of carefully curated global entertainment content featuring Taiwanese movies, TV shows, music, podcasts, games, audiobooks, and more with ice, Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment system.
With Emirates rapidly recovering from the pandemic, it has been increasing services to many of its routes in Asia and Europe and is expecting a full recovery by mid-2023.
With frequencies increasing, this means more job opportunities, such as cabin crew.
The airline has formed open days in the UK to give people the chance to realize their dream of traveling the world by joining the company’s cabin team.