Emirates announced it will continue passenger services to Guinea's Conakry and Senegal's Dakar cities, increasing the number of cities it serves in Africa to eight.
Emirates announced that as of September 3, it will continue passenger services to the cities of Conakry in Guinea and Dakar in Senegal, increasing the number of cities it serves in Africa to eight. Flights from Dubai to Conakry and Dakar will be operated on Emirates Boeing 777-300ER aircraft as connecting flights, which will operate twice a week.
With connecting flights between Conakry and Dakar, Emirates' growing flight network has reached 77 cities, improving its passengers with a single stop in Dubai for both departures and arrivals, especially with destinations in the Middle East, West Asia, Europe, the entire Americas and the Far East. will provide global connectivity.
As Dubai reopens its doors to international business and leisure visitors, travelers can stop in the city and tour the city -19 PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) tests to Dubai (and UAE), including UAE citizens, residents and tourists, regardless of their country of origin. It is compulsory for all passengers arriving and transiting.
Hibya News Agency