Emirates to add Moscow and Casablanca back to its network - Kevin Marshall

It seems Emirates is continuing to grow its network, with the airline adding another two destinations back to its network – with Moscow and Casablanca returning to the network.

Emirates Boeing 777-300ER - Dublin Airport

Emirates Boeing 777-300ER at Dublin Airport – Image, Economy Class and Beyond


The airline has already returned to Moscow at the time of writing, with a twice-weekly service starting on the 11th of September.

The move will increase Emirates to 26 destinations in Europe, allowing Emirates’ global customers with more travel options to Europe, and customers in Russia with renewed connections to the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa via Dubai.

Planned operation is as follows:

EK 133 DEPART DXB 10:10 ARRIVE DME 14:25 Fridays
EK 134 DEPART DME 17:35 ARRIVE DXB 22:35 Fridays EK 131 DEPART DHX 16:15 ARRIVE DME 20:30 Saturdays
EK 132 DEPART DME 23:20 arrivE DXB 05:30+1 Saturdays Commences: 11th September
Booked as above
Booked Equipment: Emirates Boeing 7770-300ER


Casablanca will return to the Emirates network from the >18th of September, >operating three-times a week.
This will boost the Emirates network to 14 destinations on the African continent.

Planned operation is as follows:

EK752 DEPART CMN 14:45 ARRIVE DXB 01:15+1 Commences 18th September 2020 Operates Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
Booked Equipment: Boeing 777-300ER 

Both flights will be utilising Emirates version of the Boeing 777-300ER on these routes.

Tickets are available from the Emirates site, as well as through travel agents.

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