The airline is ramping up UK operations to meet demand…

Emirates has announced that it has ramped up operations to Gatwick Airport with the addition of a third daily A380 flight. The airline stated it is scaling up its UK operations to meet demand.

The additional frequency will offer more than 1,000 seats to/from Gatwick to Dubai, every day.

Emirates flight EK11 will depart Dubai at 2.50am, EK15 at 7.40am and EK09 will depart at 2.25pm giving customers even more flexibility and travel choices.

Emirates currently serves the UK with 119 weekly flights in total across seven UK hubs. This includes six flights to London Heathrow; three flights to London Gatwick; a daily flight to London Stansted; three flights to Manchester; a double daily service to Birmingham; a daily flight to Newcastle; and a daily service to Glasgow.

Tickets can be purchased on, at Emirates Sales Offices via travel agents or through online travel agents.

Travelling soon? Emirates urges travellers to head to the airport early

The UAE and the region are gearing up for a super busy season. A high number of visitors are expected to leave and enter the country for the winter season, iconic sporting events, and the upcoming festive season.

Now that National Day is over, Emirates predicts the next surge of travellers exiting the country to be from December 16 onwards. Emirates has warned travellers of the busy travel period and has urged outbound passengers to arrive at the airport three hours before their flight. Emirates also advised passengers to take advantage of digital check-in, home and remote check-in options, smart gates and luggage drop-off services. Passengers will also be able to use the Emirates app to get updated flight information.

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