Luanda — The United Arab Emirates airline, Emirates, said Thursday it would resume flights to Angola (Luanda) as of 1 October.
The information is on the company's official Facebook page, where it said flights to 15 African cities, including Luanda, and 87 cities in the global network would resume.
"We are pleased to return to Luanda, Angola, with weekly passenger services, as of 1 October, increasing our African network to 15 cities and the global network to 87 cities," reads the Emirates post.
The Emirates plans, in a first phase, to carry out one flight per week (Thursday).
Flight EK793 will leave Dubai at 09:45, and is scheduled to arrive in Luanda at 14:00.
EK794 will leave Luanda at 18.25 and will arrive in Dubai at 05.10 the next day.
The company suspended its commercial flights on 25 March, due to the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic.
With the suspension of commercial flights, the Emirates was also forccored to temporarily close offices around the world.