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Emirates and Neste expand partnership for sustainable aviation fuel supply

Emirates and Neste expanded their partnership by solidifying their collaboration for the supply of over 3 million gallons of blended Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel in 2024 and 2025. SAF, which will be blended with conventional jet fuel, will be supplied over the course of 2024 and 2025 for Emirates’ flights departing from Amsterdam Schiphol and Singapore Changi airports. This&n...

Emirates & Shell Aviation sign agreement for SAF supply at airline Dubai hub

Emirates announced an agreement with Shell Aviation for the supply of over 300,000 gallons of blended SAF for use at the airline’s international hub in Dubai (DXB). The first SAF delivery under the agreement is expected to commence before the end of the year, making it the first time that SAF is supplied through the DXB airport fuelling system. The agreement is the latest step forw...

Emirates achieves IATA environmental assessment certification

Emirates has reinforced its commitment to environmentally responsible practices by achieving IATA Environmental Assessment Stage One and the IEnvA Illegal Wildlife Trade module certifications. The IEnvA system is an industry-leading and comprehensive environmental management system and Emirates has implemented Stage One of its core scope comprising flight operations, corporate activities...

Emirates marks one of its busiest summers ever

Emirates marks one of its busiest summers ever, carrying over 14 million passengers with average seat load factors exceeding 80% across its global network between June and August. Looking at the coming months, Emirates’ booking trends show unabated demand for international travel across its network. Destination Dubai remained popular amongst travellers, even during the summer month...

Emirates and Air Canada expand codeshare partnership to flights to and from Montréal

Emirates codeshare partnership with Air Canada has extended to include flights to and from Montréal, following the launch of services to Québec’s largest city in July. Emirates customers will now be able to plan travel between 11 of the most popular domestic points beyond Montréal and destinations on Emirates’ expansive network, utilising the services of both airli...

Emirates celebrates 20 Years of flying to Aotearoa

20 years of Emirates flying to New Zealand, as the airline celebrates amid its strongest presence in the market to date. On 2 August 2003, Emirates launched its first service from New Zealand, marked by two inaugural flights - the first via Sydney on a Boeing 777-300ER and the second on an A330 from Melbourne. Onboard one flight was Emirates’ Chairman and Chief Executive, HH Sheikh Ahme...

Emirates arrives in Québec’s cultural capital Montréal

Emirates made a landmark touchdown in Montréal, marking the start of its scheduled services to its second gateway in Canada. The inaugural flight was operated with a Boeing 777 aircraft, which will offer premium passenger services on its daily services to the city. Emirates now serves Canada with 14 flights per week. Flight EK243 arrived at Montréal Pierre Elliot Trudeau Interna...

All Emirates passengers can now avail of free Wi-Fi connectivity onboard

A recent enhancement to Emirates’ inflight connectivity means that all Emirates passengers in every class of travel can enjoy some form of free connectivity once they sign up to Emirates Skywards. The development has resulted in an additional 30,000 Economy Class passengers connecting to complimentary onboard Wi-Fi every week. Emirates has constantly been at the forefront of inflig...