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Emirates launch route between Dubai and Orlando

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Emirates launch new daily direct flights to Orlando, Florida, the most visited area within the United States, The National reports.

This will be the airlines tenth route to the United States, with aims to encourage business and cultural exchanges between the two destinations.
 
Flying direct to Orlando will also act as a gateway to the Caribbean and central America for Emirate’s American partner JetBlue.
 

The mayor of Orlando, Buddy Dyer, said the new route “opens a new world of opportunity for Orlando to pursue tourism and business exchanges with the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Business and leisure tourism is critical to Central Florida’s economy and this new direct service will make it easier for travellers to get to and from Orlando, creating new jobs and opportunities for our residents.” 

 



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