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Emirates issues over $517 million in refunds, more reimbursements expected
Dubai-based carrier Emirates has processed nearly 650,000 refunds amounting to over $517 million over the past two months while operating a decreased number of flights on a limited network.
According to Chief Commercial Officer Adnan Kazim, Emirates, one of the world’s biggest long-haul airlines, will process more than 500,000 additional refunds in the next two months.
To expand its list to over 52 destinations in July, Emirates Airlines will add passenger flights to Cairo, Tunis, Glasgow, and Malé
However, passengers traveling to Tunis from the UAE should be Tunisian nationals or permanent residents.
Additional flights are also expected to London Heathrow, Manchester, Paris, Zurich, Madrid, Frankfurt, New York JFK, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Dublin, Toronto, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
This week, the airline announced additional flights to Khartoum, Amman, Osaka, Narita, Athens, Larnaca, and Rome.