Urgent notice Emirates Airlines to open new lines for travel
The first passenger aircraft operated by Emirates Airlines departed today from Dubai International Airport and arrived in Quebec City, the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec. As of today, Quebec City will serve as the airline's second gate in the country of Canada.
And 339 passengers traveled on Emirates flight EK243 from Dubai Airport, including a delegation of Emirates Airlines officials, as the new daily service to Montreal enhances Emirates Airlines' seven weekly flights to Toronto and connects the carrier's network in North America to 14 destinations, for a total of 18 destinations across the Americas. in addition, the new service to Montreal enhances Emirates Airlines' seven weekly flights to Dubai, which is located in the United Arab Emirates.
The service satisfies the demand for travel from customers for work and tourism, in addition to visiting family and friends of Canadians who live and work in the United Arab Emirates, by providing a convenient connection to Canada via Dubai for travelers coming from locations such as Lebanon, India, Iran, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, and South Africa. In addition, the direct service between Dubai and Montreal satisfies the demand for travel from customers coming to Canada for these purposes.
During the fiscal year 2022-2023, the Emirates Airlines Group made record earnings of 10.9 billion dirhams, which is equivalent to around $2.97 billion US dollars. These profits are the greatest they have ever been in the company's history.
Both Emirates Airlines and Dnata experienced record increases in revenue, marking a complete turnaround from the losses they incurred the previous year. This was a direct result of the growth of air transport and travel operations that occurred after practically all limitations relating to the pandemic were lifted in different regions of the world.