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Dubai’s Emirates will resume full operations in the United States this week

Dubai’s airline, Emirates, will restore all scheduled flights to all destinations in the United States by Saturday, January 22nd.

Meanwhile, the airline will resume Boeing 777 operations in Chicago, Dallas / Fort Worth, Miami, Newark, Orlando and Seattle from January 21st.

The directive gives telecommunications carriers a formal notice that delays the deployment of 5G networks around US airports, resulting in the US Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing lifting previous restrictions on aircraft operations. It was realized by issuing it.

However, Emirates services to Los Angeles, New York JFK, and Washington DC have not changed. Flights to Boston, Houston and San Francisco, where the airline temporarily deployed the A380 aircraft on January 20 and 21, will return to Boeing 777 operations on Saturday, January 22.

The airline has also deployed Boeing 777 freighters in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Columbus and Aguadiya, carrying exports and cargo such as food, life-saving medicine and medicines, the statement said.

The announcement to resume flights will be made within hours of the suspension of passenger flights to nine destinations in the United States.

read: Dubai’s Emirates suspends flights to nine US destinations

Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates, said: Safety has always been our number one priority and we never gamble in this regard. We welcome the latest developments that will allow us to reopen important transportation links to the United States to serve travelers and freight carriers. However, we are fully aware that this is a temporary grace and requires a long-term solution. Emirates will continue to work closely with aircraft manufacturers and relevant regulatory agencies to ensure the safety and continuity of our services. “

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