MIAMI – Emirates (EK) has announced plans to launch flights to Clark with operations starting from August 1. This sees the carrier boost its global network to 68 destinations for the month.
The launch also allows EK to connect its customers to Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, and Africa.
The resumption of flights to Clark means EK will now operate with scheduled service to two gateways in the Philippines. The service to Manila began on June 11.
Emirate’s network of destinations in Southeast and East Asia has now reached to 13 across ten countries and territories.
Emirates Clark-Dubai Route Schedule
The route to Clark will operate on a six-weekly basis. Flights between Clark and Dubai will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays as EK2520.
The flight departs Dubai at 02:55 local time and arrives at Clark International Airport at 15:45 local time. EK338 will in turn depart Clark at 17:15 local time and arrives in Dubai at 21:40 local time.
Flights to Clark on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays will operate as EK2572. These will depart Dubai at 04:50 local time and arrive in Clark at 17:40 local time.
On the same days, the return flights to Dubai, operating as EK338, will depart Clark at 19:10 local time to arrive in Dubai at 23:35 local time.
Emirates Expand Its Routes and Services
Emirates plans to open Dubai to the world, with the carrier wanting to continue to provide customers with business and leisure travel options around the world.
In what is a world’s first, EK is offering to cover customers from COVID-19 expenses. If passengers fall ill during the traveling process, the airline will offer them significant insurance cover.
The airline has said it will cover medical expenses up to €150,000 as well as quarantine costs for up to €100 per day for 14 days if the passenger has been diagnosed with the virus.
The carrier wants passengers to travel with comfort and ease knowing that it will cover all related medical expenses if diagnosed with COVID-19 curing their travel.
Featured image: Emirates three-class Boeing 777-300ER. Photo: Emirates.