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Emirates Announced To Resume It’s Flights to Newark via Athens

The UAE based Emirates airlines has announced to resume its services in Newark from 1st June 2021,  while providing its customers an additional access point to Newyork Metro Politian Area. The addition of Newark sums up the number of Emirates to 10 destinations in the states as the resumption of flights continues.

On the list to resume services on 2nd March, Emirates includes its flight to Seattle, Boston, Chicago, Houston,  Los Angeles, New York JFK, Washington DC, Dallas and San Francisco following Newark via Athens from 1st June.

Emirates adds a few steps in making the travelers of the United States convenient and offering them a comfortable connection towards the Middle East, Africa, and West Asia through Dubai. 

“Emirates flight EK209 will depart Dubai at 1050hrs, arriving in Athens at 1500hrs before departing again at 1735hrs and arriving at Newark Liberty International Airport at 2120hrs on the same day. The return flight EK210 will depart Newark at 2355hrs arriving in Athens at 1605hrs the next day. EK210 will depart once again from Athens the next day at 1805hrs bound for Dubai where it will arrive at 2335hrs (all times are local)” – Emirates published at its official website.

Meanwhile, Emirates three-class Boeing 777-300ER will operate the Dubai-Athens-Newark flights regularly as the double-daily flights from Emirates to New York (JSF) remains as it is. Also, this flight route: Dubai-Athens-Newark will open up tourism flow throughout the year between Greece and the US. This can facilitate trades, boost tourism and also be valuable to customers with the options: choice and convenience. Shortly, Emirates can also increase the number of flights to the Greek Capital, and Athens to support the recently launched service.

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