Which flights from the UAE are still operating with Emirates and Etihad

Dozens of routes suspended, but both airlines still flying to cities worldwide

Which flights from the UAE are still operating with Emirates and Etihad

Dubai’s Emirates Airline and Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways have both suspended flights to destinations around the world as a result of travel and immigration restrictions to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) worldwide.

So far, Emirates has suspended flights to these destinations:

Africa

Abidjan (via Accra): From 21 March to 20 May
Abuja: From 23 March until further notice
Accra: From 20 March to 21 May
Algiers: From 18 March to 20 May
Cairo: From 19 March to 30 June
Casablanca: From 16 March to 30 June
Conakry: From 22 March to 19 May
Dakar (via Conakry): From 22 March to 19 May
Durban: From 24 March to 20 May
Harare (via Lusaka): From 20 March to 20 May
Khartoum: From 18 March to 20 May
Lagos: From 23 March until further notice
Lusaka: From 20 March to 20 May
Luanda: From 22 March to 20 May
Tunis: From 18 March to 20 May
Dubai to Mauritius: From 20 March to 2 April. During this time, passengers can only travel from Mauritius to Dubai as directed by Mauritian authorities.

Americas

Buenos Aires (via Rio de Janeiro): From 25 March to 20 May
Chicago: From 27 March to 30 June
Fort Lauderdale: From 13 March to 30 June
Houston: From 27 March to 30 June
Mexico City (via Barcelona): From 20 March to 20 May
New York EWR: From 24 March until further notice
New York JFK: From 24 March until further notice
New York JFK – Milan: From 11 March to 20 May
New York EWR – Athens: From 13 March to 20 May
Orlando: From 24 March to 30 June
Rio de Janeiro: From 25 March to 20 May
San Francisco: From 29 March to 30 June
Santiago (via Rio de Janeiro): From 25 March to 20 May

Asia

Ahmedabad: From 23 March to 28 March
Bengaluru: From 23 March to 28 March
Chennai: From 22 March to 28 March
Colombo (via Male): From 23 March to 30 June
Delhi: From 22 March to 28 March
Dhaka: From 22 March to 31 March
Hyderabad: From 22 March to 28 March
Islamabad: From 22 March to until further notice
Kabul: From 26 March to 30 June
Karachi: From 22 March to until further notice
Kochi (Cochin): From 23 March to 28 March
Kolkata: From 23 March to 28 March
Lahore: From 22 March – until further notice
Mumbai: From 22 March to 28 March
Peshawar: From 22 March until further notice
Sialkot: From 22 March until further notice
Trivandrum: From 22 March to 28 March

Australasia

Adelaide: From 23 March to 20 May
Auckland (via Bali): From 29 March to 30 June
Brisbane: From 29 March to 30 June
Christchurch (via Sydney): From 29 March to 30 June
Melbourne (via Singapore): From 23 March to 20 May
Melbourne: From 29 March to 30 June

Europe

Athens: From 23 March to 30 June
Barcelona: From 20 March to 20 May
Bologna: From 13 March to 20 May
Brussels: From 26 March to 30 June
Budapest: From 13 March to 20 May
Düsseldorf: From 23 March to until further notice
Edinburgh: From 25 March to 30 June
Frankfurt: From 23 March to until further notice
Geneva: From 23 March to 30 June
Hamburg: From 23 March to until further notice
Istanbul (IST): From 17 March to 20 May
Istanbul (SAW): From 17 March to 20 May
Larnaca: From 17 March to 20 May
Lisbon: From 19 March to 30 April
London Stansted: From 25 March to 30 June
Lyon: From 23 March to until further notice
Madrid: From 18 March to 20 May
Malta (via Larnaca): From 17 March to 20 May
Milan: From 13 March to 20 May
Moscow: From 30 March to 30 June
Munich: From 23 March to until further notice
Newcastle: From 25 March to 30 June
Nice: From 23 March until further notice
Oslo: From 28 March to 30 June
Paris: From 23 March until further notice
Porto: From 17 March to 20 May
Prague: From 25 March – 30 June
Rome: From 14 March to 20 May
Saint Petersburg: From 30 March to 30 June
Stockholm: From 26 March to 30 June
Venice: From 12 March to 20 May
Vienna: From 23 March to 30 June
Warsaw: From 15 March to 20 May

Far East

Bali: From 29 March to 30 June
Bangkok – Hong Kong: From 9 March to 20 May
Cebu: From 29 March to 30 June
Guangzhou: From 5 February to 30 April
Hanoi: From 23 March to 30 June
Ho Chi Minh: From 25 March to 30 June
Osaka: From 26 March to 30 June
Phnom Penh (via Bangkok): From 29 March to 30 June
Phuket: From 29 March to 30 June
Shanghai: From 5 February to 30 April
Taipei: From 16 March to 20 May
Dubai – Hanoi: From 18 March to 22 March. During this time, passengers can only travel from Hanoi to Dubai as directed by Vietnamese authorities.
Dubai – Ho Chi Minh: From 18 March to 24 March. During this time, passengers can only travel from Ho Chi Minh to Dubai as directed by Vietnamese authorities.

Middle East

Amman: From 17 March to 30 April
Baghdad: From 17 March to 30 April
Basra: From 17 March to 30 April
Beirut: From 17 March to 30 April
Dammam: From 9 March to 30 April
Jeddah: From 16 March to 30 April
Kuwait City: From 14 March to 30 April
Medina: From 5 March to 30 April
Muscat: From 22 March to 5 April
Riyadh: From 16 March to 30 April
Tehran: From 26 February to 30 April

These are the destinations Emirates is still operating flights to:
Addis Ababa, Amsterdam, Bahrain, Beijing, Birmingham, Boston, Cape Town, Copenhagen, Dallas, Dar Es Salaam, Dublin, Entebbe, Glasgow, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, London (select airports), Los Angeles, Malé, Manchester, Manila, Nairobi, Perth, São Paulo, Seattle, Seoul, Seychelles, Singapore, Sydney, Thiruvananthapuram, Tokyo, Toronto, Washington, Yangon, Zagreb, Zürich.

Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways has announced temporary changes to flight routes from the UAE capital to the rest of the world.

Changes are effectively now (except where stated otherwise below). Passengers facing flight cancellations are being informed that procedures are in place for refunds or for flight changes when services resume.

Those seeking refunds or changes are asked to refrain from contacting Etihad’s customer care centre unless their flight is scheduled in the next 48 hours.

Passengers scheduled to travel in the next few days will be treated as the priority.

Here are all the routes that have been temporarily suspended:

Africa

• Cairo: All flights suspended from March 20 to April 30.
• Casablanca: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Khartoum: All flights suspended from March 18 to April 30.
• Nairobi: All flights suspended from March 19 to April 30.
• Rabat: All flights suspended from April 30.

Asia

• Ahmedabad: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Bangalore: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Calcutta: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Chengdu: All flights suspended until further notice.
• Chennai: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Cochin: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Colombo: reduced to twice-daily from Match 29 to April 30.
• Delhi: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Hong Kong: All flights suspended until June 30.
• Hyderabad: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Mumbai: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Nagoya: All flights suspended until June 30.
• Shanghai: All flights suspended until March 28.
• Trivandrum: All flights suspended until March 28.

Europe

• Barcelona: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Baku: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Belgrade: All flights suspended from March 20 to April 30.
• Geneva: All flights suspended from March 19 to April 30.
• Istanbul: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Madrid: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Milan: All flights are suspended until April 30.
• Moscow: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Rome: All flights suspended until April 30, some flights until June 30.

Middle East

• Amman: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Beirut: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Dammam: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Jeddah: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Kuwait:  All flights suspended until March 31.
• Medina: All flights suspended until April 30.
• Riyadh: All flights suspended until April 30.

Here’s where you can still fly to from Abu Dhabi with Etihad but with changes to flight frequency.

Asia

• Bangkok: Reduced from three-times daily to twice-daily from April 1 to 02 May.
• Jakarta: Reduced from twice-daily to once-daily from March 18 to June 30.
• Male: Reduced to daily flights until April 30.
• Manila: All flights suspended from March 18 to 30.
• Seoul: Reduced from daily to four weekly flights operating on Tuedays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from March 30 to April 30.
• Singapore: Reduced from daily to four-times weekly on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from April 1 to 30.
• Tokyo: Reduced from daily to four-times weekly on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Sundays from April 1 to 30.

Europe

• Athens: Reduced from daily flights to four-weekly flights on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays from April 1 to April 30.
• Nur-Sultan: Reduced to one flight per week from March 19 to 31, then suspended from April 1 to April 30.

Middle East

• Bahrain: Reduced from three-daily flights to daily flights until March 31, increasing to twice-daily from April 1 to 30.
• Muscat: Reduced from three-daily flights to twice-daily flights until April 30.

Here are the unaffected flights with Etihad from Abu Dhabi:

Alexandria, Amsterdam, Beijing, Brisbane, Brussels, Chicago, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Islamabad, Johannesburg, Kathmandu, Khozikode, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos, Lahore, Heathrow, Los Angeles, Manchester, Melbourne, Minsk, Munich, New York, Paris, Phuket, Singapore, Sydney, Vienna, Washington DC, Zurich

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