Emirates airline, one of the world’s biggest long-haul carriers, has begun cutting staff as it looks to sustain its business activities amid a global slowdown in travel due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to media reports.
📉 "Financially, 2020 will go down as the worst year in the history of #aviation"— IATA (@IATA) June 9, 2020
IATA's new financial outlook shows that airlines are expected to lose $84.3 billion this year due to the #COVID19 crisis.
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We’re spreading our wings wider. From 15 June, we will offer flights for passengers to 29 cities, enabling safe and efficient connections between North America, Europe, Asia and Australia through @DXB. #FlyEmiratesFlyBetter https://t.co/tPl5JiiNFM pic.twitter.com/8g4JJ40qxd— Emirates Airline (@emirates) June 7, 2020
Emirates destinations amid coronavirus
Emirates has received approvals to carry passengers on flights to Kabul in Afghanistan starting from 25 June, taking the total number of destinations currently offered to travellers to 30. #FlyEmiratesFlyBetter https://t.co/VeCuUA0fDA pic.twitter.com/CChB9Rvj94— Emirates Airline (@emirates) June 9, 2020