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40440 08 Jun 2021

Emirates Resumes its Services in France

Restarts flights to Nice and Lyon as the country reopens for quarantine-free travel.

The airline will resume services to Nice and Lyon, serving each gateway with four weekly flights

Ease in entry requirements means fully vaccinated UAE citizens and residents can expect quarantine free travel to France from tomorrow


Dubai, UAE, 8 June 2021 Emirates will resume flights from Dubai to Nice from 2 July and Lyon from 9 July, initially offering 4 flights a week to each city.The move is in line with France easing its entry requirements for visitors, starting tomorrow, 9 June. The lifting of entry restrictions will enable travellers based in the UAE to visit France without the need for quarantine.

From tomorrow, Emirates customers in the UAE are eligible for quarantine-free entry into France if they have completed the two-week period after taking both doses of thePfizer/BioNTech or AstraZeneca vaccine. In addition, fully vaccinated customers must also holdanegativeCOVID-19 PCR-RT valid for 72 hours prior to departure, or a Rapid Antigen testresult in no more than 48 hours old. For more details on entry requirements to France, customers can check thetravel requirementspage on

Emirates will serve both Nice and Lyon with its modern and comfortable widebody Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.Emirates flight EK077 will depart Dubai to Nice on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Sundays, at 0845hrs, arriving at NiceCote d'AzurAirport at 1340hrs. The return flight, EK078, will depart Nice at 1555hrs arriving in Dubai at 0010hrs the next day. Emirates flight EK081 will depart Dubai to Lyon on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and Sundays, at 1435hrs, arriving atLyonSaint Exupery Airportat 1930hrs. The return flight, EK082, will depart Lyon at 2145hrs arriving in Dubai at 0605hrs the next day.

Emirates currently operates 14 weekly flights to/from Paris, flying its customer favourite and flagship A380, fitted with its latest premium economy product and refreshed products across every cabin.

As more international destinations begin easing their entry restrictions, Emirates will expand its services to provide more choice and convenience for customers who can now plan travel to more than 30 cities in 19 countries across the Emirates network that have opened their doors for tourism and business, quarantine free.

Emirates remains focused on taking the stress out of travel, and has led the industry in protecting the health of its customers to ensure a feeling of safety and confidence when deciding to fly. Emirates customers travel with the assurance that the latesthealth and safety measuresare in place at every step of the journey. The airline has also recently introducedcontactless technologyto ease customers through Dubai airport.

Emirates continues to lead the industry with innovative products and services that address traveller needs during a dynamic time. Recently the airline took its customer care initiatives even further witheven more generous and flexible booking policies, an extension of itsmulti-risk insurance cover,and helping loyal customersretain their miles and tier status.

To book flights,, travel agent or the local Emirates Sales Office.


About Emirates:

The Emirates story started in 1985 when we launched operations with just two aircraft. Today, we fly the worlds biggest fleets of Airbus A380s and Boeing 777s, offering our customers the comforts of the latest and most efficient wide-body aircraft in the skies.

We inspire travelers around the world with our growing network of worldwide destinations, industry leading inflight entertainment, regionally inspired cuisine, and world-class service.