Emirates A380 A6-EDQ Munich Rescue Mission.

Following the technical issue encountered by sister A6-EDK yesterday, /Emirates A380 A6-EDQ positioned Dubai – Munich as EK7001 this morning in to operate yesterday’s delayed EK50 Munich – Dubai as EK50D.

Emirates A380 A6-EEK Enters Service.

Emirates A380 A6-EEK entered service this morning operating EK805 Dubai – Jeddah. The aircraft is in 14F/76J/399Y configuration with the lower deck crew rest area.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-ENL Delivered.

Emirates Boeing 777-31HER A6-ENL began its delivery flight today routing Paine Field – Dubai as EK777. This brings the Boeing 777-300ER fleet up to 90 aircraft.

Emirates A380 A6-EEK Delivered.

Emirates A380 A6-EEK was deliveried Finkenwerder – Dubai as EK7380 this evening. This brings the A380 fleet up to 36 aircraft.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-ENC Birmingham Rotation Delay.

Emirates Boeing 777-31HER A6-ENC was several hours late operating EK37 Dubai – Birmingham yesterday, meaning yesterday’s return EK38 was delayed until the early hours of this morning when it operated as EK38D.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-ENC Manila Rescue Mission.

Following the technical issue encountered yesterday by sister A6-ECZ, / Emirates Boeing 777-31HER A6-ENC positioned Dubai – Manila as EK7372 this morning in to operate yesterday’s delayed EK333 Manila – Dubai as EK333D.

Emirates Announces Taipei Service.

Emirates today announced a new 6 x weekly Dubai – Taipei 3 Class Boeing 777-300ER service to commence on 10th February 2014. Schedules are as follows:

EK366 Dubai 0020 – Taipei 1205 Saturdays
EK366 Dubai 0225 – Taipei 1430 Wednesdays
EK366 Dubai 0340 – Taipei 1525 Sundays
EK366 Dubai 0425 – Taipei 1615 Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurdays.

EK367 Taipei 2315 – Dubai 0510+1 Daily Except Fridays.

Emirates A330-200 A6-EKT Larnaca Rescue Mission.

Following the technical issue encountered by Boeing 777-21HER A6-EMJ, Emirates A330-200 A6-EKT positioned Dubai – Larnaca as EK3001 this evening and will then operated the delayed EK108 Larnaca – Dubai sector.

Emirates B777-200ER A6-EMJ Larnaca Technical Issue.

Emirates Boeing 777-21HER A6-EMJ operating EK107 Dubai – Larnaca – Malta arrived into Larnaca then encountered a technical issue which caused the cancellation of the EK107/EK108 Larnaca – Malta rotation.

Emirates A330-200 A6-EAO Algiers Rescue Mission.

Following the technical issue encountered by sister A6-EAF yesterday, Emirates A330-200 A6-EAO positioned Dubai – Algiers this morning as EK3725 in to operate yesterday’s delayed EK758 Algiers – Dubai as EK758D.

Emirates Announce Dubai – Sialkot Service.

Emirates today announced a 4 x weekly Dubai – Sialkot (Pakistan) service to commence on 5th November 2013. Flights will be operated by 2 Class A330-200s and operate to the following schedule:

EK620 Dubai 0415 – Sialkot 0820 Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays
EK621 Sialkot 0945 – Dubai 1235 Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-EBJ Resumes Nairobi Services.

Following the fire at Nairobi airport on 7th August, Emirates Boeing 777-36NER A6-EBJ resumed Emirates service on the Dubai – Nairobi route operating this morning’s EK719/EK720 rotation. This is normally operated by an A340-500.

08/08/13 Emirates Flight Cancellations.

The following Emirates flights did not operate today:

EK719 Dubai – Nairobi
EK720 Nairobi – Dubai
EK721 Dubai – Nairobi
EK722 Nairobi – Dubai.

Airport Fire Halts Nairobi Services.

A major fire originating in the International Arrivals hall of Nairobi airport caused the following Emirates flight cancellations today:

EK719/EK720 Dubai – Nairobi
EK720/EK721 Dubai – Nairobi.

It is not yet clear when Nairobi services will recommence.

Emirates A340-500 A6-ERC Returns from Nairobi.

Following the technical issue it encountered yesterday, Emirates A340-500 A6-ERC departed Nairobi this morning operating yesterday’s delayed EK720 Nairobi – Dubai as EK720D.

Emirates A380 A6-EDV Overnight Paris Delay.

Emirates A380 A6-EDV operated EK75 Dubai – Paris CDG today, /however the return EK76 has been delayed overnight. It is not clear whether this is due to a technical or a crew issue.