Emirates will resume three more of its US routes in the coming weeks. The Gulf carrier’s nonstop flights to Seattle will restart Feb. 1, with flights to Dallas and San Francisco launching March 2.
The San Francisco flights will operate four times weekly aboard a 777-300ER, while Seattle will be served four times weekly and Dallas three times weekly, both using 777-200LR aircraft.
In addition, the carrier announced that, beginning Feb. 1, it is increasing its frequencies to New York JFK to twice daily and upping its Los Angeles service to daily. Emirates currently also offers North American services to Boston, Chicago, Houston, Toronto and Washington, DC.
A fifth weekly flights is also being added to the carrier’s Sao Paulo service beginning Feb. 5.
The Emirates announcement follows news that rival Qatar Airways is moving up the launch of its new Seattle service to Jan. 29. Qatar Airways also launched a new route to San Francisco in December.
Emirates has gradually been rebuilding its network since the onset of COVID-19, and currently serves 114 destinations across six continents.