Emirates Welcomes 70-100 Pilots Returning Every Month as Airbus A380 Operations Resumes On Certain Routes

Emirates’ Pilots who were put on leave due to the Covid-19 pandemic are now being brought back to the airline, averaging to about 70-100 per month. The airline is now gearing up for the increasing demand for air travel and resumes operations of the Airbus A380.

According to Simple Flying, some of the upcoming plans of Emirates for its fleet of A380 include a return to Sydney and Melbourne later this year and to Mauritius in August. There are plans to fly the A380 to Australia by this coming December, but there is no indication as to whether a return to Brisbane and Perth is possible or not.

Emirates, for its July schedule for the A380, will operate on 16 routes. Seven (7) destinations have been recently added including Rome, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Munich.

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