Airline now offers 201 weekly flights to Middle East destinations
Dubai-based carrier Emirates Airline will increase its flights to Amman and Doha starting from 1 December.
Emirates will now add an extra three flights a week to Amman bringing the number of weekly flights to the Jordanian capital to 17.
The airline will also add one flight to its Doha route meaning a total of 35 flights a week will now go to the Qatari capital. Emirates now offers 201 flights each week to Middle East destinations.
This is the fourth time this year that the airline has increased flights to Middle East destinations.
In July, Emirates added 12 flights to Kuwait, Damascus, Sana’a, Amman and Doha.
The carrier said it would also be adding a further 17 flights to destinations in the Asia Pacific region in December and early 2010.