Dubai National Fleet, to Enhance Services to New York JFK

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Dubai National Fleet, to Enhance Services to New York JFK

Emirates Airline officially declared that by March 2015, there will be four (4)  daily service flights from its home and headquarter Dubai International Airport to John F. Kennedy global Airport in New York, United States of America.
The new service flight EK 207, will leave Dubai at 14:50 hours and arrive in JFK at 20:35 hours while EK 208 will depart JFK at 16:30 hours and arrive in Dubai at 13:15 the following day.
This development will allow passengers the appliance of an afternoon departure from both Dubai and New York, to match the existent morning and evening departures of Emirates Airline’s present three services.
“New York is one of our busiest and most popular routes in the United States. Adding this 4th service will give our traveler yet more choice of connectivity when flying from any part of our international network, in particular the Far East and South Asia. Once in the US, our partnership with JetBlue adds yet more seamless connectivity onto their network of 65 terminuses from JFK”, says Emirates Airline in a press statement.
Traveler from New York will be able to enjoy commodious relations to terminuses such as Johannesburg, Nairobi, India and many cities on Emirates’ Middle East system with connection time of under 4 hours.
As New York’s homeland Airline, “we are charmed to see Emirates carry on enhancing at our major base of operations with this 4th daily service. Emirates are an important partner for JetBlue, providing our shared customers with tall standards of service across an unbelievable network,” as published.
An emirate 1st flew to New York in June 2004 and since then has flown over 4.5 mn travelers on the way. It presently operates 2 other nonstop services between DXB and JFK operate by A380 aircraft and one service which ways via Milan, operated by a Boeing 777.
Travelers travelling on 1st Class and Business Class on Emirates-operated flights, as well as Skywards Platinum and Gold members, can avail the entrée to the Emirates Lounge at JFK.

Mohamed Dekkak