Emirates is offering more flights across seven cities in the GCC and the Middle East as Eid al-Fitr approaches.
The airline is ramping up its schedule by adding 22 flights and laying on additional seats, with the deployment of both A380s and Boeing 777s between 28 April and 8 May; to the four cities it serves in Saudi Arabia, in addition to Kuwait, Beirut and Amman.
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In Saudi Arabia, Emirates will be laying on two additional flights on 2nd and 8th May; to serve demand in and out of Riyadh.
In Jeddah, the airline will add five flights served by its Boeing 777, and will be upgrading one of its existing flights to an A380; becoming a full operation of the aircraft.
Madinah will also be served with four additional flights, and travelers from Dammam will have the option of one additional flight on April 28; when they begin their holidays.