Emirates Airline will be deploying its A380 aircraft to Guangzhou, China from August 8.
The Dubai-based airline has also restarted its A380 operations to Amsterdam and Cairo this week and has introduced a second daily A380 service to London Heathrow.
This means that the carrier has resumed services using its iconic aircraft to five cities, and it will work on gradually introducing more in the future.
Customers can currently fly the Emirates A380 daily to Amsterdam, four times a week to Cairo, twice daily to London Heathrow, once daily to Paris, and once weekly to Guangzhou, from next Saturday.
Over the past week, the airliner has also resumed flights from Dubai to Addis Ababa, Clark, Dar es Salaam, Nairobi, Prague, São Paulo, Stockholm and Seychelles.
It is gradually expanding its passenger services to 68 cities throughout August, which means that Emirates will be returning flights to 50% of its pre-pandemic destinations.
Emirates to deploy its flagship @Airbus A380 to Guangzhou from 8 August. Emirates has also resumed A380 services to Amsterdam @Schiphol and Cairo this week, along with a second daily A380 flight to London @HeathrowAirport. https://t.co/uvfB4aLvO9 #FlyEmiratesFlyBetter pic.twitter.com/DuqI2Bfkks— Emirates Airline (@emirates) August 3, 2020