Emirates restarts flights to London Stansted

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Emirates has resumed passenger services to Stansted (STN), serving its third London gateway with a daily flight.

The airline has advanced plans to increase capacity from five-weekly services to a daily flight, starting Monday.

With the return of services to Stansted, the Dubai-based carrier has ramped up its operations to London with nine daily flights, including six daily flights to Heathrow and a double daily flight to Gatwick.

The added services will meet market demand and offer customers more travel choices and enhanced connectivity this summer.

Flight EK65 will depart Dubai at 08:50 am and arrive in London Stansted at 01:30 pm local time.

The return flight, EK68 will depart Stansted at 09:10 pm and arrive in Dubai at 07:10 am local time, the following day.

London Stansted remains a key hub for the airline’s passenger and cargo operations.

The daily service will offer customers in East and Southeast UK more travel options and flexibility.

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