SINGAPORE, 31 January 2018: Emirates will add two flights weekly to both Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, resuming daily services to the two US airports, a move that the airline says reflects the steady rebound in customer demand.
Daily flights from Dubai to Orlando serve family travellers heading for the amusement parks in Orlando.
Fort Lauderdale, on the southeast coast of Florida, is famous for its beaches and boating. It is also a homeport for major cruise lines sailing the Caribbean.
Travellers looking to travel beyond Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to destinations in the US, Caribbean and Latin America can tap Emirates’ codeshare partnership with JetBlue Airways that offers connection options to over 38 cities in the US and six destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America, including Barbados, Cancun and Santiago.
Emirates serves 12 points in the US and boasts a global route network of over 150 cities in over 80 countries and territories.
From Singapore, Emirates operates five daily flights to Dubai, where travellers can connect onward to the Americas and Europe.