Emirates is back in the game at Roland-Garros 2020 as the Official Airline and Premium Partner of the French Open tournament.
With the resumption of its daily flights to Paris and the return of the iconic A380 to French skies, Emirates is committed to offer customers in France the best experiences in flight and on the ground.
Roland-Garros is the premier clay court event in the world of tennis and Emirates looks forward to be #BackIntheGame and in the skies. As the world slowly recovers, the airline is proud to stand alongside Roland-Garros to share and grow the passion for sports and bring communities together, the airline said.
As the Official Airline of Roland-Garros, Emirates has been a long-standing partner of the French Open since 2013 and has become a Premium Partner of the Grand Slam in 2017. As part of the five-year agreement, Emirates enjoys a significant presence on Philippe-Chatrier centre court, Suzanne-Lenglen court and Simonne-Mathieu court.
Paris was one of the very first destinations to which Emirates has resumed passenger operations to back in May. The airline now operates two daily services to Paris with the B777-300 and the iconic A380, becoming the only airline to operate the double-decker in the French skies.
Emirates currently serves more than 90 destinations worldwide, having restored more than 50 percent of its pre-pandemic destination network. As borders continue to open up, the airline is committed to ensuring that customers travel safely and confidently, deploying industry-leading health and safety measures at every step of the travel journey.
Customers flying in and out of Paris can safely connect to Dubai and to an array of onward connections to the Far East, Middle East and Africa. Customers can stop over or travel to Dubai as the city has re-opened for international business and leisure visitors. Ensuring the safety of travellers, visitors, and the community, Covid-19 PCR tests are mandatory for all inbound and transit passengers arriving to Dubai (and the UAE), including UAE citizens, residents and tourists, irrespective of the country they are coming from. - TradeArabia News Service