Emirates Airline Starts Online Check-In Service
Emirates Airline has made announcement about the recommencement of its online check-in service, affected by the interruption in flights because of residue from Iceland's volcano, from Monday.
The United Arab Emirates-based airline stated that it would run additional services on several routes to get thousands of stranded riders their destination.
Richard Vaughan, Emirates' divisional senior vice president, stated, "We are continually assessing every option available as we strive to resume normal service across the network."
"After several days of additional services to the UK, including three extra flights to Gatwick today, our services to Europe are nearing business as usual. We are doing absolutely everything we can to get them to their final destination," Mr. Richard added.
Emirates is the national airline of Dubai, UAE and runs approx 2200 passenger flights every week, from its hub at Dubai International Airport Terminal 3, to 106 destinations in 60 nations across 6 continents. (With Inputs from Agencies)