Emirates Airlines Receives AED 7.3 Billion From The Dubai Government


The Dubai Government has put in a massive 7.3 billion dirhams ($2 billion) into their flagship airline since the beginning of the global pandemic. – according to Reuters.

The aviation, travel and tourism industry were a few of the worst hit industries during the pandemic and many jobs were cut in order to survive.

Dubai had announced earlier in the year that it will be committed to provide financial support to Emirates Airlines

Emirates restarted some passenger flights after May 21, however like the aviation industry as a whole, Emirates felt the negative business impact of two months with no flights.

Emirates in May said it planned to raise debt to manage the impact of the pandemic. It raised 4.4 billion dirhams in the first quarter. This month it asked cabin crew to take voluntarily unpaid leave. – Reuters

Residents are being reminded to commute safely and to continue to follow the precautionary measures of personal hygiene to maintain their health and safety when out in public

If you’ve run out of disposable masks or are looking for quality reusable masks to avoid being fined AED 3,000, then check these out:

1. A pack of 50 three-layer disposable medical face masks for AED 10.70.

2. Advance reusable face mask, suitable for when you go running or cycling for AED 14.90.

3. Pack of 8 adjustable and slightly more affordable reusable face masks with breathing filters and earloops, for AED 68.00.


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