Emirates resumes Amman services as COVID-19 pandemic continues

Emirates will fly between Amman and Dubai using the Boeing 777-300ER. (Supplied)
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Updated 04 September 2020

Emirates resumes Amman services as COVID-19 pandemic continues

  • Flights will resume on September 8
  • Passengers will need to undergo the required tests before flying

DUBAI: Emirates airline is resuming services to Amman, Jordan, this month in the company’s latest efforts to resume services around the globe as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

Daily flights between Dubai and Amman will resume from Sept. 8, 2020 and will adhere to coronavirus safety procedures to help prevent the spread of the disease.

Passengers to and from Jordan will be required to follow all the requirements outlined by their destination country.


UK finance minister to provide as much economic support as possible: health minister

Updated 24 September 2020

UK finance minister to provide as much economic support as possible: health minister

LONDON: Britain’s finance minister will provide as much support for jobs as possible when he announces his economic winter plan later on Thursday, said his colleague health minister Matt Hancock.
“What you can be assured of is that we’ll put in as much economic support to help people get through this as feasibly possible,” Hancock told LBC Radio.
“He (the finance minister) has an economic winter plan that he’ll be bringing forward later.”