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Courtesy of aorlineroutes

Dubai – Manchester eff 01JUL20 1 daily A380 (3 daily from 01SEP20; Planned 2nd daily in August 2020 cancelled)
 

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Emirates have actually now confirmed that MAN-DXB returns on 15th June for passengers. Will use the B77W daily until 1st July, then the A380 returns.
 

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Begging to differ with Llandudno - who is nearly always correct in his information - but today's airlineroutes shows:

Effective 15th June - 30th June 2 x weekly B77W with passengers transiting beyond Dubai.
 

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Courtesy of heads up from Llandudno and the Emirates website.

Emirates: (cargo already operating) Passenger services - Dubai – Manchester eff 17JUN20 2 weekly 777-300ER - Sunday/Wednesday - (4 weekly from 17JUL20 - Wednesday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday), 1 daily A380 from 01AUG20, 3 daily A380 from 01SEP20; Previous plan: 1 daily A380 from 01JUL20) ** Updated 10th June **
 
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Courtesy of "A man in the know" the Dubai service operates 17th, 21st, 24th and 28th June.

Great news.
 

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Despite the previous schedules that I have posted for Emirates they keep surprising us.

Today there were no arrivals that I was aware of but then EK17 arrived as a passenger flight and EK21 as a freighter (on a passenger configuratex aircraft).

Every day is a new day - enjoy.
 

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A quick perusal of the Emirates Skycargo website suggests that from 1st July they will operate twice daily 380s, plus a 77W a few times a week (maybe just for cargo?).
 

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A quick perusal of the Emirates Skycargo website suggests that from 1st July they will operate twice daily 380s, plus a 77W a few times a week (maybe just for cargo?).
And yet when you look at the EK passenger website they are still only showing 2 per week - from 1st July until 16th July and then 4 per week from 17th July, all with B773.

I definitely would go with the 4 per week - and maybe the odd extra flights - rather than the data from Skycargo.
 

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July for EK at MAN:

1st-16th
2 weekly pax (wed/Sun) as EK17/18, up to 3 weekly freight using either EK19/20 or EK21/22. Number of pure freight flights will be based on demand and means some days could see 2 flights.

17-31st
4 weekly pax (Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun) and up to 4 weekly freight, again based on demand.

B777 used on all flights.
 

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July for EK at MAN:

1st-16th
2 weekly pax (wed/Sun) as EK17/18, up to 3 weekly freight using either EK19/20 or EK21/22. Number of pure freight flights will be based on demand and means some days could see 2 flights.

17-31st
4 weekly pax (Wed/Fri/Sat/Sun) and up to 4 weekly freight, again based on demand.

B777 used on all flights.
that makes more sense
 

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Genuinely not trying to be argumentative this time, but, assume you mean to swap GLA for EDI, as GLA has been operating since mid July, 4 weekly for pax.
 

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I'm away from home at present - not only in so far as being in the North Lakes - but have restricted internet access.

Anyway, thanks for keeping the Manchester threads alive with updates.

As far as I can see we have a daily B77W for August and September then October becomes double daily A380 from October. This is however subject to constant change as Emirates update their schedules according to passenger demand.
 

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