Emirates will restart flights to the Polish capital Warsaw on September 4.

The route will be served by a B777-300ER aircraft, initially operating twice weekly before increasing to thrice weekly from October 7.

Flights will depart Dubai at 0810 on Fridays and Sundays (plus Wednesdays from October), and from Warsaw at 1500.

Warsaw will be the 25th European city to return to the Gulf carrier’s network following Covid-19, and the 75th worldwide.

Last week Emirates announced plans to resume flights to Birmingham from September 1, meaning the carrier will operate 36 weekly flights out of the UK from Birmingham, Glasgow, Heathrow and Manchester from next month.

Emirates to resume services to Birmingham from September

The airline is also gradually reintroducing its A380s to service, with Toronto the next to destination to see the superjumbo, following Heathrow, Paris, Amsterdam, Cairo and Guangzhou.

A one-off A380 service will also operate to Clark International airport in the Philippines later this week.

Emirates to operate one-off A380 flight to Clark