Emirates is resuming services to Amman, Abuja and Lagos this week, bringing its rebuilt network to 84 destinations.

Flights to Lagos restarted yesterday (September 7) and are operating four times weekly, while the carrier’s daily Amman route resumes today (September 8), and flights to Abuja restart tomorrow (September 9) and will also operate daily.

All three routes will be served by Emirates’ B777-300ER aircraft.

It follows the recent announcement of the resumption of flights to Accra and Abidjan, and bring Emirates’ African network to 13 destinations – last month the airline announced the resumption of flights to Conakry (Guinea), Dakar (Senegal) and Lusaka (Zambia).

Emirates’ chief operating officer Adel Al Redha recently told CNBC that the airline expected to be serving all of its 143 destinations by summer 2021.

Emirates resumed flights to Birmingham at the start of September, meaning it is now operating 36 weekly flights out of the UK from Birmingham, Glasgow, London Heathrow, and Manchester airports.