Emirates will suspend flights between Prague and Dubai. From November 6, flights marked EK138 (Prague-Dubai), and EK137 (Dubai-Prague) will end. This is the second line of the company flying to Prague. The line will be reopened after repairs at Dubai Airport, the company announced on Thursday.

The completion of the airport’s reconstruction and, therefore, the reopening of the line is scheduled for early June next year. Passengers who have already reserved a seat for the flights in question have to contact the travel agency through which they have made the reservation or Emirates directly.

This line is serviced by Boeing 777-300ER.

“The Czech Republic remains an important destination for business and leisure activities, and we will continue to provide our services on a daily flight with the A380 between Prague and Dubai,” said the company. These flights are marked EK139 and EK140.

The information was previously announced by the Prague Airport. “We can confirm that the Emirates airline has informed us about the temporary limitation of the operation of one of two daily routes from Prague to Dubai,” said Roman Pacvoň, Prague Airport Spokesperson.