Emirates as of late worked a flight from Mumbai to Dubai with only one passenger on board.
“EK-501 Emirates plane worked from Mumbai airport to Dubai with one passenger. The flight took off at 4:30 am IST,” Mumbai Airport sources revealed to Indian news office.
The UAE suspended section for passengers from India on April 24, with just certain classes permitted to in any case fly into the country. These incorporate individuals from political missions, golden visa holders, UAE nationals, and passengers excluded or potentially conceded consent to enter by the UAE specialists.
Recently, an Emirates explanation said the suspension would stay set up till June 14.
The airline declined to remark on the matter, noticing that it didn’t “reveal seat load factor information per flight level”.
A media announced that the Dubai-based Stargems Group CEO Bhavesh Javeri, a golden visa holder, was the sole passenger who flew on EK 501 from Mumbai to Dubai, paying Dh909 for the single direction ticket.
“Today, I am unique since I am the solitary passenger on the Emirates flight to Dubai from Mumbai,” Javeri said in a video doing the rounds on the web. He was heartily gotten by the Emirates’ cabin crew, with crew accompanying him to the plane and air entertainers applauding to invite him on board.
“Normally, I do a major declaration. Since, you’re the final straggler, I will offer it to you. I’ll give you a visit through the whole plane,” said the pilot, while inviting Javeri onto the flight.