UK: British Airways launches online ordering system for Emirates flights

The UK-based carrier has launched an online ordering service for Emirates Airlines flights.

The airline said in a statement that customers can order their flights with just a single touch of a button.

The service will also be available at all UK airports, including Gatwick, London and Gatwick Airport.

Emirates said that the service will be available on Monday, May 31.

In addition to its online booking, Emirates has launched a travel planner to help customers plan their itineraries for the next few months.

The airline said that it will also soon launch a new app that will allow users to plan their next flight on Emirates Airline and other airlines, which will allow them to track their flight times and destinations.

According to a recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, the UK is the world’s fifth-largest aviation market, with nearly 2,500 airports and over 2.6 million domestic and international flights daily.

The report also revealed that Emirates’ revenues reached $1.25 billion in the fourth quarter, a jump of 2.3 percent from the same period a year ago.

At the same time, Emirates’ parent company, Dubai-based Emirates Air Line, has been embroiled in a string of controversies since it was acquired by British Airways in 2018.

Despite its new online ordering feature, Emirates said in the statement that it is “working with the airlines and their partners to launch the new booking app as soon as possible.”