The Dubai-based carrier posted 1.1 billion dirhams ($288 million) in net profit for the financial year ending March, up from $237 million the previous year.
Aviation has been one of the worst-hit industries during the pandemic and Emirates and Etihad of the United Arab Emirates have cut thousands of jobs, sources have said.
In a bid to boost travel, the airline offers to cover all COVID-19 expenses
If the passenger does not survive, Emirates will pay €1,500 (Approx Rs 1,31,660) for the funeral.
The Dubai-based airline had on July 11 announced that it would be operating special repatriation flights from Bengaluru, Kochi, Delhi, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) between July 12 and July 26.
The airline had paused the layoff exercise in June
The airline was in the middle of a layoff exercise, among the largest in the aviation world
Those sacked include a few Indian pilots, who were earlier with IndiGo. The layoffs are among the biggest for any airline in the world.
Dubai’s Emirates, one of the world’s biggest long-haul airlines, said on Thursday it would operate transit flights to 29 destinations in Asia, Europe and North America by June 15.
Reports had earlier said that Dubai-based airline plans to cut 30,000 jobs
In an internal email sent to staff on Sunday, Chairman Sheikh Ahmed said the months ahead would be the most difficult in the airline's 35-year history.
Considering the availability of additional resources and the fact that many employees want to utilise their leave, Emirates has provided employees the option to avail leave or apply for voluntary unpaid leave for up to one month.
"The codeshare agreement means travellers from across the globe can book a single ticket with attractive fares to any of Emirates' nine points across India and connect onwards to 172 domestic routes that are part of SpiceJet's network," the Indian budget carrier said in a press release.
"I am happy to announce we are purchasing 50 Airbus 350 for $16 billion," the carrier's chairman and CEO Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum told reporters at the Dubai Airshow.
The agency had on July 26 taken Talwar into custody inside the courtroom, moments after the judge dismissed his anticipatory bail application.
The cancelled flights include seven departures and four arrivals.
Top 10 of the worlds finest airline has won the award in other categories like Best Crew, World's Cleanest airline, First-Class service, etc.
The Dubai-based airline's parent company Emirates Group also posted lower profits at $631 million, down 44 percent from last year.
The reciprocal partnership will allow opening of new routes and destinations for passengers of the two airlines, SpiceJet said in a statement.
Passengers buying tickets under the Dubai-based airline’s 'special' category will be permitted to carry reduced weight on all routes except "destinations to and from America and destinations originating from Africa".
A Reuters report said the UAE-based carrier denied that it was seeking to take over Etihad Airways to create the world's largest airline.
"Based on feedback from our customers, Emirates confirms we will continue to provide a Hindu meal option, to make it easier for our Hindu customers to identify and request this option," the airline said in a statement today.
With the significant Emirates order now gone, questions are being raised about the fate of the Superjumbo whose sales have been dwindling for quite some time.
The airlines, both owned by the government of Dubai, said in a statement on Monday their expanded partnership would be rolled out over the coming months, kicking off with an enhanced code share agreement in the fourth quarter.
But, is there more than meets the eye?