Emirates Airline is expanding the deployment of its popular A380 aircraft on routes to the UK and Russia.
It will run four times a day to London Heathrow from November 27 and six times a week to Manchester from December 2.
A380 services to Moscow have been ramped up from the current two-a-week to a daily service from November 25.
Emirates will also increase flights to Birmingham (November 27) and Glasgow (December 1) from the current four-a-week to daily services at both cities.
Meanwhile, services to Manchester will increase from the current eight-a-week to 10 flights per week from December 1, of which six will be served by A380s and four with a Boeing 777-300ER.
These represent a significant expansion of flights to the UK, following the recent establishment of the UK-UAE air travel corridor.
Under the travel corridor, travellers entering the UK from the UAE will no longer be required to quarantine.
In the other direction, UK travellers heading to Dubai can opt to do their COVID-19 PCR tests 96 hours in advance of their flight, or to do the test on arrival in Dubai, adding to the ease of travel.
Emirates expands @Airbus A380 deployment, adds services to UK & Russia to meet travel demand. https://t.co/Qpy04vJdmu— Emirates Airline (@emirates) November 18, 2020
Fly the Emirates A380 daily to Moscow from 25 Nov, 4x daily to London Heathrow from 27 Nov & 6x weekly to Manchester from 2 Dec.@DXB #FlyEmiratesFlyBetter pic.twitter.com/sUKsEfnz25