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Dubai Flights Unaffected By Bad Weather

Flights to Dubai have generally not been disrupted by bad weather in the United States and Europe.  Dubai is connected to over 210 cities around the world.

An Emirates spokesman said “Our flights remained unaffected.  Flights to most European cities operated as per schedule.  Some flights have experienced slight delay due to congestions at the airport, but not due to weather.” Dubai Airports, which runs Dubai International Airport, did not report any disruptions.
 

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