Emirates is going to resume certain passenger flights from April 6 after temporary suspension.
Initial flights will commence from Dubai to London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Brussels and Zurich, said a press release.
It will operate four flights a week to London Heathrow, and three flights a week to the other cities.
Operating from Dubai International airport Terminal 2 until further notice, these flights will only carry outbound passengers from the UAE. The initial passenger services will be limited to travellers who meet the entry requirements set by the destination country.
Emirates will also carry belly-hold cargo in directions, supporting trade and communities with the transport of essential goods.
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates airline and Group said: "While we hope to resume full operations as soon as possible, we acknowledge the challenges faced by many cities in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. Our network can only be restored with the easing of travel restrictions, and we maintain close contact with all authorities for latest updates. We continuously review the situation and will announce any additional services as they become available."
Emirates will operate its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on these routes, offering seats in Business and Economy class. Travel restrictions are in place at these destinations, and travellers are urged to check entry criteria before they fly.
For health and safety reasons, Emirates will operate a modified inflight service programme on these flights. All Emirates aircraft will go through enhanced cleaning and disinfection processes in Dubai, after each journey.