Abu Dhabi airline announces latest agreement to offer enhanced connections between Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
Aircraft was flying from Chicago to Amman and was forced to land at London Heathrow.
Dubai airline says more than 240 flights will leave Dubai on Friday; will deploy extra staff to cope with demand.
Kingdom is expected to sign agreements with 11 countries including Tanzania, Cote d'Ivoire, Zimbabwe and Uruguay.
No safety concerns in the UAE airspace from increase in number of planes, adds UAE's General Civil Aviation Authority.
The airline will operate four flights per week to the Indonesian capital.
The two new routes are to Goa and Lucknow.
South Africa's national carrier will launch Johannesburg to Abu Dhabi flights in 2015 as part of agreement.
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