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Emirates has launched its daily linked service from Dubai to Phnom Penh via Yangon in Myanmar, marking the carrier's first Cambodian destination.

IN LINE WITH ITS VISION TO OFFER A SUPERIOR PASSENGER EXPERIENCE AND IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH A MODERN AND STATE OF THE ART WIDE-BODY AIRCRAFT FLEET, EMIRATES HAS RETIRED THE LAST AIRBUS A330 AND A340 AIRCRAFT FROM ITS ACTIVE SERVICES.

Following the recent lifting of sanctions, British Airways (BA) has relaunched its London – Tehran route, which will be operated six times a week with a Boeing 777.

From February 2017, Emirates will use an Airbus A380-800 for one of its four daily departures on its busiest route in the African network between Dubai and Johannesburg. The airline, which currently deploys Boeing 777 aircraft on the itinerary,

Qatar Airways is increasing capacity on its Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Dammam routes with extra

Boeing’s third quarter revenue increased nine percent to USD25.8 billion on record commercial deliveries.