As of December 15, Emirates will launch a daily service from its Dubai hub and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Dubai International welcomed over 7.7 million passengers in August, eclipsing its previous record achieved in July.
Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Emirates’ flights to Jordan, the airline operated a one-off service by its Airbus A380 between Dubai and Queen Alia International Airport, on September 25.
Starting October 30, Emirates' Airbus A380 will fly between Dubai and New Zealand five times a day. With the introduction of the double-decker aircraft on the Christchurch route – which will replace the currently deployed Boeing 777-300ER
In response to strong demand, Emirates now deploys a larger Boeing 777-300ER between Dubai and Khartoum. The aircraft replaces the previously used Airbus A340-300 on the route, offering passengers an enhanced on-board
HAVING ALREADY ESTABLISHED A STRONG GLOBAL PRESENCE WITH 20 HOTELS ON FOUR CONTINENTS, LANGHAM HOSPITALITY GROUP IS NOW LOOKING TO EXPAND ITS PRESENCE IN THE MIDDLE EAST AS ROBERT WARMAN, CEO,
Emirates is to increase capacity by 11 percent between Dubai and Manchester with the deployment of a third daily Airbus A380 on the route. As of January 01, 2017, the replacement of the Boeing
Emirates will recommence its four four-weekly Dubai – Conakry – Dakar – Dubai service on October 30. A Boeing 777-300ER was introduced on the Dubai – Dakar route on August 02 to provide additional capacity ahead of the
In response to the increased need for pilots in the industry, Emirates Flight Training Academy signed an agreement with Boeing under which the organisations will collaborate on a comprehensive training curriculum and software infrastructure to support learning operations.
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,