Dubai's national carrier Emirates said it has received delivery of its 43rd and 44th A380 aircraft with a double delivery from Airbus’ Finkenwerder facility in Hamburg, Germany.
The new A380s will offer 14 seats in First
Dubai-based Emirates has extended its deal with the European Tour for an additional ten tournaments until the end of the 2017 season.
The carrier will also assume the status of ‘Official Airline’ of the European Tour,
Dubai-based Emirates has landed its first flight to Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, marking the airline’s 138th global destination.
Emirates flight EK 640 touched down in Kabul International Khwaja Rawash Airport today (D
Dubai-based Emirates airline has launched its longest 380 flight to Los Angeles.
The 16 hours and 20 minutes double-decker flight crossed the Russian Federation, the North Pole and Eastern Canada, to touch down in Los Angeles, bec
Emirates Islamic, a leading Islamic financial institution, has launched “The Innovation Challenge,” a competition that calls on students of UAE universities to devise new social media solutions for the banking world.
The United Arab Emirates will start operating new grain silos at Fujairah within the coming months and has picked a private company to manage them, the managing director of Abu Dhabi's Food Security Center said.
The silos loca
The bad-tempered battle between Virgin Australia Holdings and Qantas Airways over Australia's skies is a proxy for increasingly tough regional competition among carriers including ambitious Gulf airlines Etihad and Emirates.
Emirates' whopping order for 50 of the world's biggest jets should end doubts about the A380 that have tested the nerve of manufacturer Airbus, the airline's chief said -- adding it was so sure of filling the planes it might have bou
Emirates Flight Academy will help address the need for 40,000 pilots in the Middle East over the next two decades in support of a fast growing aviation sector.
Representatives of the academy explained its latest developments at th
Dubai could move the base of one of its two airlines - flydubai and Emirates — to the new Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central by 2020, a senior official was quoted as saying.
In an interview with the Gulf News, S