The deal is worth an estimated $550.3 million, according to Indian press reports.
Combined with daily Manchester A380 services, the world’s largest A380 carrier will be sending 360 flights to and from the UK each month
The move reflects the increasing number of flights Emirates has on remote stands that are not connected to terminal airbridges – as well as the large number of premium passengers on board its widebody aircraft.
Its best-selling Falcon 7X features a 5,950nm range which can serve most city pairs demanded by business aviation travellers
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise had earlier ordered 10 747-8 planes and also has orders for seven 777 freighters.
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The low-cost carrier is the launch customer for the ‘Fiber-To-The-Screen’ system by Lumexis, enabling HD movies to be shown simultaneously in every seat back.
The low-cost carrier will fly three times a week between Sharjah and Basra.
The carrier has started four-times weekly services between Doha and Warsaw.
The Abu Dhabi carrier already owns a 29.12 per cent stake in the German airline.
Czech Airlines, a member of the Sky Team alliance, lost $12.10 million last year.
Development in Dubai World Central is progressing rapidly with business jet operations set to launch in 2013.
Boeing predicts that the region’s new airplane requirement over the next 20 years will cost around $470 billion.
Qatar Airways is the launch customer for the future A350.
Samer Majali will remain in his job until the end of 2012; no reasons have been given.
The airport, one of the world’s busiest, handled 4.92 million passengers in October.
The Kingdom has said that it needs more time to award the winning bids, which were expected to be announced by November-end.
Morocco is keen to enter a strategic partnership for Royal Air Maroc rather than sell a stake in the airline.
The airline generated $809 million in revenue last year and expects growth to come from higher demand.
Abu Dhabi’s flagship carrier is eyeing up minority stakes in Jet Airways and SpiceJet.
Etihad Airways’ new home will add capacity for an extra 30 million passengers per year.
Dubai World Central is set to become the new hub for business aviation.
The Middle East’s first Dreamliner aircraft arrives in Doha.
Tough economic conditions and Bahrain unrest push Gulf Air to reduce fleet.
The low-cost carrier reported a net profit of Dhs226 million in the third quarter.
The world’s largest Arab carrier witnessed a turnaround in profits in the first half of 2012 despite continued fuel price pressures.
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The airline’s president Tim Clark has said the carrier could make its most expensive purchase ever from Boeing.
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