The carrier is also finalising a deal with Boeing, with one or both deals set to be announced at next week’s Dubai Airshow.
Is India set to loosen its protectionism over the national airline sector? It’s about time it did.
The service costs an additional €10 per flight on services to Kiev, Sofia, Budapest and Bucharest.
With a new business aviation hub in Dubai’s DWC and growing competition, the market for private jets looks set to reach new heights.
Set in the new Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai’s Airshow is set to be bigger than ever.
The financing is for six Boeing 737-800 aircraft three of which are scheduled to be delivered in the second half of 2014.
Airline prepares to launch its seventh Chinese destination in 10 years.
Dubai carrier is eyeing a wide range of export opportunities.
The Abu Dhabi carrier suspended flights on Thursday after an assessment of the ‘exiting situation’ at Tripoli airport.
Over six months have passed since Dubai’s Emirates signed a codeshare agreement with struggling Australian carrier Qantas. Gulf Business explores the impact of the deal.
Munich Airport’s president and CEO flew into the UAE to see how it can attract more passengers.
Dubai Airport CEO believes DXB will soon become the world’s largest airport for international travel.
Delegates can expect plenty of space, inside and out, when they visit the dedicated Dubai World Central site in November.
Research revealed that a minimum seat width of 18 inches improved passengers’ sleep quality by 53 per cent.
The A350, designed to compete with Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner and the larger Boeing 777, staged its maiden flight in June.
Traffic for the first nine months of the year stands at 49.4 million, up from 42.6 million for the first three quarters in 2012.
US carrier to focus more on attracting international business and improving digital connectivity.
Starting from 1 March 2014, the carrier will fly twice daily flights into both destinations.
CEO Adel Ali predicts a minimum five new routes a year as the low-cost carrier flies into its second decade
Dubai Airports’ strategic focus now shifts to second phase operations now the new airport is open to passengers
Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central begins passenger services on October 27.
European low-cost carrier starts four new services this week, projecting Dubai into the realm of two-airport cities
The Skycargo division will move its operations to Dubai World Central’s Al Maktoum International Airport in May
The airline will be the largest carrier on the planet by international passenger traffic, says president, Tim Clark.
Gulf Air hopes its new daily evening service will appeal to ‘new Dubai’ residents
New service to provide more flexibility and better connectivity for passengers
The A350 is designed to compete with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the larger Boeing 777.
Emirates becomes the fifth airline to join Virgin America’s frequent flyer program.
The provisional Etihad order for dozens of Boeing jets could be worth $18 billion at list prices.
The 700,000 square metre terminal is designed to boost the capacity of the airport to 30 million passengers annually
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