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Emirates partners with flydubai, broadens destinations

Emirates has announced the expansion of its network to 29 flydubai destinations across three continents after the two Dubai-based airline companies sealed an extensive...

Dubai airport offers ‘sleep pods’ to travellers

Dubai Airports has introduced “sleep pods” at Dubai International (DXB) Terminal 3, it said on Wednesday. The Scandinavian-designed sleep lounge, located close to Gate A1...

Emirates, Rolls-Royce said to resolve A380 engine issue

Emirates has reportedly agreed to accept delivery of Rolls-Royce engines for its A380s jets after performance and maintenance issues were addressed. The Gulf airline has...

Dubai Airports and Bureau Dubai Expo 2020 collaborate to deliver top...

Dubai Airports, operator of Dubai International (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Bureau Dubai Expo 2020...

Free WiFi at all Dubai airports: High-speed, unlimited too

Passengers will now be able to enjoy unlimited free high-speed Wi-Fi at Dubai International and Dubai World Central after operator Dubai Airports officially rolled...

The real future of supersonic flight doesn’t depend on Richard Branson...

Sir Richard Branson wants to bring back supersonic travel. Thirteen years since Concorde ended operations, the Virgin tycoon has revealed the prototype design for...

DXB welcomes 6.4 million passengers in October

Dubai International, the world’s leading international hub,  welcomed 6.4 million passengers in October, according to the monthly traffic report issued today by operator Dubai...

Emirates’ net profit plummets 75% since March

Emirates airline has reported a 75 percent drop in net profit in the first half of the 2016-17 financial year – attributed to economic...

Dubai Airports CEO slams UK airport development

The U.K.’s government’s decision to expand London Heathrow Airport may not come to be a reality in at least the next decade, according to...

Middle East aviation market to grow to 414m passengers by 2035

The Middle East's aviation market will grow by 5 percent and will see an extra 258 million passengers a year on routes to, from...

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