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Dubai airport incredible compared to US, says Trump in debate

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton traded insults and sparred over temperament, stamina and judgment on Monday, in a fiery US presidential debate that often...

Cabin Tour | Two-class Airbus A380 | Emirates Airline

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More than 220,000 passengers have flown the two-class A380 on over 450 flights since it first entered service in December 2015. The Emirates’ two class...

Emirates to Enhance flights to Melbourne from Dubai

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Emirates, one of the world’s largest airlines by international passengers, will add another flight option to Melbourne, Australia from October — saving passengers around two and half hours of travel time.

The Qantas transit guide to Emirates' Dubai Airport first class lounge

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Hundreds of travellers jet to London each day on Qantas' flagship QF1 and QF9 flights from Sydney and Melbourne, with a stopover at the sprawling Dubai airport – and hundreds more shuttle back to Australia on the QF2 and QF10 return trips.

Expo 2020 Masterplan

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Expo 2020 Masterplan

Emirates steals the show with the Los Angeles Dodgers | Baseball...

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Watch Emirates cabin crew ‘steal’ the show with their baseball skills at a Los Angeles Dodgers game

Brand New Emirates in HD: New Concourse A, New Business Class...

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Please join me on my expedition through Dubai´s new Concourse A and the new Emirates Business Class Lounge and on a wonderful Business Class flight Dubai - Frankfurt. If you are neither interested in the new Terminal nor the new Lounge: boarding starts at approx

Dubai races to complete world’s biggest airport

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In a land of superlatives — the biggest shopping mall, the tallest skyscraper — construction workers have been toiling in the desert to add one more: the world’s biggest airport. That’s what Al Maktoum International Airport will be when it’s finished, a monstrous aerial hub with five runways and three sprawling terminals able to handle upwards of 160 million passengers a year.