Emirates

Nigeria lifts flight ban for Lufthansa, Air France & KLM

The government of Nigeria lifted a flight ban for Lufthansa, Air France, and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.  ...


Emirates expects to return to profitability in 2022

The President of Emirates airline expects a return to profitability to happen in 2022.   ...


Emirates, Etihad and Qatar: battling the second wave

Three largest Middle Eastern airlines – Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways – are continuing to expand their networks. But which one is in the lead?...


Emirates battles crisis, it gets $2 billion of state aid

With Emirates battling the current crisis and finishing the first half of the year with a multi-billion loss, the Dubai government was more than eager to inject funds into the airline....


BREAKING: Emirates confirms first A380 retirement

Emirates confirmed that its first Airbus A380 was sent to France in order for it to be retired, confirming earlier speculation about the future of A6-EDB....


Emirates signs interline deal to expand in South Africa

Emirates airline and Airlink, a regional South Africa-based air carrier, signed an interline agreement under which the largest airline and flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates would expand its reach to the region....


How much has Airbus A380 depreciated?

The Airbus A380, despite its glitz and glamor, has fallen quite low in terms of its value. How low? A lessor's financial reports tell the tale....


Where is Emirates finding revenue to continue operations?

There is no doubt that airlines have limited opportunities to find revenues in the current day and age. Yet in order to sustain a business, they have to, especially if they have very high running costs. Case in point, Emirates. How does it weather the current crisis?...


Emirates fined $400,000 by U.S. for violating FAA’s prohibitions

The U.S. Department of Transportation has fined Emirates $400,000 for operating flights under JetBlue Airways code in the airspace that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has prohibited the U.S. operators from flying....


Last Airbus A380 takes shape in Toulouse station 40

The shining new jet was pictured rolling out from station 40 of the Airbus Toulouse production site in France in the morning of September 23, 2020 on its way to station 35. The aircraft, carrying assembly number MSN 272, is the last Airbus A380 to be produced....