The current Emirates fleet will increase by five aircraft this month, December, as the carrier adds three new A380 and two new Boeing 777 aircraft.
Emirates has today upgraded its five daily flights to London Heathrow to all be served by A380 aircraft, two months earlier than expected.
Emirates has touched down in Lyon, celebrating the international airline’s third destination in France and fourth new European destination since the start of 2012.
Dubai International’s airport cargo facilities are set to undergo a major modernisation and expansion programme that will see air cargo capacity increased to 3.1-million tons by 2018.
Etihad Airways continue expansion as they confirmed its equity stake in Virgin Australia Holdings has now reached 10 per cent.
It will be seamless connections available at JFK from a dozen U.S. cities to Dubai and onward to Africa, India and Asia Pacific as Emirates joins forces with jetBlue in codeshare agreement.
Here is a new video from Airbus taking you on a tour of their A380 flagship airliner.
Boeing and more than 5,000 employees, suppliers, customers and government officials celebrated the 1,000th 777 at a special event this week.
Passengers on a growing number of Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft can now surf, share, email, or tweet their way across the Emirates network as the airline launches Wi-Fi internet connectivity with leading industry service provider, OnAir.
Emirates’ extensive African network is to be boosted again with the launch of two new destinations – Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, and Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe.