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Emirates Gets Approval to Fly Certain Passenger Flights

Emirates has received approval to carry passengers outbound from the UAE to some destinations in Europe as of April 6.

Emirates Announces Aircraft Commitments of $24.8 Billion

Emirates has announced plans to purchase 30 Boeing 787-9 aircraft, worth $8.8 billion, and 50 A350-900 XWBs worth $16 billion.

Emirates Orders 36 A380s Worth $16b

Emirates has announced a US$ 16 billion deal for 36 additional Airbus A380 aircraft, this way providing stability to the A380 production line.

Emirates Flies to 29 Flydubai Destinations via Codeshare Agreement

Emirates is expanding its network to 29 flydubai destinations globally, as part of the two companies' codeshare agreement.

Emirates: Symposium on Aviation Security in Dubai

Emirates Group Security will hold the AVSEC Global symposium on aviation security in Dubai between October 8 and 10.

Kountoura Promotes Greece in the United Arab Emirates

Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura held a series of meetings with key figures of the United Arab Emirates, during this year’s Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.

Emirates Sweeps 2015 APEX Passenger Choice Awards with Seven Wins

Emirates emerged as the biggest winner at the 2015 APEX Passenger Choice Awards held in Portland, Oregon, clinching seven awards including for Best Overall Passenger Experience and Best in Region: Middle East for the sixth consecutive year.

Greece Discusses Expanding Relations With the United Arab Emirates

Alternate Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura is on a working visit in the United Arab Emirates to promote Greek tourism and attract foreign investment to Greece.

Emirates Group Net Profit Jumps 34% To $845 Million

The Emirates Group has announced its 25th consecutive year of profit and company-wide growth ending the year in a strong position despite continuing high fuel prices and a weak global economic environment.

In-Flight Mobile Phone Use Soon on Emirates Airlines

Emirates Airlines will be the first airline to introduce in-flight mobile phone use with service expected to begin this month, should all the required approvals be received.