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- 33. Emirates acquires Share in Alpha Flight Services Australia
Emirates acquires Share in Alpha Flight Services Australia. As part of the agreement, Alpha Flight Services will provide in-flight catering for Emirates flights from Australia starting January 2008. This investment will be Emirates' second joint venture operation for in-flight catering services. Its first, Emirates Flight Catering in Dubai, recently opened the world's largest in-fl
- 34. Emirates Launches NDC-Powered Gateway for Travel Trade Partners
Emirates has launched a suite of connectivity options that enable trade partners around the world to easily and directly access the airline’s rich content and other services. Developed using IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) standards, the Emirates Gateway is available via the recently launched Emirates Partners Portal.
- 35. Emirates to Launch New Airbus A380 Flights to Singapore and Melbourne, Australia
Emirates is to launch a second daily Airbus A380 flight to Singapore, effective 1 March 2016. The flight will be Emirates’ sixth daily A380 service to Australia with the up-gauge of its current service between Dubai and Melbourne via Singapore. Melbourne will be served twice daily with an Emirates A380.
- 36. Emirates Launches Pay-Per-Visit Airport Lounges
Emirates has extended the use of its luxury lounges at Dubai International Airport to its Loyalty Programme members and their guests at a minimal fee regardless of class of travel. The pay-per-visit access will be available to Emirates Skywards members and their guests travelling on Emirates. Business Class travellers now also have the option to pay an upgrade fee to access the Fir
- 37. Emirates Airline granted rights to operate Additional Flights to Australia
Emirates Airline granted rights to operate Additional Flights to Australia. Dubai-based Emirates will gradually increase its frequency to the four cities it currently serves in Australia – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth – and the new agreement will allow Emirates to grow its services from 49 flights a week to 84 flights a week between now and 2011. This will mark an increase
- 38. Emirates to Receive 100th Airbus A380 Aircraft on 3 November 2017
Emirates, the world’s largest Airbus A380 operator, will receive its milestone 100th A380 aircraft on 3 November 2017. Over 80 million passengers have flown on the superjumbo in the nine years since it first joined Emirates’ fleet. Today, Emirates flies the A380 to over 45 destinations spanning Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.
- 39. Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International launches Phase Two
Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International launches Phase Two. With the first phase of flight operations from Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International proceeding smoothly as planned, Emirates has now entered the second phase of the new terminal’s opening. After launching flights to countries on its GCC and Americas network in the first phase from the new terminal, the second phas
- 40. Emirates Signs New Codeshare Agreement with Bangkok Airways
Emirates has signed a new codeshare agreement with Thailand’s Bangkok Airways. The new agreement will see Emirates’ code added to 19 Bangkok Airways routes across a number of Southeast Asian cities, adding a total of 14 new destinations to the Emirates global network and seamlessly connecting customers to new tourist destinations such as Koh Samui and Chiang Mai in Thailand, Siem R
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