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Articles tagged “emirates”

Business Travel

What South Africa’s Virus Protocols Tell Us About Balancing a Travel Economy With a Nation’s Health

South Africa is understandably cautious as it approaches winter, and doing all it can to stave off a health crisis. But its strict and prolonged protocols might end up doing more harm than good.

What South Africa’s Virus Protocols Tell Us About Balancing a Travel Economy With a Nation’s Health

Airlines

Emirates and Etihad Will Resume Transit Flights

Many people remain stranded far from home because they can't get transit flights onward to their final destinations. So it's good news for many workers and families that Emirates and Etihad are restarting transit flights through hub airports in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Emirates and Etihad Will Resume Transit Flights

Airlines

Emirates Needs More Time Before Deciding Future of Superjumbos

Emirates had a nice moment for about a decade. But what were the airline's strengths are now weaknesses. It has no local market and its fleet is dominated by gigantic airplanes.

Emirates Needs More Time Before Deciding Future of Superjumbos

Airlines

Emirates May Take Years Until It Flies All of Its Routes Again

A slow recovery for Emirates, a Dubai-based airline owned by the U.A.E., will mean layoffs for the carrier, which employs about 60,000 people.

Emirates May Take Years Until It Flies All of Its Routes Again

Coronavirus

Emirates Reports What May Become an Airlines Rarity — Annual Profit

A 21 percent jump in profits during the past fiscal year for Emirates is a good number. But that kind of performance may just become a thing of the past for the uncertain future.

Emirates Reports What May Become an Airlines Rarity — Annual Profit

Airlines

Longtime Emirates Airline President Is Retiring

Tim Clark has been at Emirates for more than 30 years, so his departure shouldn't come as a surprise. The timing is a little curious, however, as is the lack of a successor.

Longtime Emirates Airline President Is Retiring

Airlines

Etihad Responds to Flight Shaming Movement With ‘Greenliner’

A pared back Airbus order from Emirates and a focus on sustainability from Etihad hints at a new, subdued era of Middle Eastern aviation at this week's Dubai Airshow.

Etihad Responds to Flight Shaming Movement With ‘Greenliner’