Articles tagged “Emirates Airline”

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Emirates Rolls Out Instant Direct Payment Method for Travel Bypassing Credit Card Issuers

This tech move is part of a broader shakeup. Travel companies are looking to bypass credit card networks with "alternative payments" to slash processing fees.

Emirates Rolls Out Instant Direct Payment Method for Travel Bypassing Credit Card Issuers

Airlines

Emirates Might Need to Raise Cash Unless Air Travel Picks Up

It's urgent the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates create a "travel bubble" as soon as public health allows. The route between Dubai and London had been the world's busiest international airline route before the crisis, and Dubai's Emirates could use that volume again soon.

Emirates Might Need to Raise Cash Unless Air Travel Picks Up

Coronavirus

Emirates Wants to Shake Up Ticket Sales Through Closer Ties to Travel Agencies

Emirates is one of the largest airlines yet to try to shake up how tickets are sold worldwide. Sabre is at the negotiation table to avoid a content cutoff in July, while other tech partners and travel agencies are still figuring out how to adapt to the new commercial model.

Emirates Wants to Shake Up Ticket Sales Through Closer Ties to Travel Agencies

Airlines

Emirates Says Laptop and Travel Bans Are Hurting Its Bottom Line

The ship isn't totally sinking, but there's no question that Emirates' U.S. expansion ambitions, in particular, have been dramatically set back by recent Trump Administration policies and other global geopolitical factors.

Emirates Says Laptop and Travel Bans Are Hurting Its Bottom Line

Airlines

Emirates Ranks First in Launch of TripAdvisor’s Review-Based Global Airline Rankings

Travelers are entitled to their own opinions, and it makes sense that Emirates is the overall No. 1. But does Aeroflot truly have the world's best business class product?

Emirates Ranks First in Launch of TripAdvisor’s Review-Based Global Airline Rankings

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Forget the Amenities — To Sell A380s Airbus Is Helping Airlines Add Seats

For nearly a decade, airlines have made the A380 their flagship, adding bars and lounges and showers. That fun stuff will remain, but in the future, we're more likely to see the A380 fill a different niche — as a people mover. Airlines can easily put more than 600 seats on it.

Forget the Amenities — To Sell A380s Airbus Is Helping Airlines Add Seats

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Decoding the True Meaning of the Middle East Laptop Ban

Many industry insiders are surprised the U.S. electronics ban includes flights from Dubai, Doha, and Abu Dhabi. Is there a valid security concern for adding those airports? Or could something more sinister be taking place?

Decoding the True Meaning of the Middle East Laptop Ban

Airlines

Etihad Thinks Its Abu Dhabi Pre-Clearance Facility Has an Edge Over Other Gulf Carriers

Though adding more U.S. pre-clearance facilities in gulf carrier hubs is a win-win for airlines and airports, we'd be surprised if pre-clearance expands across the Middle East given the travel ban involving several countries in the region.

Etihad Thinks Its Abu Dhabi Pre-Clearance Facility Has an Edge Over Other Gulf Carriers

Airlines

Emirates Has Spent Over $500 Million on Its In-Flight Wine Program

Emirates is hurting these days and making some slight cuts to its onboard experience. Will it keep its generous onboard wine program? Or might it pull back on what it offers?

Emirates Has Spent Over $500 Million on Its In-Flight Wine Program