Articles tagged “emirates airlines”

Airlines

Russians Flee to Favorite Tourism Locales of Dubai and Maldives

Sanctions be damned, destinations like Dubai and Maldives continue to welcome an inflow of Russian rubles to their tourism economies.

Russians Flee to Favorite Tourism Locales of Dubai and Maldives

Airlines

Emirates President Says Next Few Weeks Will Be a Critical Test

Tim Clark has been in the aviation business for nearly 50 years so when he talks, people take notice. He said this week he's bullish that vaccines will be effective against the Omicron variant, but added the next month will reveal whether that is true. Even so, global demand is "hugely resilient," he pointed out.

Emirates President Says Next Few Weeks Will Be a Critical Test

Airlines

Emirates Lays Off More Pilots, Cabin Crew as Part of Thousands of Job Cuts

This news reminds us of an internet meme. Imagine a shot from the movie Back to the Future, where one character is saying to the other, "Whatever you do, never go to the year 2020."

Emirates Lays Off More Pilots, Cabin Crew as Part of Thousands of Job Cuts

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 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

Airlines

The Rise of Smart Airports: A Skift Deep Dive

After years of being stuck in the past, new "smart" airports are embracing technology and data to improve the experience for both passengers and vendors. But progress is still slow, widening the gap between cutting-edge and archaic facilities. What's needed? More vision, less bureaucracy.

The Rise of Smart Airports: A Skift Deep Dive

Airlines

737 Max Groundings Means Emirates Is Using Jumbo Jets for Short-Hop Flights

Airlines have had to get creative to deal with the consequences of the Boeing 737 Max's extended grounding, but using a jumbo jet for a short regional hop is surely the most extreme example.

737 Max Groundings Means Emirates Is Using Jumbo Jets for Short-Hop Flights

Online Travel

Emirates to Hire Pilots From Etihad and Other Airlines With Cash Troubles

A lack of cockpit crew has been a factor in Emirates' moves to trim its number of flights. But the carrier may have a fix. A new memo shows that the Dubai giant has pinpointed 500 suitable applicants from airlines experiencing financial trouble.

Emirates to Hire Pilots From Etihad and Other Airlines With Cash Troubles

Airlines

Emirates Slows Its International Route Expansion

Emirates has reduced its schedule partly because of a planned closure of a runway at Dubai International airport next spring. But it also aims to be more cost-efficient in managing its network.

Emirates Slows Its International Route Expansion

Airlines

Emirates Says No Plans to Invest in South African Airways

The Abu Dhabi-based Emirates said it had no plans to take any equity share in South African Airways or any other airline as it pursues cost-conscious discipline. It was one of the last likely buyers for state-owned SAA, which has not turned a profit since 2011.

Emirates Says No Plans to Invest in South African Airways