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Emirates Airline has taken delivery of two new 777-300ERs and one 777 Freighter simultaneously, bringing its total fleet of 777s to 150 aircraft. Read more
Air Mauritius will operate the six Airbus A350 XWB jets on its European, Asian and Australian routes. Read more
Emirates is replacing Boeing 777-300ERs with Airbus A380s on its routes from Dubai to San Francisco and Houston, from December 1 and December 3 respectively. Read more
The new concourse extension at Terminal B contains a total of 10 new gates. The gates, numbered from B30 to B39, will be used to serve American Eagle regional jet flights. Meanwhile, Qantas has announced it will replace the 747-400s used on its Sydney-DFW service with Airbus A380s. Read more
Dallas/Fort Worth will become the 28th international destination to which Emirates operates the aircraft. It will join New York JFK and Los Angeles International Airport as U.S. destinations that Emirates serves with Airbus A380 superjumbos. Read more
Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline, finalized the contract documents for the 50-aircraft Airbus A380 order during a visit to Airbus’ headquarters in Toulouse. Clark's visit to Toulouse came as Emirates accepted two new A380s (the 43rd and 44th delivered to the airline) on the same day, from Airbus' A380 completion center at Finkenwerder Airfield in Hamburg. Read more
Emirates Airline has rewritten all records in civil aviation history with an order for 150 Boeing 777Xs ‒ comprising 35 Boeing 777-8Xs and 115 Boeing 777-9Xs, plus purchase rights on 50 more aircraft ‒ and an additional 50 Airbus A380s. Together, the Boeing and Airbus orders, excluding purchase rights, are valued by Emirates at US$99 billion at list prices. Read more
The deal takes Emirates' total firm orderbook for the Airbus A380 to 140 aircraft. To date, Emirates has taken delivery of 39 of the superjumbos, so its November 17 order increases its outstanding orderbook for the A380 to 101 aircraft. Read more
Emirates is introducing the Airbus A380 superjumbo on its service between Dubai and Los Angeles on December 2, replacing the Boeing 777-300ER which the carrier currently uses for the service. Read more
Under receiving the required government approvals for the agreement, JetBlue will place its 'B6' flight code on all flights currently operated by Emirates between the U.S. and Dubai International Airport, as well as between New York JFK and Milan Malpensa Airport in Italy. Read more
The new route, which will represent the airline’s only transatlantic service, will provide an important connection between the U.S. and Europe and will allow Emirates to capitalize on the significant traffic flow between these cities, according to the airline. Read more
Washington Dulles International Airport is the seventh gateway for Emirates in the United States, and the carrier's Dubai-Washington service is the 12th new route to join the airline's international network in 2012. Read more
The 10-year partnership will go beyond codesharing to include integrated network collaboration with coordinated pricing, sales and scheduling. Qantas will launch daily A380 services from both Sydney and Melbourne to London via Dubai. Together Emirates and Qantas will offer 98 weekly services between Australia and Dubai. Read more
Having been the first airline to offer an Airbus A380 service to the U.S., Emirates operating flights to New York JFK with the superjumbo from August 2008, the Dubai-based carrier will replace a Boeing 777-300ER with an A380 on its other daily Dubai-JFK flight from January 1, 2013. Read more
From July 1, members of JetBlue Airways' customer loyalty program TrueBlue will be able to earn TrueBlue points across Emirates' network of more than 120 destinations worldwide. Emirates' Skywards members will be able to earn Skywards Miles throughout JetBlue's network. Read more
Emirates Airline has announced it will begin daily service from Dubai to Washington Dulles International Airport on September 12. Dubai-based Emirates will operate Boeing 777-300ERs on its route to Washington Dulles. Read more
Emirates' latest 777 order also makes 2011 the best-selling year for the 777 program, surpassing the previous record of orders for 154 aircraft set in 2005. With the Emirates order, the 2011 net orderbook for the 777 currently stands at 182 aircraft. Read more
The airline will begin serving Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on February 2 and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on March 1, offering daily non-stop flights to both destinations. Emirates will also open a new customer lounge at San Francisco International Airport in November. Read more
Customers will be able to purchase joint Emirates-JetBlue Airways itineraries via the GDS, online travel agencies, and by calling Emirates' reservations. Joint fares will be available at www.emirates.com. Read more