Temporary capacity restrictions at its Dubai hub will force Emirates to park 20 aircraft for 80 days this summer, a move which will curb the airline’s expansion to a significant extent. One of the airport’s two parallel runway will be out of service for much needed resurfacing work that limits the amount of movements possible during the period. Emirates Chief Commercial Officer Thierry Antinori says the airline will ground mainly Airbus A330s and A340s as well as some Boeing 777s, ...


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