Emirates needs to raise around $28 billion in financing within the next seven years in order to be able to pay for its outstanding aircraft orders, Gary Chapman, president of Emirates Group Services said in a news agency interview. The airline is taking delivery of two aircraft per month over the next six years including 78 more Airbus A380s. Emirates has a fleet of 150 aircraft and firm orders for 203 more. Chapman has targeted acquiring around 85% of financing from debt and the rest from ...

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