Emirates ordered two more Airbus A340-500s to boost capacity on ultra-long-haul routes, reports President Tim Clark. The two jets come on top of a previous order for eight A340-500s and 20 A340-600s that Emirates is using to expand its Dubai hub. Clark told The DAILY in an interview at the airline's Dubai headquarters that Emirates has seen a massive boost in average yields where the A340-500 operates. The airline introduced the aircraft on its daily Dubai-Sydney service, where ...

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