The three largest airlines in the Middle East have more than 400 widebody aircraft on order, and additional deals are expected to be announced at the upcoming Dubai Air Show, Nov. 13-17. But industry analysts believe there are enough new international long-haul market opportunities for Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways to deploy all the new jets they have ordered. For connections between China and Africa, two strongly growing regions, Dubai is ideally located as a connecting ...

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