Emirates Airline plans to cut two of its daily Airbus A380 flights from the highly competitive market between Australia and New Zealand, as its partner Qantas increases some of its services on these routes. Emirates will stop flying from Melbourne and Brisbane to Auckland in March. These flights were extra legs tagged onto long-haul services between Dubai and Australia. With the cancellations, Emirates’ remaining New Zealand services will be a direct flight from Dubai to Auckland and ...

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