Emirates and FlyDubai on July 18 unveiled an extensive partnership. Both Dubai-based airlines will continue to be managed independently, but will leverage each other’s networks with coordinated scheduling. New codeshares will be announced in the fourth quarter of 2017. The airlines will also further develop their hub at Dubai International Airport. Emirates has a fleet of 259 aircraft flying to 157 destinations. FlyDubai operates 58 next-gen Boeing 737 aircraft to 95 destinations. By ...

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