One thing is all but guaranteed at the Dubai Airshow, at least if past events are prologue: the right level of entertainment. In 2013, Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways ordered hundreds of widebodies within the space of 1 hr., to the joy of Airbus and Boeing and the horror of their competitors in the U.S., Europe and Asia. In 2017, the joy was no longer evenly shared among manufacturers, as Airbus executives had to leave a conference room into which they had been called by Emirates ...

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