LONDON—Emirates is dealing with a “triple whammy” in the form of weakness of many emerging economies, a strong dollar and higher fuel prices as it evaluates capacity growth for 2019, said the airline’s president, Tim Clark. “There is a simultaneous downward movement in emerging markets like Turkey, Argentina or Indonesia,” he said at the Aviation Festival in London earlier this month. Emirates serves all the countries affected by the current ...


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