Emirates’ Clark On Riyadh Air Plans, Dubai’s Growth Potential

By Karen Walker Mar 16, 2023
Clark was a guest on Aviation Week’s Window Seat podcast this week talking about his career and industry views.
Airlines & Lessors

Podcast: Exclusive Interview With Emirates President Tim Clark

By Karen Walker Mar 16, 2023
Clark talks about his 50-year career, the Emirates blueprint and where he believes the air transport industry is heading.
Window Seat Podcast

Emirates' Global Flying Rises, A380 Fleet Reaches 93 In-Service Aircraft

By Kurt Hofmann Mar 14, 2023
Emirates said it has boosted its operations by 31% since its financial year began last April.
Airports & Networks

Emirates, Philippine Airlines Begin Interlining

By Chen Chuanren Mar 06, 2023
Passengers traveling between Manila and Dubai can now connect to a second destination in a single itinerary. 
Airports & Networks

Emirates To Build New Widebodies Flight Training Center

By Helen Massy-Beresford Feb 21, 2023
Emirates is investing $135 million to build an advanced training facility.
Airlines & Lessors

How Emirates Is Managing Large-Scale Widebody Retrofits

By Prachi Patel Feb 10, 2023
Emirates’ cabin upgrade project marks the beginning of a long-term effort to modernize the inflight experience.
Interiors & Connectivity

Middle Eastern Airlines Consider More Maintenance Insourcing

By James Pozzi Feb 09, 2023
Why some Middle Eastern airlines are moving to in-source more of their maintenance requirements.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Emirates Demo Flight Advances Work On 100% SAF

By Graham Warwick Feb 01, 2023
Emirates completed a demonstration flight from Dubai on Jan. 30 with 100% SAF powering one of the Boeing 777-300ER’s two General Electric GE90 engines.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Analysis: Why Airlines Are Pursuing More Codeshares And Alliances

By Karen Walker Jan 24, 2023
Turn the page back just a few years, and cynicism was creeping in about the value of the global alliances and whether they had grown too big.
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates Names Inmarsat As A350 Wi-Fi Provider

By Alan Dron Jan 13, 2023
Emirates has chosen Inmarsat’s GX Aviation as its inflight broadband system for the airline’s incoming fleet of Airbus A350s. 
Interiors & Connectivity

Emirates Puts First Refurbished A380 Back Into Service

By Alan Dron Jan 09, 2023
Emirates claims that its cabin refit program constitutes the largest-known aircraft refurbishment project in history.
Interiors & Connectivity

Emirates, Lufthansa Warm Up To Codesharing

By Jens Flottau Nov 23, 2022
Emirates Airline and Lufthansa appear to be indicating that they are open to such an arrangement under certain conditions. 
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates, United Align On Freight Front With New Agreement

By Alan Dron Sep 30, 2022
Greater coordination between Emirates SkyCargo and United Cargo is expected to be one of the main outcomes of a new MOU between the two freight haulers.
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates To Partially Resume Flights To Nigeria

By Alan Dron Sep 01, 2022
The late release by the Nigerian government of blocked revenue will cause a break in services, the airline said.
Airports & Networks

Emirates Blasts Heathrow Management As ‘Incompetent’

By Alan Dron Jul 14, 2022
Emirates Airline has refused to accept London Heathrow (LHR) airport’s demands that carriers operating into the UK hub should cut their services over the summer peak season.  
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates Reports Further Capital Injection From Dubai Government

By Jens Flottau May 13, 2022
The capital increase comes on top of a $3.1 billion capital increase made by its owner the previous year during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates To Install Premium Economy Cabin On 120 Aircraft

By Victoria Moores May 09, 2022
Emirates Airline plans to add its premium economy product on 120 of its widebody aircraft, building on the six A380s which are already equipped with the new cabin.
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates SkyCargo Expanding 777F Fleet, Converting 777-300ERs

By Kurt Hofmann Nov 16, 2021
Emirates SkyCargo plans to induct two Boeing 777Fs into its fleet in 2022 and have Israel Aerospace Industries convert four of the airline’s passenger 777-300ERs into freighters between 2023 and 2024.
Airlines & Lessors

Daily Memo: Why The A380 Did Not Work Out

By Jens Flottau Oct 08, 2021
Airbus overall lost multiple billions on a program that it once hoped would help it take over the lead from Boeing in commercial aviation. While that success was achieved anyway, the A380 only made it much harder.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Emirates Seeks Clarity On Deliveries, Criticizes Boeing

By Jens Flottau Oct 05, 2021
Emirates is in negotiations with both Boeing and Airbus about potential shifts in deliveries for its 777X, 787-9 and A350 fleets, and is criticizing Boeing for its lack of transparency vis-à-vis customers on its proposed schedule.
Airlines & Lessors

Qantas, Emirates Set To Extend Joint Business Partnership

By David Casey Oct 04, 2021
The airlines, which have existing approvals from regulators to operate a joint business until March 2023, will seek re-authorization to continue the core elements of the partnership until 2028.
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates To Recruit 3,500 As Dubai Benefits From Fast Vax Roll-Out

By Kurt Hofmann Sep 17, 2021
To support its planned ramp-up operations, Emirates Airline has begun a worldwide campaign to recruit 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services…
Airlines & Lessors

Emirates Takes U.S. Capacity Up To 60% Of Pre-Pandemic Levels

By Kurt Hofmann Jul 22, 2021
Launch of Miami service raises the number of U.S. destinations in the Emirates network to 12.
Airports & Networks

Emirates Resumes India Flights, Boosts Jordan Capacity

By David Casey Jun 21, 2021
Emirates plans to resume carrying passengers from India, Nigeria and South Africa following the easing of entry restrictions to Dubai and will ramp up capacity to Jordan ahead of Eid al-Adha, one of the most important festivals in the Muslim calendar.  
Airports & Networks

Emirates To Resume Venice Flights As Italy Eases Restrictions

By Aaron Karp Jun 01, 2021
Starting June 2, Italy will waive its mandatory 10-day quarantine rule.
Airlines & Lessors