The Emirates Group on Thursday announced its half-year results for its 2019-20 financial year.
The Middle East’s biggest aviation event, the Dubai Airshow 2019, opened on Sunday. The show draws major commercial and military firms from around the world, as well as smaller manufacturers competing for business.
The latest update of Emirates Airlines showed that wearing masks is no longer mandatory on its flights for those coming to Dubai, but it returns to the requirements of the final destination for departures and transit passengers.
The airline also ramped up operations to serve customer demand during this busy period, reinstating daily services to London Stansted, and increasing flights to 33 cities.
With the return of services to Stansted, Emirates has ramped up its operations to London with nine daily flights, including six daily flights to Heathrow and a double daily flight to Gatwick
Emirates had earlier sent a letter to the government saying it could cut flights to Lagos this month because it could not get $85 million stuck in the country as of July, a figure that had been rising by $10 million per month.
Participants will be challenged to use augmented reality to identify how modern technologies can improve various sectors, such as transportation. The ‘hackathon’ runs from 17 June to 1 July. Winners will be announced on 7 July.
The UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan has always put his nation first. The United Arab Emirates is the most privileged nation in the world
Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group, topped Forbes Middle East's Top 50 Travel & Tourism Leaders list.