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Emirates accused of telling “fairy tales”

Calin-RovinescuYesterday, the Emirates Airline was accused by Calin Rovinescu, Air Canada's chief executive of telling "fairy tales" about the economic benefits greater access would create in Canada, which only led to a rise to the fight to limit Emirates Airline's access to the Canadian market.

If explained in simple words, then the market between Canada and the UAE has not established to an extent where more capacity is assured.

Mr. Rovinescu said, "There are already more airline seats being flown between Dubai and Canada than there are people to fill them."

Emirates vows to honour 100-mn pound deal with Arsenal

Emirates vows to honour 100-mn pound deal with ArsenalLondon, Jan 7 : Emirates, the official shirt and stadium sponsors of Arsenal, has insisted that they will honour their 15-year 100 million pound deal despite the financial crisis.

The Gunners and Emirates Airlines agreed the package in 2004. It has been suggested the club would renegotiate the shirt deal, which has five seasons to run.

But Emirates will remain the Premier League club''s chosen backers and the company reiterated their commitment, The Sun reports.

Emirates-Virgin Blue deal offers 'Australia pass'

EmiratesEmirates Airline has announced that it has inked mutual agreement with Australian budget airline Virgin Blue with the aim to introduce "Emirates Visit Australia Pass", which will provide unprecedented access to the country.

The sources said that the move takes the interline agreement inked between the two airlines last month a step forward, with the pass offering domestic connections to 22 additional Australian destinations on Virgin Blue from all four Australian cities served by Emirates: Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

Emirates to increase Beirut flights

Emirates to increase Beirut flightsEmirates has decided to roll out nine additional flights to Beirut, Lebanon, in August in order to keep up with customer demand during the busy summer season.

The sources said that the additional flights will give the Dubai to Beirut service an important boost.

At present, Emirates operates 17 weekly flights between Dubai and Beirut. During August the carrier will add 18 additional flights between Dubai and Beirut.

The sources said that demand for travel to Beirut from Dubai on the Emirates network is usually very high during summer.  




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