UAE-based Islamic financial institution Emirates Islamic today launched the ‘Bring Happiness’ social media campaign, which aims to connect people in need with those who can offer their support.
The initiative was launched to
Emirates is to operate its daily non-stop services between Dubai and Auckland with an A380 aircraft, less than a year after operating the flights with a Boeing 777-200LR.
Emirates’ flagship double-decker A380s will operate o
Vienna Airport was a place of celebration yesterday (June 22) as Emirates’ milestone 80th A380 aircraft made a star appearance, flying in direct from the Airbus production facility in Hamburg.
Austrian dignitaries, officials
Dubai's Emirates airline, the world’s largest operator of the Airbus A380, will be taking delivery of its 80th A380 on June 21.
This will be followed by the launch of a daily A380 service to Vienna, Emirates’ 41st
Unikai, one of the largest FMCG companies in the UAE, has joined forces with EcoLab and Zebak Emirates to bring food production and quality to the next level.
The deals, to be implemented over five years, will see Zebak Emirates b
Passengers travelling to Melbourne, Australia will now have another direct flight option with Emirates announcing a new nonstop service from Dubai from October 30, 2016.
Operated by an Emirates B777-300ER aircraft, EK408 will depa
Emirates is expanding its cultural sponsorship portfolio and announced today that it has signed a new multi-year sponsorship deal as the Official Airline of the New York Philharmonic.
The contract begins June 2016 and will last fo
Emirates airline has announced that it will upgrade one of the two daily flights servicing its Dubai-Moscow route to an A380-800, commencing December 1.
Since Emirates started flying from its Dubai hub to Moscow in 2003, the
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Emirates Airline, UAE’s leading airline, aiming to utilise the airline's global network to further boost inbound tourist arrivals to Thailand,
Emirates, the world’s biggest international airline, may offer premium-economy seats in a reversal of its resistance to a class combining a touch of luxury with reasonable fares, as declining oil revenues prompt Middle Eastern customers to