Dubai-based Emirates airline today launched a new service from Dubai to Yinchuan and Zhengzhou, two of the fastest growing cities in Midwest China, expanding the airline's offering on the mainland to five, including Beijing, Shanghai, and Gu
A child born to a nurse onboard a Philippines bound Emirates flight died at a hospital in India last week, a report said.
Forty-year-old Grace Alexandria was returning to her country from Dubai when she gave birth to a baby girl,
Dubai-based bank Emirates NBD has launched a new tablet banking app for its workers that aims to reduce the waiting and transaction time of customers at its branches.
The tablet banking app will enable branch service ambassadors, acting
Emirates has expanded the network of destinations served by its flagship A380 aircraft with the launch of new scheduled services to Taipei and Prague, becoming the first and only airline to operate an A380 into these two cities.
European planemaker Airbus should do a better job selling its A380 superjumbo, according to Emirates, the aircraft's biggest buyer and most vocal supporter within the airline industry.
Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktou
Dubai-based Emirates airline is expected to carry about 55 million passengers this year, an increase from 51 million passengers last year, the airline's chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum said.
The airline's load f
Emirates Park Zoo and Resort is participating at this year's Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2016, to promote the exclusive offers and events they have introduced for the summer season.
The CEO of Emirates Park Zoo and Resort Aali
Dubai’s Emirates airline saw over 7 million passengers travel to and from the GCC, Middle East and North Africa last year.
Catering to its growing customer base in the region, Emirates offers a variety of thoughtful product and se
All Emirates customers travelling in any of the airline's three cabin classes on outbound African flights will now benefit from the increase in free baggage allowance based on the piece concept (individual piece of luggage).
Emirates has ordered two Airbus 380s, which will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2017, the Dubai-based airline said in a statement on Wednesday.
The airline already operates 75 of the superjumbos, while the addition of these