• Miami HeraldDubai-based Emirates and flydubai to more closely integrate

    Emirates, the Middle East’s largest airline, and budget carrier flydubai have announced plans to more closely integrate their operations. The two airlines operate independently, but are owned by the same entity, the… Read the story on Miami Herald.

  • Kansas City StarDubai-based Emirates and flydubai to more closely integrate

    Emirates, the Middle East’s largest airline, and budget carrier flydubai have announced plans to more closely integrate their operations. The two airlines operate independently, but are owned by the same entity, the… Read the story on Kansas City Star.

  • FOX NewsChina fines Emirates after plane flew at wrong height

    China’s civil aviation authority says it has fined Dubai-based airline Emirates and barred it from adding new routes in China over the next six months after two of its flights were cited for unsafe operations. Read more on FOX News.

  • ReutersChina censures Emirates airline after two safety incidents

    SHANGHAI China’s civil aviation authority has fined the world’s largest longhaul carrier, Dubai-based Emirates, and barred it from adding new destinations and aircraft in China for six months, following two incidents of “unsafe operations”.Airline crew were responsible for an April 17 incident in which an aircraft flew at the wrong height and another on May 18, when a plane temporarily Read more...

  • MashableEmirates already tweeted a joke about the electronics ban

    Emirates is one of the nine airlines on which U.S. officials have banned passengers from bringing electronics on board from certain Middle Eastern and African airports into the U.S.  That’s everything from your tablet to your portable DVD player that has to be stowed away and not available to entertain you on some really long international flights. But the Dubai-based Read more...