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Emirates received authorization to fly to Mexico via Barcelona

The airline based in the United Arab Emirates plans to start a route between Dubai and Mexico with a stopover in Barcelona before the end of the year. Emirates reported that the Minister of Development and the Secretary of State for Infrastructure, Transport and Housing of Mexico authorized the airline to operate flights between Mexico City and Dubai with a stopover in Barcelona. In turn, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation of Spain granted the fifth freedom to the company, which will allow it to transport passengers and cargo between…

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Emirates will fly to Chile from the month of July

Five weekly flights will link Dubai and Santiago, with stops in São Paulo. The airline Emirates will start a new route to Latin America. The capital of Chile, Santiago, will become the fourth destination of the company in South America from next July 5. Flights between Dubai and Santiago will take a stopover in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, so the stretch between the last two cities will also be exploited. Emirates currently flies to São Paulo with daily flights operated with the Airbus A380, to which the additional…

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Emirates will make changes to its Dubai-New York flights

In the coming months, the airline will stop operating one of its flights to JFK and add a daily nonstop to Newark. Emirates reported a change in flights between Dubai and New York. The airline decided to suspend the operation of flight EK207/208 that connects the Dubai International Airport (DXB), in the United Arab Emirates, with the New York-John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), of the United States. The suspension of this flight will take place on March 25 next. Meanwhile, Emirates will add a nonstop daily flight between Dubai International Airport (DXB)…

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Relief for the Airbus A380: Emirates ordered 36 aircraft for 16 billion

The largest international airline in the world placed a large order which means a relief for the current situation of the Airbus A380. Emirates today announced the signing of an order for 36 Airbus A380 aircraft, with 20 firm orders and 16 options, valued at $ 16,000 million ($ 58,700 million from the United Arab Emirates). The Emirates A380 aircraft use GE and Rolls-Royce engines and the airline is now evaluating the engine options for the aircraft of the new order. Emirates owns 101 aircraft Airbus A380, which added to…

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