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3 Aug
Dubai's Emirates airline says it plans to reduce the number of flights to Nigeria's Lagos because of trouble repatriating funds.
19 Jan 2021
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15 Apr 2020
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9 May 2019
Ganduje on Wednesday signed into law the creation of four new Emirates. The Emirates created are for Gaya, Bichi, Karaye, and Rano.
14 Feb 2019
Airbus is scrapping its A380 double decker, marking the end of the jumbo jet era. Production of the plane maker’s flagship model will end by 2021 after a handful of remaining buyers including Emirates who received their last orders.
3 Feb 2019
Emirates is considering switching some — or even all — of its order for the four-engine superjumbo jet. Without the Emirates deal, the iconic Airbus A380 has no future, according to analysts.
10 Oct 2018
Airbus's latest order for as many as 36 A380s is said to have stalled because of problems with the engines. It's a deal worth about $16B and was seen as a lifeline for the A380. Emirates is the biggest customer for the aircraft.
9 Jun 2017
Peter Burling and Emirates advance to next round of America's Cup playoffs with defeat and elimination of Ben Ainslie and Land Rover BAR.

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