The 777-200LR will also likely be a placeholder aircraft for Emirates until the carrier takes further action on a medium-sized widebody aircraft order, namely, the 787 or Airbus A350. The 777-200LR is still highly fuel-inefficient compared to the 787 or ... · 20 hours ago
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Emirates has thus far been unsuccessful in wooing Qantas ... With the existing aircraft backlog there is not need for significant growth. And there is no rule that aircraft orders have to be announced at airshows (Gulf …
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation · 2/8/2016
Additionally, Emirates has 257 wide-bodied aircraft on order, worth more than US$122 billion, and is the leading customer of the Airbus A380 with 72 in its fleet and 68 on order. It is due to its rapid, dynamic expansion …
The Malta Independent · 2/8/2016
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Airbus said the ANA order lifted total orders for the A380 to 319, with 179 already delivered to 13 airlines. Emirates is the A380’s largest customer, having ordered 140 of the type. Closer to home, Qantas has 12 A380s …
Australian Aviation · 2/1/2016
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The sale of a dozen new A380s represents a major victory for Airbus, which has gained a new customer in almost three years after the last order placed by Emirates at the 2013 Dubai Air Show. Since then, the Very Large Aircraft experienced two order ... · 2/2/2016
BERLIN—Emirates would order up to 200 Airbus A380neos if Airbus decided to launch the updated version of the aircraft, its top executive says. “We would replace our old fleet and need to take more for growth,” Emirates Airline President Tim Clark ...
Aviation Week · 3/4/2015
With 155 Boeing 777s in service and a further 190 on order, the aircraft is the backbone of the Emirates fleet and very popular with customers.
Times of Zambia · 2/2/2016
Emirates Airlines has handed a rich opportunity to Boeing (BA) by canceling orders worth $16 billion for 70 of Airbus’s (AIR ... Matlack is a Paris correspondent for Bloomberg Businessweek. Oil Prices Could Jump 50% by the End of 2016 Goldman Sachs ...
Bloomberg · 6/11/2014
The order is Rolls’ biggest since its record-breaking £6.1bn deal in April last year to power 50 Airbus A380 superjumbos for airline Emirates, one of the largest-ever UK export contracts. The Emirates agreement was an …
Daily Telegraph · 2/1/2016
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Airbus is to get a second chance to sell its new A350 aircraft to Emirates Airline after the fast-growing Gulf carrier revealed it would take a fresh look at the case for buying the long-range passenger jet, in a head-to-head contest with Boeing’s 787 ...
Financial Times · ByAndrew Parker · 6/23/2014