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Emirates opens dedicated lounge at Glasgow Airport

of its lounge at Glasgow Airport by the airline’s President Sir Tim Clark.  Emirates is the first ... Tim Clark. Emirates is celebrating the start of the Commonwealth Games ... Clark.   Emirates is the first international airline to open a dedicated lounge at Glasgow Airport ...

Press Release - 24/07/2014 - 08:17 - comment 0

The counter-hypothetical: Malaysia airlines downing 'could have been avoided,' says Emirates

to Sir Tim Clark, president of Dubai-based Emirates Airline. A ground-to-air missile is believed ... 298 people on board, could have been avoided, according to Sir Tim Clark, president of Dubai-based Emirates Airline.A ground-to-air missile is believed to have hit the airline when it was flying over ...

14/09/2014 - 20:46 - comment 0

Gambling with billions? Emirates airlines 'took a risk' with buying world's largest airplane

the airline’s president Tim Clark has said, but the risk was worth taking. Emirates ordered 11 A380s when Airbus ... the world’s largest ever commercial airplane, the airline’s president Tim Clark has said. ... ever commercial airplane, the airline’s president Tim Clark has said, but the risk was worth ...

06/01/2014 - 13:05 - comment 0

Emirates airlines completes paperwork for airbus shopping spree

Airshow last month. Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline, signed the firm contract in a recent visit ... delivery of half of this order before the first quarter of 2018. Emirates Airline ... headlines, Transport & Shipping, UAE) Emirates Airline has finalised paperwork on its $23 billion ...

11/06/2014 - 12:14 - comment 0

Not a 'bottomless pit of cash'! Emirates airlines refuses to bail out struggling partner Qantas

Emirates president Tim Clark said he is carefully watching developments at alliance partner Qantas, ... & Poor’s, which cut its rating to “junk” status. Emirates president Tim Clark said he is carefully watching developments at alliance partner Qantas , but ruled out throwing ...

17/12/2013 - 14:33 - comment 0

Emirates to fly 70 million passengers in 2020

to support and capitalise on this growth. These plans were unveiled by Emirates Airline President Tim Clark ... Airline President Tim Clark yesterday at a presentation to delegates of Bureau International des ... by international passenger traffic,” said Mr Clark.  He added: “However, being the biggest airline in the world ...

Press Release - 24/10/2013 - 04:36 - comment 0

Emirates named Airline of the Year for 2011 by Air Transport World

Transport World on Tuesday, February 8, as the airline’s President Tim Clark received the ‘Airline ... industry title Air Transport World last night, Tuesday, February 8, as the airline’s President Tim Clark ... Tuesday, February 8, as the airline’s President Tim Clark received the ‘Airline of the Year’ award ...

Press Release - 10/02/2011 - 10:04 - comment 0

Emirates welcomes Argentina ahead of Buenos Aires launch

Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group, and Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline, greet E. Enrique Meyer, Argentina’s Tourism Minister at the Arabian Travel Market ... Group, and Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline, greet E. ...

Press Release - 03/05/2011 - 12:11 - comment 0

Emirates announces second destination in the Philippines

in the Philippines,” said Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline. “I would like to extend Emirates’ thanks ... 2013 it will begin daily, non-stop flights to Clark International Airport, the airline’s second ... airlines, announced on Monday that from 1st October 2013 it will begin daily, non-stop flights to Clark ...

Press Release - 18/02/2013 - 12:12 - comment 0

Emirates calls for emergency global airline meeting post-MH17 disaster

a potential rethink of the threats posed by regional conflicts.Tim Clark, president of Dubai’s Emirates ... to do with airlines,” Clark told Reuters in a telephone interview.He said the International Air ... The head of one of the world’s largest airlines has ...

21/07/2014 - 04:00 - comment 0