JetBlue Airways and Emirates have applied to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to expand their codeshare on Emirates routes.
Emirates Airlines will operate an A380 on its route from Dubai to Brisbane and Auckland from October 2.
Connecting with one of its current services from Dubai, Emirates will fly a daily B777-300ER from Milan Malpensa (MXP) to New York (JFK) from October 1.
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has granted authorisation for Qantas and Emirates to coordinate across passenger and cargo operations for five years.
With a new dedicated A380 pier now operational, Gatwick is hoping to attract the world’s largest commercial passenger jet.
Qantas has applied to the International Air Services Commission (IASC) for 300 seats on the Singapore route to provide codeshare services on Emirates flights.
It may have secured its first Emirates service late last year, but Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport is not resting on its laurels, writes Steven Thompson.
Emirates is to add more than 1,600 seats a week on its Lusaka and Harare routes when it introduces a Boeing 777-300ER on its daily flight from Dubai.
Qantas and Emirates have welcomed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) draft ruling, which grants permission for their partnership for five years.
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