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Aviation

Emirates to roll out spectacular premium economy product on Sydney flights

The new cabin class offers an alternative to being packed in like a tin of Cole’s sardines. Think of it as more akin to a tin of Ortiz anchovies.

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Aviation

Qantas and Emirates extend “seismic” partnership

It appears the marriage of Qantas and Emirates is still a happy one, with the two carriers renewing their vows.

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Tourism

7 big travel stories you may have missed during the Christmas break

Out of touch with the news cycle after the Christmas hols? Here’s a recap of the biggest stories to get you up to speed.

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Aviation

Emirates “stands on its own feet” against US carriers

by Hannah Edensor

In more of the ‘he said, she said’ spat between UAE and US carriers, Emirates says “The Big 3 are far from being ‘harmed’ financially by Emirates’ operations.”

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Aviation

Emirates says US dispute won’t end badly

by Hannah Edensor

Emirates says the dispute between US and Gulf carriers won’t “end in tears”, a day after Qatar threatens to leave Oneworld.

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Aviation

Tim Clark says alliances are the “old way”

by Zoe Samios

Emirates president Tim Clark claims alliances are now the “old way” of doing business, with passengers now focused on finding good value.

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Aviation

Emirates to ‘deal a sledgehammer’ to US allegations

by Zoe Samios

Emirates president Tim Clark confirmed the airline will respond, in time, to allegations by the US government over unfair state subsidies.

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News

Qantas, Emirates differ on alliance stance

Qantas boss Alan Joyce has underlined the airline’s commitment to the Oneworld Alliance, despite his Emirates counterpart, Tim Clark, insisting […]

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Emirates Australia network at "optimal point"

Emirates is unlikely to expand its Australian footprint after acknowledging that 14 daily flights from Dubai is sufficient to satisfy […]

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