- published: 21 Mar 2013
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Qantas and Emirates have formed a partnership, making your world more connected than ever before. Together, Qantas and Emirates will fly between Australia and Dubai, and onwards to three continents. Whether travelling with Qantas or Emirates, you can enjoy world-class product and service and a seamless passenger experience. Find out more at qantas.com/qantasandemirates
Emirates and Qantas have announced a new global aviation partnership that will give customers a seamless international and Australian network, exclusive frequent flyer benefits and world‐class travel experiences. The global partnership will provide customers a seamless global network covering Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East and the U.S. The collaboration between the two airlines will deliver the best network, schedules, lounges, frequent flyer program and customer experience. The partnership will also offer passengers a luxurious travel experience on a modern fleet including A380 network in the world, serving 22 destinations with more to be announced soon For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/OVqsDh
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Get further info and all the relevant links from In this episode we're going to look at the Qantas and Emirates merger and its pros and cons for travellers.
http://www.euronews.com/ Australia's struggling Qantas Airways has agreed to a 10-year alliance with Dubai's Emirates, a key step in efforts to turn around its loss-making international business. Dubai will become the hub for Qantas' European flights from March 2013, replacing Singapore, and the two airlines will coordinate pricing, sales and schedules Qantas will end its existing relationship with British Airways. "A key objective is to make Qantas International strong and viable, and bring it back to profitability," Qantas Chief Executive Officer Alan Joyce told reporters. "This partnership will help us do that." Joyce said the airline remained committed to reaching break-even in its international business in the 2015 financial year. He declined to comment on analysts' estimates...
Who is the greatest footballer of all time? Join two football greats, Pelé and Cristiano Ronaldo as they connect with fans in the Emirates A380 Onboard Lounge. Everyone has a favourite player, and in our new video fans meet theirs as they fly Emirates. Emirates is connecting fans with their passions in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup hosted this summer in Brazil, where fans will see some of the greatest footballers in action. So who's your all-time great? Tell us in the comments and share the moment. Visit http://bit.ly/EKAllTimeGreats for more information #AllTimeGreats
Speaking at the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, California, UAE Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba discussed the UAE’s efforts to counter extremists and confront Iranian interference in Yemen and throughout the region. He also highlighted the deep security partnership between the UAE and the US, and emphasized the importance of America’s ongoing commitment to its allies in the Middle East. The Ambassador underscored the UAE’s efforts to offer a new vision for the region that is based on tolerance, openness, opportunity and innovation.
http://www.euronews.com/ Two A380 double decker jets have taken part in a special flypast over Sydney, to mark a new alliance between Australia's Qantas Airways and Emirates. Struggling Qantas has severed a partnership with British Airways and switched its hub to Dubai for European flights. "This is one of the most important days in Qantas' 92 years history. Our partnership with Emirates is probably the biggest partnership deal that Qantas will ever do," said Alan Joyce, Qantas Chief Executive Officer. Commenting on the special flypast, Tim Clark, Emirates Chief Executive Officer, said: "For somebody as old as me, who's been in this business for as long as I have, I still got goose pimples watching those two magnificent airplanes flying so low and flying so well." Qantas announced th...
The Qantas alliance with Emirates will unambiguously improve its bottom line compared to a world without it, as is reflected in the 13 per cent lift in the share price over the past 24 hours or so. The "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em", strategy is an admission that the airline can't compete with Emirates on price (or costs), product and network footprint in Europe. Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/business/emirates-pact-will-help-stem-qantas-losses-20120907-25iwb.html#ixzz25lYzs3AP
Emirates and Arsenal Football Club today announced a new £150 million deal which grants the airline a five year extension to their shirt partnership with the Club until the end of the 2018/2019 season. As part of the deal Arsenal's home will continue to be knows as Emirates Stadium up to 2028
One of Emirates` A380`s received a new special livery. This time a few soccer players of Real Madrid were painted on the A380 to show the partnership between Emirates and Real Madrid. Nice to see this A380 at Düsseldorf just a few days after it started flying. I am sorry for not uploading anything within the past 5 weeks. I was very sick and was lying in the bed without being able to do anything. I am glad I am healthy again and now I` ll be back with my weekly upload :) Thanks for watching, I hope you liked it and please don` t forget to rate.
Two of the world's leading airlines have formed a global partnership. We offer the largest shared A380 network, exceptional lounges here and abroad and award-winning service -a truly aligned travel experience. Find out more at qantas.com/qantasandemirates As at 5 April 2013, parts of the Qantas/Emirates partnership (including Qantas codeshares on some Emirates services) remain subject to government and regulatory approvals.
Emirates' five-year partnership with Qantas sealed in 2013 has reaped fruitful results for both airlines, with the latter reporting as much as a sixfold jump in business.
(25 Apr 2017) LEADIN: The CEO of Emirates Airline says he doesn't understand the US-initiated ban on carrying certain personal electronic items in hand luggage from some Muslim-majority countries. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum says he believes security at Dubai's airport is better than many not on the banned list. STORYLINE: The chairman and CEO of Dubai's long-haul carrier Emirates says he doesn't understand the US ban on laptops and other personal electronics in carry-on luggage from 10 cities in Muslim-majority countries. "Why it is in the belly of the aircraft, why it is not there?" Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum puzzles. But he adds the airline must respect rules brought in by other countries. He claims that security at some other airports where there is no such ban is ...
Emirates SkyCargo, the world’s largest international cargo airline, has operated the first of its scheduled weekly freighter service to Luxembourg on 12 June 2017. Emirates SkyCargo’s freighter operation between Luxembourg and Dubai World Central is one of the first steps in the implementation of the strategic operational partnership between Emirates SkyCargo and Cargolux Airlines announced in May this year.
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Get further info and all the relevant links from http://go.flybtm.com/t In this episode, Jake covers Qantas and Emirates partnership agreement almost a done deal, Asiana unveils OZ First Suite as Star Alliance to debut Super Lounge and VA announces A330 Christmas upgrade. Get further info and all the relevant links from http://go.flybtm.com/t
Wayne Davies, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Emirates, delivered the closing keynote at the MENA Talent Awards 2016 addressing the topic of 'Passion at Work' and how it can change not only companies but people. To see more from the MENA Talent Awards, visit us here: http://bit.ly/2gVFm4V
Fly Emirates Business Class and First Class. Emirates Airline Business Class and First Class services from Brisbane to Dubai. Check out the First Class spa in Dubai Airport. Emirates Airline is constantly expanding and has recently formed a partnership with Qantas. Emirates has been flying out of Brisbane for many years and currently has flights direct to Dubai, which is a hub for its network of hundreds of destinations in over 65 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Indian subcontinent, North America, South America, and the Asia-Pacific. Since launching in 1985, the airline has grown to 157 aircraft including 15 A380s. It has the biggest fleet of Boeing 777s. Dubai's futuristic Terminal 3 is dedicated solely to Emirates and has two First Class lounges and a Business C...