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Old April 9th, 2007, 11:33 PM   #121
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Etihad puts India centre stage for growth plans
By Ivan Gale, Staff Reporter



Dubai: Etihad Airways is making India the centrepiece of its growth plans.

"India is the cornerstone market for Etihad," Iain Burns, vice-president of communications, told Gulf News yesterday.

"Both it and the UAE are growing into positions as world-class holiday and business destinations. As the second-fasted growing economy in world, India will demand frequent travel to the Middle East and this will continue for the foreseeable future."

Top among its goals is the doubling of flights to Mumbai and New Delhi, two of Etihad's most successful flights with seat factors of 80 per cent, compared to the carrier's overall average of 67 per cent.

Two weeks ago, the airline concluded its latest round of bilateral talks with the Indian authorities over new air rights. The discussions yielded Etihad two new destinations, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram, as well as increase from three to seven flights a week to New Delhi and an additional 15 seats per day on flights to Mumbai.

Additionally, Etihad has singled out Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabdad as potential new destinations.

The extra New Delhi flights will begin in June, as will the launch of Etihad's four-times weekly Kochi service. Thrice-weekly flights to Thiruvananthapuram, in the southern state of Kerala, will begin in late May.

Etihad is borrowing up to $1.2 billion to finance the buying one aircraft every month this year, and Burns said two Airbus A340s with 240 seating capacity will be devoted to the Indian market.

Since 2005, one of Etihad's stated aims was the doubling of its highly successful route to Mumbai, the commercial heart of India, from seven to 14 flights a week.

Gaining the necessary approvals has until now proved elusive, but Burns said this would be a hot topic when Etihad and the Abu Dhabi Government next meets with their Indian counterparts.

Adjusting flight times

Etihad Airways says its will increase in its seat load factor by eight per cent in the next eight months, after it modified its flight times to connect with more forwarding flights.

The Abu Dhabi airline's planes are on average 67 per cent full, but this will rise to 75 per cent this year, said Iain Burns, vice president of communications.

"It's going to jump because of changes to our scheduled flight times to Abu Dhabi to increase connecting ability from flights going west to east and north to south," he told Gulf News.

Etihad's new service to Sydney, for example, will be timed to coincide with the Dublin to Abu Dhabi route to give passengers the option of flying with Etihad the entire way.

"We've been doing a huge amount of work over the last six months to have far better connections for holiday makers and business travellers," Burns said.

http://gulfnews.com/business/Aviation/10117071.html
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Emirates to build Dubai call centre



Dubai: Emirates airline plans to spend as much as Dh200 million to open a new call centre with 500 employees in the Dubai Outsource Zone, scheduled for completion in 2008.

Details on the 100,000 square-foot call, contact and data centre were officially announced at a groundbreaking ceremony yesterday, close to where Emirates plans to build a university in the adjacent Dubai Academic City.

The estimated investment is between Dh150 million and Dh200 million. Construction will start in a couple of weeks and is expected to continue until mid-2008.
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Oh cool, now i get to speak to some dumb-arse from Bangalore who doesn't understand the concept of "customer service" and calls himself James. Nice.
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But isnt it nice knowing he isnt in bangalore?
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Old April 11th, 2007, 07:48 PM   #125
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No. It's actually quite scary.
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Emirates to use A380s on budget livery
By Saifur Rahman, Business News Editor



Dubai: Emirates could use A380s on its low-cost livery, when launched, a top official hinted although saying that a budget brand is a 'possibility' without any 'definite plans'.

"It's still a possibility, it could happen but there are no definite plans yet," Maurice Flanagan, executive vice-chairman of Emirates Airline and Group, told Gulf News yesterday.

"However, we could surprise everyone when we are ready."

The airline, which now commands a premium on its fare due to a strong reputation in the market and its service delivery, could lose passengers on popular routes as others offer cheaper rates.

Emirates ticket price on European routes are well above Dh2,200-mark while airlines like KLM offers Dubai-London or Dubai-Frankfurt return tickets for Dh1,750.

Emirates officials are confident of not losing passengers to others, as the airline has been filling aircraft with passengers.

Its passenger seat load factor increased to 76.2 per cent from 75.9 per cent the previous year. Traffic increased by 21.6 per cent to 12,643 million tonne-kilometres, and keeping pace with a capacity increase of 22.9 per cent to 19,414 million tonne-kilometres. Breakeven load factor remained relatively low and improved marginally to 59.9 per cent from 60.2 per cent last year.

"We will not lose passengers to others," a confident Ghaith Al Ghaith, Emirate's executive vice-president for Commercial Operations Worldwide – who is also Emirates top Emariti executive, told Gulf News.

He said, the airline will not impose any fuel surcharge. "We will add premium on the fares, rather than increase fuel surcharge," he said.

"We are filling all our planes with passengers, so why should we reduce fares? If we receive 100 new aircraft today, we'll be able to fill them up."

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Delta prepares to start Dubai flights
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Dubai: Delta Air Lines, the American airline that successfully completed a restructuring and exited bankruptcy recently, announced yesterday its plans to link Dubai with its global hub in Atlanta from June 1.

"We will start with five flights a week and intends to scale it up to daily flights. Considering the growing business and tourist traffic between the US and Dubai we are confident of increasing the frequency in the near future," said Jimmy Eichelgruen, Delta regional director of sales for the Middle East.

Delta promises take travellers from Dubai anywhere in North America by the following day. Delta flight DL7 will depart from five times per week Dubai at 10:45 in the evening and touch down in Atlanta at 5:40am next day.

The early morning arrival in Atlanta will enable customers to take advantage of the onward connections from Atlanta, which has services to over 230 destinations.

These include flights to all 50 US states as well as 70 international stops in 45 countries, Delta said in a statement yesterday.

"The flight timings are very convenient. Thanks to the time difference, passengers can do a day's work in Dubai, have dinner, pack, and be in Atlanta in time for breakfast," said Eichelgruen.

The new service to Atlanta has been launched with a promotional price of Dh3,310 return in economy and Dh15,140 in business class. Delta will operate the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft seating up to 268 passengers with 50 seats in Business class.

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woo-hoo! one less reason to fly through Europe.
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todays Airliners.net photo of the day-

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First flight from Atlanta touches down


The first nonstop flight from Atlanta in the United States landed at Dubai international airport yesterday evening with 250 passengers.

The arrival signalled the start of a new service from Delta Airlines, offering five direct flights a week between the emirate and the city in the state of Georgia. The flight was scheduled to return to the US at 10.45pm last night carrying 208 passengers.

The travel time is expected to be 14 hours between Atlanta and Dubai. Among the VIP passengers travelling on the maiden flight were the executive vice-president of Delta Airlines, Lee MacEnczak.

“We are excited to expand our global reach.

“This new route to Dubai will not only serve to increase commerce and tourism between the Gulf and the United States, but will also provide our customers with convenient connections throughout the US, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Tony Charaf, Delta’s senior vice-president for technical operations.

“Our new service will mean greater travel options for UAE business and leisure passengers flying beyond Atlanta along with providing multiple opportunities for freight forwarders and cargo shippers.

“Delta is the only carrier to serve all 50 US states, and passengers can fly on to around 190 destinations including Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington, DC and Orlando as well as international desti nations such as Mexico City, Bermuda and Caracas [Venezuela],” said Charaf.

Delta will operate the new route using Boeing 777200ER aircraft, which seat up to 268 passengers and featuring Delta’s refurbished and highly-touted business and economy class service.

All flights between the two cities will have Arabic speaking flight attendants on-board.
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That's good news. Let's just hope this helps illiminate some of American's ignorance towards the region, and vice versa.
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and the question that started the first part of this thread has finally been answered


Emirates takes off for Toronto


Emirates, one of the world's most successful and fastest-growing international airlines, has announced its plans to start services to Toronto, a first gateway for the airline in Canada starting 29th October 2007.



Emirates will fly its Boeing 777-300ER offering eight luxurious private suites in First class, 42 of its latest lie-flat seats in Business class, and generous space for 304 passengers in Economy.


The international service is subject to government approval.

The non-stop service between Dubai and Toronto is planned to operate three times a week. Emirates will fly its Boeing 777-300ER on the route, offering 354 seats in a three-class configuration with six tonnes of cargo capacity from Dubai to Toronto and 12 tonnes from Toronto to Dubai.

HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group said: 'Responding to market demand, the new route will provide a first direct link between Canada's largest city and Dubai, providing also convenient, ongoing access to the Middle East, Africa and the South Asian Subcontinent. We anticipate this route will be very popular, connecting Canada to our global network of soon to be over 90 cities worldwide.'

'This year marks a substantial investment in expanded services in North America, and with enhancements to our 777-300ER, we certainly look forward to launching operations in Toronto in October.'

The planned new route will provide travellers with access to all major Canadian centres with excellent connections available through Toronto's Pearson International Airport. Identified as the country's financial centre as well as for its world-class restaurants, cultural venues, trade exhibitions and hundreds of festivals each year, Toronto offers business and leisure travellers a host of reasons to fly the northern skies.

The Dubai-Toronto non-stop service will take 14 hours and 20 minutes and a return journey of just over 13 hours.

Making comfort a top concern on the long-haul journey, the aircraft will be fitted with eight luxurious private suites in First class, 42 of its latest lie-flat seats in Business class, and a comfortable Economy-class cabin for 304 passengers.

Passengers in all classes will enjoy the award-winning service from Emirates' international cabin crew recruited from over 100 countries around the world; meals prepared by gourmet chefs; as well as the airline's cutting-edge 'ice' (information, communication, entertainment) system, which offers a selection of over 600 channels of entertainment on demand and the ability to send and receive email and text messages from their personal in-seat entertainment systems.

Pending government approval, Toronto will be one of five new Emirates destinations in 2007. Earlier this year, Emirates announced plans to start services to Venice in July, Newcastle in September, Sao Paulo in October and Houston in December. Emirates' global route network currently spans 87 cities in 60 countries across Africa, Europe, the Far East, Indian Subcontinent, and North America.
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finally. loads of people in duba were sick of flying etihad there which sucks.
but I still don't get why emirates doesnt offer any flights to spain?
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Emirates to launch world's first water limousine airport transfer service

Emirates is about to become the only airline in the world to offer a water limousine airport transfer service.


Cruising - Emirates' Water Limousine Airport Transfer Service for premium passengers starts with the launch of the Dubai-Venice route on July 1st. Emirates is the only airline in the world to offer such a service.

The scenic transfer will start on July 1st when Emirates begins its non-stop service from Dubai to Venice, the city world-famous for its canals.

The Emirates' Water Limousine will be available exclusively to Emirates' First and Business class passengers arriving in, and departing from Venice.

Passengers will be transported in comfort aboard partially enclosed Riva-style boats from a dedicated pontoon next to Venice International Airport.

The short and pleasant ride from the airport, on the Italian Mainland, to the Venetian archipelago avoids the sometimes heavily congested journey by road.

The introduction of the Emirates' Water Limousine also means passengers can reach hotels using one mode of transport rather than two. Normally, passengers would take a car from the airport and then require a public water taxi for the final leg of the journey.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, Emirates' Executive Vice President, Commercial Operations Worldwide, said: "We have been excited about the water limousine service since first discussing the possibility some time ago and now the arrangements are in place for a superb premium traveller logistical treat. This, after all, is a place sometimes nicknamed the "City of Water," so it is apt that Emirates is incorporating water, and the convenience it provides, into its service."
Mr Al Ghaith added: "Emirates has a strong track record of pioneering offerings. Nowadays, our passengers, and the market in general, expect innovative ideas and that is precisely what we have here. We expect this to be a popular, relaxing way to end or begin a journey."

The water limousine airport transfer service will initially be operated on a trial basis and reviewed after three months.

Venice will be Emirates' third gateway into Italy, supplementing the existing daily services to Milan and Rome. The new five-times-a-week service will connect the catchment area around Venice, including the Italian cities of Verona, Trieste, Florence and Bologna, as well as the neighbouring country of Slovenia, with the Emirates international network via Dubai.

Emirates will operate an Airbus A330-200 on the route which will offer a weekly capacity of just under 2,000 seats, plus 91 tonnes of cargo, in each direction.
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Emirates unveils A380 seat plan



While industry experts say Emirates will profit from integrating the new planes into its network, they note having three seating plans for the A380 fleet may be risky.

Vancouver: Emirates airline, the largest customer of Airbus A380 superjumbo aircraft, will carry a jaw-dropping 644 passengers in some of the 47 planes it has on order when it begins receiving them next year.

Maurice Flanagan, vice chairman and group president, said Emirates will design its A380s in three separate seating configurations tailor made to different routes. The highest density configuration will seat 644 in business and economy with no first class.

Routes to Sydney, Melbourne and New York will be served by a three-class configuration carrying 490 passengers, while so-called "11-hour routes" such as Dubai-London will also have three classes and carry 514 passengers, Flanagan said.

"We'll fill the planes," he promised. "At the moment, there are destinations where we just can't get the seats for them - New York and Heathrow, for example."

Emirates is the eighth largest carrier by international traffic, and a recent report by Boston Consulting Group noted they could become the largest international airline by 2012, partly due to its expansion with the A380s. The revelations for the first time offer a detailed look at how the Dubai-based airline plans to use its mammoth order of double-decker planes. But while industry experts say Emirates will profit from integrating the new planes into its network, they note having three different seating plans for the A380 fleet could be risky.

David Field, an editor with Airline Business magazine, said the plans usher in a string of firsts for an airline already known for innovation.

"There have been some 500 seat configurations (for the A380), but no other airline has announced more than one configuration, and no one has announced anything over 550 seats."

He added, "Emirates has an extremely good reputation in the industry as a high quality and highly profitable airline, so anything they do, people would look at very carefully."

Caution

But he also cautioned that in an era where the airline industry strives to simplify business plans, three different seating plans could constrain the airline if complications arose.

"The more complexity you add to different configurations, the more pitfalls you set up all the way down the line," he said. "Granted, they have a big fleet, but airlines in the US, who have dedicated one fleet type to a specific route have always run into problems. What happens when an airplane gets sick?"
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EMIRATES UNVEILS MASSIVE INVESTMENT TO SET NEW BENCHMARKS IN TRAVEL COMFORT


Emirates' enhanced First Class private suites offer the ultimate in luxury and travel comfort.

DUBAI, UAE, 14th June 2007 – Emirates, the innovative Dubai-based airline, today announced a multi-million dollar programme that will cement its leadership in providing “best in the air” travel experiences in all classes.

This massive investment will see Emirates introduce an enhanced version of its First Class private suites; lie-flat massage seats in Business Class with more personal space; Economy Class seats with extra legroom; and the industry’s largest personal TV screens in all classes; across its rapidly-expanding long-haul Boeing 777 fleet.

The new onboard product will make its first appearance on Emirates' Boeing 777-300ER ULR (Ultra Long Range) aircraft being delivered this month, and its 777-200LRs – the first of which will be delivered in August 2007.

Over the next 18 months, Emirates will receive 24 new aircraft fitted with this new product. It will also be implementing an aggressive programme to retrofit its existing Boeing 777 long-haul fleet.

Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline said: "This massive investment firmly positions Emirates’ inflight product at the zenith, and widens our competitive edge in long-haul travel. Our premium customers tell us they want more personal space, particularly on long-haul travel, and these considerations have been key in the development and refinement of our product.

“To put the scale of our investment into perspective – in the next 18 months, we will spend about AED 180 million just to install our enhanced First Class product onboard the brand new aircraft we are receiving – this figure does not include the enhancements in other classes of travel, or the retrofit programme.

“We are also close to announcing another multi-million dollar enhancement to our hugely-popular ‘ice’ inflight entertainment system. All these investments illustrate why Emirates continues to be world-class.”

Interior harmony and maximising personal space have been central to the design of Emirates’ new premium products in First Class and Business Class.

Emirates’ First Class private suites have set the benchmark for truly luxurious travel since it was first introduced in 2003. Amongst the suite’s key features are: a fully-flat bed with in-seat massage, dine-on-demand room service, in-suite personal mini bar, and sliding doors for the ultimate in privacy.

The airline has now worked closely with aircraft and seat manufacturers to provide a "corporate jet quality” feel to the First Class cabin. The enhanced Emirates First Class private suites are larger with extended floor space, more stowage room for hand baggage and a bigger personal wardrobe within the suite. It also features fine leather upholstery and a luxurious honey walnut finish. A high cabin ceiling (sans overhead bins) adds to the sense of space, and travellers can also relax at the new communal First Class bar area.

On Emirates Business Class, the multi-zone massage seats recline to a 78” long lie-flat bed, providing ample room for taller passengers. The seats ensure maximum personal space with high privacy dividers, and allow all passengers to recline fully without encroaching on the space of the traveller seated in the row behind.

In Economy Class, Emirates’ new generation seats are designed to provide more legroom and comfort. The seats come with a fully adjustable winged headrest, wide flat footrest and articulated seat bottom pan for greater comfort. The introduction of the latest inflight entertainment system onboard also removes the need for boxes underneath seats, thus increasing legroom in Economy.

Emirates’ signature ‘ice’ inflight entertainment will be available in all classes, allowing passengers to tune into over 600 channels of entertainment-on-demand. The latest movies and music albums will be dished up on digital wide-screen LCD touch screens which are amongst the largest in the skies - 23” in First Class; 17” in Business Class; and 10.6” in Economy.

In a three-class configuration, Emirates’ new Boeing 777-300ERs (ULR) will offer eight private suites in First Class, 42 lie-flat seats in Business, and 304 seats in Economy; and its 777-200LRs will have eight First Class private suites, 42 lie-flat seats in Business, and 216 seats in Economy.

Dubai-based Emirates is amongst the fast-growing international airlines in the world. It flies a modern fleet of 103 aircraft to over 80 cities around the globe, and has a US$30 billion order book for 110 more wide-bodied aircraft that includes 51 Boeing 777s and 47 Airbus A380s.

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Old July 13th, 2007, 03:31 AM   #136
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i am surpised no one has posted this

IHT: Emirates Aims To Redraw World Aviation Map
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Emirates aims to redraw world aviation map
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Thursday, July 5, 2007
PARIS: The chairman of Emirates Airlines - Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al-Maktoum of the ruling family of Dubai - has grand ambitions, and a bankroll to match.

He has a huge pot of money to spend, $82 billion from his government, the airline and other financiers. He loves large planes and has ordered 55 super-jumbo A380s to create the biggest fleet of these double-decker planes in the world. And he wants to make Dubai, a sheikhdom by the sea, the busiest airline hub in the world, overtaking London, New York and Singapore.
More here: http://www.iht.com/bin/print.php?id=6515813

but you know....i think EK is being a bit TOO ambitious!
i know that there is alot of foreign interest in the UAE, you know one of the most stable Arab countries
but I think you have to be reasonable-and 55 A380's, numerous 77W's, 100 787's or A350XWB's....isn't that a bit TOO ambitious???
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Well, that's Dubai for you...
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Im not supprised that wasnt posted. its clearly bullshit.
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mahdial_x5, you should be better at finding good press and ignoring the BS!
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ummm....
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sorry for posting anything NEW here for like a month...


anywyas this was the photo takers choice today on airliners.net

an Emirates 773
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