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Old February 10th, 2011, 10:15 AM   #621
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ATW's 2011 Airline of the Year
Emirates Airline



Twenty-three years is a long time in human years, let alone airline years. Yet that is how long it has been since Emirates Airline ended a financial year in the red. It is an amazing feat, one rarely duplicated in this business. But ATW’s 2011 Airline of the Year has done far more than turn a profit year-in and year-out for nearly a quarter of a century, regardless of the business cycle.

Since launching in 1985 with a leased Boeing 737 and Airbus A300, it has become a leader in commercial air transport, driving innovation in operations, aircraft performance and customer service.

It launched the A380 at a time when few outside the industry had even heard of the carrier. Today it is the largest operator of both the A380 and the 777. It has been instrumental in pushing both Airbus and Boeing to improve their products to meet its demanding performance requirements—to the benefit of airlines everywhere.

It has brought originality and creativity to cabin design while winning accolades from travelers—if not from rival airlines—for its sporty pricing. It was the first to introduce personal seatback inflight entertainment units and the first to enable passengers to make authorized onboard mobile phone calls.

It is a leader in developing flexible routings that reduce fuel burn and CO2 emissions, beginning with the Flex Tracks program launched in partnership with Airservices Australia seven years ago that saved more than 26,600 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions and 163 tonnes of NOx emissions in the first five years. It is one of two launch airlines in IATA’s iFlex program begun in 2010. It is also a launch customer for Honeywell’s SmartLanding and SmartRunway solutions intended to help prevent runway incursions and overruns.

Emirates’ rise is all the more remarkable in that much of it occurred in an era in which far larger carriers were able to take advantage of aviation liberalization and consolidation to become global competitors. In 2000 (the year it committed to the A380) Emirates did not appear in any of ATW’s Top 25 lists of the world’s leading airlines. A decade later it appears in six categories.
In terms of revenue, it is the 11th largest airline in the world and is poised to enter the Top 10. It became a Top 10 airline by RPKs in 2008 and now sits at No. 6. In 2009 it broke into the Top 25 in terms of passengers, carrying more than 27 million, up 21% despite the impact of the global financial crisis. It offers more than 1,100 weekly flights to more than 110 cities in65 countries with an all-widebody fleet of more than 150 aircraft: 86 777s, 14 A380s, 10 A340-500s, eight A340-300s, 29 A330s and five 747-400Fs. Added to this is an order backlog of 201 aircraft worth $68 billion including 76 A380s, 70 A350s and 48 777-300ERs.

Finally, it is the world’s most profitable airline with net earnings for its fiscal year ended March 31, 2010, of $963.5 million and an operating profit of $970.9 million on revenues of $11.8 billion. The subsequent six-month profit result to Sept. 30, 2010, was even more robust at $926 million. Emirates carried 15.5 million passengers over the half-year period, up 17.3% compared to the prior year.

Many factors have contributed to EK’s ascent. It has taken full advantage of its superb geographic location, lack of legacy airline costs and the enthusiastic—but unsubsidized—support of the Dubai government. Foremost among the success factors, however, is its trio of visionary leaders who have been with the airline since startup: Group Chairman Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Executive Vice Chairman Maurice Flanagan and President Tim Clark, who assumed his current position in 2003.

They in turn have assembled a highly competent management and staff of 37,000 who operate an airline that people fly not because they have to but because they want to. Customers have a choice, after all, given that more than 125 carriers serve Dubai which pursues an open skies policy. The route network appeals not only to travelers in Dubai but to those in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America who value the efficiency and connectivity of the Dubai hub.

A cornerstone of EK’s success has been a relentless drive for cabin innovation, not just in premium class but in economy, that twice has won for it ATW’s Passenger Service Award. It pioneered private suites with sliding doors for first class travelers that call to mind an Orient Express-styled railway suite. And when passengers are cocooned in their suites they can select from 1,200 channels of entertainment on the ICE system based on the Panasonic eX2 IFE. On the A380, first class passengers may enjoy a unique experience—an onboard shower.

For both first and business class the A380 features a stunning lounge with bar at the rear of the upper deck. The lounge, which is more like a cozy club, has a flight attendant behind the bar serving drinks and a huge TV screen showing the moving map and views from external cameras. Creative use of mood lighting and light-colored fabrics contribute to a sense of spaciousness. The color palette is a soothing mix of pastel shades and the overall effect is futuristic with soft, pleasing colors.

Business class has 76 lie-flat seatbeds in a 2-4-2 arrangement, although this is effectively 1-2-1 from an access point of view, with all seats having direct egress to an aisle. Seats feature built-in amenities such as a personal minibar, privacy panel, large personal table, separate footrest extension and laptop stowage. They also include a touchscreen wireless integrated passenger seat controller for selecting entertainment features, a 17-in. LCD screen and dual USB ports.

To stay in touch, passengers are able to send SMSs and e-mails and make calls via the IFE or can use their mobiles. Economy seats are laid out in a 3-4-3 configuration with 33-in. pitch and 6-in. recline. Each seat has an individual 10.6-in. screen and there is laptop power to every second seat and a USB port.

Tending to passengers’ every whim are flight attendants from a staggering 101 countries and on most Emirates flights the crew can speak more than 15 languages, which soothes the journey for many nationalities.

Mark Twain said: “Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” It is a fitting summation of the innovation and development of ATW’s Airline of the Year for 2011, Emirates.

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


DUBAI, U.A.E., 9th February 2011: Emirates has been conferred the prestigious ‘Airline of the Year’ award for 2011 by the leading industry title Air Transport World, in recognition of the Dubai-based carrier’s “strong commitment to safety and operational excellence, trendsetting customer service and superb financial performance”.

Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline, received the award at a gala dinner in Washington D.C. on 8th February 2011.

“The last few years have been among the most demanding in our industry’s history but despite the challenges, we have kept our focus on delivering the very highest standards of product, passenger comfort and operational efficiency,” said Tim Clark. “This recognition is testament to our commitment to innovation and service excellence as we continue to grow our global network and offer customers more opportunities to discover the world from Dubai.”

“Customers have a choice to fly Emirates, given that more than 125 airlines serve Dubai. The route network appeals to travellers not only in the UAE, but to those in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America who value the efficiency and connectivity of the Dubai hub,” said Perry Flint, Editorial Director for ATW.

“A cornerstone of EK's (Emirates’) success has been a relentless drive for cabin innovation not just in premium class but in economy,” added Flint. “The decision to award Emirates ‘Airline of the Year’ is in recognition for its strong commitment to safety and operational excellence, its trendsetting customer service and its superb financial performance including a 22-year consecutive annual profit streak.”

Since launching services in 1985, Emirates has grown into one of the largest and most dynamic airlines in the world, transforming Dubai into a world-class hub for global air travel. The airline is a leader in developing flexible air routings that save fuel and reduce CO2 emissions. These advances, combined with a host of other achievements have resulted in more than 400 international awards recognising the airline in almost every category.

Some of the Emirates’ pioneering innovations include becoming the first airline to introduce individual seat back videos and to enable passengers to make authorised onboard mobile phone calls. Emirates' flagship A380s are the only commercial aircraft to feature onboard Shower Spas for First Class passengers.

The airline has experienced rapid and consistent growth, above 20 per cent a year on average. Financially self-sustained and unprotected, Emirates carried 27.5 million passengers in the 2009-10 financial year – almost 4.7 million more than the previous 12 months.

Emirates currently flies to 110 cities in 66 countries across Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, Africa, the Indian subcontinent and Asia-Pacific. So far this year, the airline has launched a new route to Basra, Iraq on 2nd February and will start new services to Geneva on 1st June and Copenhagen on 1st August.

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Old February 10th, 2011, 12:41 PM   #623
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Published: 09/02/2011 - Filed under: News »

Qatar Airways will increase its currently daily service between Doha and Singapore to double daily over the next few months, and is “evaluating several new route options” in the Far East.

The carrier will add three weekly flights to the route from May 1, followed by another three from October 1, and a final extra flight will be added from November 3, taking the route frequency to double daily before the end of this year.

The move will mean travellers will have the choice of morning and evening departures from Doha to Singapore, or evening and late night departures in the opposite direction.

Note though while the existing flights are served with Boeing 777 aircraft featuring the carrier's fully flat beds in business class, the new services will be plied with Airbus A330 aircraft with an angled lie-flat business class product.

Qatar's CEO Akbar Al Baker said that Singapore had been “one of our best-performing routes in the entire region for a long time, with load factors consistently in the high 90s”.

He added that the Far East continues to be “a key market” for the airline, and said that it was “evaluating several new route options which we intend to launch over the next 18 months”.

For more information visit qatarairways.com.

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Qatar Airways CEO hits back at criticism of Gulf carriers

DOHA, Feb 10 (Reuters) - Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker on Thursday hit back at criticism that Gulf airlines were a threat to the global aviation industry, saying European carriers should "accept competition."

Al Baker defended Gulf carriers after comments made last month by the secretary general of the Association of European Airlines, Ulrich Schulte-Strathaus, at a meeting of the International Aviation Club in Washington DC.

Schulte-Strathaus suggested Gulf airlines were run as part of a national strategy and a "vertically integrated economic chain" and in contrast to the way in which other carriers around the globe were operated.

"Can he tell me of any country of the world which does not consider its air transport industry, be that an individual airline or a multitude of them, as part of national interests? Has not the position of the U.S. consistently been to preserve the national identity and ownership of the U.S. airlines?" Al Baker said.

"The European airlines were pioneers in a large number of areas. We in the Gulf airlines community have learnt a lot from them. They should accept competition and that the customer is in the driver's seat."

The rapid expansion of Qatar Airways, Dubai's Emirates and Etihad of Abu Dhabi has unnerved older airlines and fuelled mutual accusations of protectionism. Many carriers fear Gulf-based superjumbos will drain their own hubs.

Air Canada's chief executive last year accused Emirates of wanting to "flood" Canadian skies with airline seats so it can scoop up travellers and divert them through Dubai.

"(Schulte-Strathaus's) comments weren't made off the cuff. They were made out of a deep-seated concern that the seismic shifts in the industry are being driven by forces other than market ones," David Henderson, information manager for the Association of European Airlines, told Reuters.

"European airlines' competitiveness has been severely damaged in the wake of the recession. The more we look, the more we are concerned that (Gulf carriers) are developing a business model apart from the one that we are used to, and we are asking questions about it."

Qatar, the world's largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, is building a new airport with the capacity to accommodate 50 million passengers per year.

Qatar Airways said in December it is planning to launch an initial public offering (IPO) in early 2012 after three consecutive years of profit.
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I hear rumours of QR starting DUR - Durban, South Africa. Is this likely at all? If so, when might it happen? EK operate a daily A330 and as the only long haul route, it's very much a cash cow for them, so much that it is often much cheaper to fly domestic to JNB and connect to long haul from there.

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I hear rumours of QR starting DUR - Durban, South Africa. Is this likely at all? If so, when might it happen? EK operate a daily A330 and as the only long haul route, it's very much a cash cow for them, so much that it is often much cheaper to fly domestic to JNB and connect to long haul from there.

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So far Qatar have received 7 weekly slots to fly to Durban, its up to them to decide when to use them..i would be surprised if they didnt start using them this year.
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Published: 12/02/2011 - Filed under: News »

Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways has opened a lounge within the recently opened Terminal 2 at Dublin airport, with features including showers, an a la carte menu and a business centre.

Etihad was the first airline to operate scheduled services from the terminal last November, and has now opened a 332sqm lounge overlooking the gate from where “many” of the carrier's services depart.

Facilities include a business centre with Mac workstations, free wifi internet access, showers, a luggage room, a lounge area “ furnished with Italian leather chairs and soft sofas” and featuring a library of books, magazines and newspapers, a family room, bar, and a la carte and buffet food choices.

Etihad currently offers ten services per week between Dublin and Abu Dhabi.

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India airs its affinity with Dubai
13 February 2011
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MUMBAI: India courts Dubai like no other country when it comes to air travel.

An average of 18,000 passengers flew daily-incoming and outgoing-between India and Dubai last summer, putting the Arab emirate way ahead of Singapore, the UK, Thailand and Sri Lanka in terms of air passenger traffic. Dubai's airline, Emirates, was also the single largest international carrier operating to and from India during that same period of April to June. The one-way passenger load for Emirates last summer was 1.8 lakh flyers a month.

A combined average of 5,000 passengers flew from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Hyderabad to Dubai last summer. London came in a poor second, with an average of only 2,500 flyers-50% less than the passenger traffic to Dubai-travelling daily from the four cities.

When it comes to airlines most used by flyers, Air India beats Emirates, but only if taken as a merged entity (Air India, Air India Express and Indian). From April to June 2010, Emirates flew 5.48 lakh passengers out of India followed by Jet Airways with 5.04 lakh travellers. Air India by itself, that is AI-coded flights, carried 3.67 lakh flyers. Air India beats Emirates only when its flyers are added to those of Indian and Air India Express.

The merged figures show that Air India flew 8.75 lakh passengers out of the country in the first quarter of the ongoing fiscal year.

Dubai was the biggest hub for the Indian passenger. The Mumbai-Dubai sector was the most popular international route to and from India, followed by the Delhi-Dubai sector. From Mumbai alone, 1.71 lakh passengers flew to Dubai between April and June, 1.15 lakh flew from Delhi, over 90,000 flew from Chennai and over 66,000 flew from Hyderabad. However, it did not mean that all these passengers disembarked in Dubai. "About 60 to 70% of passengers from India who fly to airports in the Arab emirates are transit passengers who take onwards flights to Europe, the United States and other Gulf destinations,'' said a top airline official.

These are just some of the trends that emerge from a deluge of statistics on air and passenger traffic released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Saturday. It's the first time in its history that the aviation regulator has released extensive data on airlines, passenger traffic, passenger loads and so on. The data spans across 12 years, from the late 1990s till 2010. In 1998, for instance, all Indian carriers put together had a total of only 106 aircraft. Today, the combined fleets of all Indian airlines is four times larger at 417. In 1998, a large majority of the aircraft were single-aisle jets and small turbo props, unlike the present-day fleet.
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Rolls-Royce Gets $2.2Bn Emirates Pact For 70 Airbus A350XWB
14 February 2011

LONDON (Dow Jones)--Rolls-Royce PLC (RR.LN), the global power systems company, Monday announced it has won a $2.2 billion TotalCare long term services contract from Emirates, covering Trent engines for 70 Airbus A350XWB aircraft, with the agreement bringing the airline's Rolls-Royce powered fleet of 128 aircraft, in service and on order, under TotalCare arrangements.

Shares closed Friday at 658 pence valuing the company at GBP12.31 billion.
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