Emirates renewed its global marketing agreements with the Seychelles and Mauritius by extending the memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the countries' tourism boards.
Emirates has been announced as the corporate partner of World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation’s global study of youth and student travel, titled New Horizons.
Sultan Alriyami has been appointed as the new manager Jordan and West Bank at Emirates, where he will drive the airline’s commercial priorities as well as build on its business performance.
Emirates announced that it will operate the first ever commercial Airbus A380 flight to Morocco and North Africa, replacing the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft currently used, with an A380 double decker aircraft by March 26.
Emirates SkyCargo has expanded its network of cargo destinations in the US with the launch of a new daily service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida which commenced December 15, 2016.
Ending 2016 on a positive note, Emirates denoted a consecutive year of growth underlined by fleet and network expansion, as well as customer focussed product investments.
As of June 01, Emirates will introduce a daily flight from Dubai to Zagreb, further enhancing its European network.
Sabre supports Emirates with industry-leading technology that personalises the travel experience for consumers by enabling them to easily purchase a range of customised fares.
For the first time, users of Travelport's Travel Commerce Platform will be able to select and pay for Emirates seats in advance according to the Emirates Fare Brand chosen, following an enhanced partnership agreement.
At the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, which took place on March 03 – 11 at InterContinental Dubai Festival City, Emirates and Google offered visitors the chance to enjoy creative onground experiences that merged family fun with technology.