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Emirates Airline Wins Accolades At Business Traveler Awards 2009

Emirates Airlines won three awards at the at the Business Traveler Middle East Awards in May 2009 including  the much coveted ‘Best Airline’, ‘Best Regional Airline’, and ‘Best First Class’ titles.  

Shortly after it won these accolades, the airline received trophies for ‘Best First Class’ and ‘Best Middle Eastern Airline’.  The trophies were awarded by readers of the monthly magazine Business Traveler UK edition, who voted in favor of Emirates.  A week after the glittering awards function in London, Emirates Airline won ‘Best Middle East/African Airline award in Hong Kong, from Business Traveler Asia Pacific.         
 

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