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Emirates To Increase Flights To Australia

Dubai based Emirates Airlines which operates 40 flights per week to Australia said the number of flights would go up to 70 by 2009. Currently passengers flying from Europe to Australia take indirect flights, such as Emirates, via Dubai. The airlines is looking at offering passengers more choices and faster flights to Australia from Dubai in a bid to increase pressure on Asian rivals such as Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines, which too offer indirect flights to Australia.

Source: Emirates Business 24/7
 

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