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Emirates to order more aircraft

May 13- Emirates Airline may order more aircrafts at the upcoming Farnborough Airshow, Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group. “In eight weeks’ time, we will make an announcement on this,” Shaikh Ahmad said. “We are talking to both the aircraft manufacturers and you will know then,” he added.
The airline, which has 145 aircraft on the fleet, has 146 on firm orders pending deliveries, worth $48 billion. It currently serves 102 destinations across 62 countries, with 49,950 employees from 150 different nationalities.
 

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