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Emirates to stay in Dubai till 2022

Emirates Airline will not move its operations to Al Maktoum International Airport till 2022 or more, said Tim Clark, the airline’s president. According to Clark, the carrier is reconsidering its move from Dubai International Airport. “We have refocused here [at Dubai International],” Clark said. “With a certain amount of investment here, you can get a lot more out of this airport,” he added.


The airline had originally planned to move to the Al Maktoum International Airport, Jebel Ali, that will be the world’s largest passenger and cargo airport.

 

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