Business Tim Clark

  • DUBAI, Dec 29- Emirates, the world's biggest long-haul airline, has taken delivery of its first Rolls-Royce engine-powered Airbus A380 superjumbo and has resolved its dispute with the engine maker over a technical issue. The A380 jet arrived in Dubai on Thursday morning, two days after Airbus said it would delay the delivery of 12 A380s to the airline over the...

  • DUBAI, Dec 29- Emirates, the world's biggest long-haul airline, has taken delivery of its first Rolls-Royce engine-powered Airbus A380 superjumbo and has resolved its dispute with the engine maker over a technical issue. The A380 jet arrived in Dubai on Thursday morning, two days after Airbus said it would delay the delivery of 12 A380s to the airline over the...

  • DUBAI, Dec 8- Emirates, the world's biggest long-haul airline, expects to introduce "premium economy" tickets within the next 12 to 18 months, according to its president, Tim Clark. The Dubai- based airline, faced with pressures on margins caused by a strong dollar and tougher competition, has recently added new revenue streams. Emirates reported on Nov. 9 a 75 percent...

  • LONDON/ BERLIN, Nov 18- An investigation is under way after one set of landing gear on an Emirates Airbus A380 failed to deploy properly before landing, forcing the world's largest airliner to touch down on its remaining wheels. The airliner was arriving in Dubai from London last week when the crew received an error message concerning a system responsible for...

  • DUBAI, Nov 11- Gulf executives who were upset by Donald Trump's campaign trail comments about Muslims took a conciliatory tone following his election victory and said they were open for business with the United States. Nevertheless, Arab business figures were angry about Trump's campaign calls for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States,...

  • DUBAI, Nov 11- Gulf executives who were upset by Donald Trump's campaign trail comments about Muslims took a conciliatory tone following his election victory and said they were open for business with the United States. Nevertheless, Arab business figures were angry about Trump's campaign calls for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States,...

  • DUBAI, Nov 11- Gulf executives who were upset by Donald Trump's campaign trail comments about Muslims took a conciliatory tone following his election victory and said they were open for business with the United States. Nevertheless, Arab business figures were angry about Trump's campaign calls for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States,...

  • DUBAI, Nov 11- Gulf executives who were upset by Donald Trump's campaign trail comments about Muslims took a conciliatory tone following his election victory and said they were open for business with the United States. Nevertheless, Arab business figures were angry about Trump's campaign calls for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States,...

  • DUBAI, Nov 11- Gulf executives who were upset by Donald Trump's campaign trail comments about Muslims took a conciliatory tone following his election victory and said they were open for business with the United States. Nevertheless, Arab business figures were angry about Trump's campaign calls for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States,...

  • DUBAI, Nov 11- Gulf executives who were upset by Donald Trump's campaign trail comments about Muslims took a conciliatory tone following his election victory and said they were open for business with the United States. Nevertheless, Arab business figures were angry about Trump's campaign calls for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States,...

  • DUBAI, Nov 11- Gulf executives who were upset by Donald Trump's campaign trail comments about Muslims took a conciliatory tone following his election victory and said they were open for business with the United States. Nevertheless, Arab business figures were angry about Trump's campaign calls for Muslims to be banned from entering the United States,...

  • DUBAI, Oct 18- Emirates airline could reduce the frequency of flights to Africa or cut routes entirely if current economic and financial challenges on the continent continue, the company's President said on Tuesday. Emirates has expanded rapidly in Africa to benefit from increased demand that accompanied growing links between the Middle East and the...

  • DUBAI, Oct 18- Emirates airline could reduce the frequency of its flights to African cities or cut routes completely if current economic and financial challenges on the continent continue, President Tim Clark told reporters on Tuesday. Emirates has started a detour to Accra, Ghana to refuel its daily Abuja- bound flight, a spokesman said last month; the airline...

  • Emirates President Tim Clark.

    The airline's president rebuffed complaints by some U.S. rivals that the carrier had an unfair competitive advantage.