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Boeing and Flydubai have struck a deal worth $27 billion, representing the largest-ever single-aisle jet order from a Middle East airline.
Bill Franke was speaking just after signing off on one of the biggest aircraft orders in history.
Order food via video phone and admire the view through your virtual window in Emirates new First Class Suite. CNBCs Tom Chitty reports.
The country only formed its space agency in 2014.
A relaxation of aviation rules has seen orders outstrip the rest of the world.
Raytheon International CEO John Harris speaks about the appetite for missile defense systems in different regions.
Bombardier President of Commercial Aircraft Fred Cromer speaks about the U.S.' intention to impose a 300 percent import duty on its C-Series aircraft.
The plane is currently the subject of a bitter trade dispute.
Emirates President Tim Clark speaks about sales of the Airbus A380 aircraft.
The planes will be flown by the resurrected Wataniya Airways.
The American plane manufacturer continues to fill its 2017 order book.
The Brazilian plane maker views the arrangement as proof it is in the right market.
The long-time ally of Vladimir Putin added that the World Trade Organization is failing Russia.
Marc Allen told CNBC that Saudi Arabia was a "very important market" for the airline manufacturer.
The company confirms its supersonic plane is on track for 2023 and will be U.S. built.
Defense company Raytheon is seeing a growth market in missile defense systems in Europe and the Middle East due to increased "threat dynamics," the company's international chief executive told CNBC.
Emirates has not ruled out buying more Airbus A380s in future but the aircraft maker would have to guarantee it could keep its production line going, Emirates' chief executive told CNBC Monday.