Emirates has announced a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) exploring opportunities for collaboration in innovation and development across the aviation sector.
An Emirates operated 777-300 aircraft crash landed at Dubai International Airport yesterday (August 3) before catching fire on the runway.
Rolls-Royce has confirmed plans to establish an approved maintenance centre (AMC) in Abu Dhabi, as part of a project with the Mubadala Development Company to form an aerospace hub in the Emirates state.
Unison Industries has confirmed the signing of two aftermarket services agreements with Middle Eastern carrier Emirates and French OEM Safran.
Emirates said it has stripped and repainted 33 aircraft in the past year at its aircraft appearance centre in Dubai.
Emirates has signed a ten-year contract for technology giant IBM to provide it with IT infrastructure services.
Severe turbulence struck a Malaysia Airlines A380 yesterday (June 5), and while there were no serious injuries the aircraft is still causing a headache inside and outside the cabin.
Speaking to Aviation Week recently, CEO Christoph Mueller revealed that MAS will phase out all six of its A380s by June 2018, and fly smaller A350s instead.
MAS has found the superjumbo too large even on long, thick routes, like Kuala Lumpur-London, for which the A380 was designed.
Emirates has placed an order with Airbus for two additional A380 aircraft which will enter its fleet in Q4 2017.
Emirates has contracted Lufthansa Technik (LHT) to overhaul the landing gear of 13 of its 777 aircraft fleet.