Qantas looks set to sign a code-share deal with Emirates
, which would see Qantas
flying to Dubai and then passengers would transfer to Emirates to fly to European cities. The arrangement has short and long-term implications for the future of Qantas International - should they do the deal?
Twitter: From user 'British Airways'
@rob1000ydsrifle We no longer codeshare with Qantas from Sydney to Singapore, Rob as they now codeshare with Emirates, via Dubai. We're 1/2
Emirates Snatches Title Of World's Longest Flight From Qantas – Watch As Plane Lands After Covering 8819 Miles Non ... - The Inquisitr
Emirates has snatched the title of operating the world's longest duration flight from Qantas Airlines. However, instead of flying from ... Emirates couldn't secure approval to codeshare with local carriers, reported Business Traveller. Copa Airlines ...
Twitter: From user 'Adrienne'
@Qantas super disappointing esp as I could have made your codeshare with Emirates. Sat here watching it take off & now I miss family event.
Can An Emirates Tie-Up Save Malaysia Airlines? - Seeking Alpha
Malaysia Airlines Berhad (OTCPK:MLYAF) (MAB) has signed a mega codeshare deal with Emirates Airlines. The commercial partnership will allow the former ... Indeed, this looks as if the new man Christoph Mueller at the helm of the loss-making Malaysian ...
Emirates delays new 'longest non-stop flight' on the globe - News24
Cape Town - Emirates has announced they will be delaying their new 'longest non-stop commercial flight in the world' from Dubai to Panama to 31 March, as it is still awaiting code-share approvals, Bloomberg reports. The maiden voyage was originally ...
Emirates delays world's longest flight from Dubai to Panama - The National
Emirates airline is deferring the start of its flights to Panama to March 31 as it awaits codeshare approvals, according to Bloomberg. What would have been the world's longest flight was previously expected to begin on February 1. The route is set to ...
Emirates overtakes Qantas for world's longest flight - USA TODAY
But Emirates pushed back the launch of that route to March 31. The delay reportedly came as Emirates worked to secure approval to codeshare with local carriers, according to Business Traveller magazine. Copa Airlines operates a major connecting hub at ...
Twitter: From user 'Verity'
@emirates Connecting on @Qantas codeshare EK5101 from DXB 02h10. Told could only get boarding pass from Qantas desk. No one there. Pls help
Emirates Launches Dubai – Auckland Route, Becoming the World's Longest in Operation - Airways News (blog)
Henceforth, effective March 31, 2016, Emirates will operate the world's 1st and 2nd longest flights, with Dubai – Auckland measuring 8,824 nautical miles, and Dubai – Panama City measuring 8,588 miles, while Qantas' DFW-Sydney route will hold the #3 ...
Emirates Airline: The strategy reshapes in 2016 – partnerships, China growth, smaller widebodies - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
The Qantas-Emirates partnership had considerable breadth: Qantas would operate through Emirates' Dubai hub and there would be revenue sharing and extensive codesharing from both parties on overlapping markets, as well as behind/beyond gateways.