All four of the UAE’s major airlines flew in formation over the country on December 2nd, 2018, to honour National Day, overcoming major logistics challenges in the process.
A number of passengers were slightly wounded including two passengers who were given black eyes.
Various reports said there had been up to 57 people on board, including 11 crew and either 36 or 46 passengers.
Upon landing, the aircraft was met by officials from the Port Authority Police and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Passengers were accommodated on other Emirates flights from Heathrow to Dubai
The move is being undertaken as part of a broader economic stimulus package
Flydubai and GCAA said an unruly passenger on board the flight was the reason that the aircraft returned to Dubai
The airline said fleet deployment and operating schedules are regularly reviewed to make sure they are in line with seasonal travel patterns.
UAE's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation condemns action at Mogadishu airport
Emirates, the world’s largest international airline has firmed up the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was announced in January for 20 additional A380 aircraft and 16 options.
This is the kind of video that Dubai Airports is afraid of, not the video itself, but how close the drone gets to the airliner on final approach to the airport.
A passenger jet carrying 84 plumbers was forced to make a u-turn and emergency landing shortly after take-off due to a fault with the plane’s toilets.
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