How will Emirates fleet change in the next 10 years?

Daily Newsletter | October 3, 2019
The Airbus A380 (ex-)lifeline supplier and flagship operator as well as the largest Boeing 777 operator in the world, Emirates keeps it simple when it comes to their fleet: they pick large planes and stick to them. But how the Gulf carrier’s fleet will look like in a decade once the superjumbos begin going out of service?
While the Russian Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) is still in an active investigation of Aeroflot Flight 1492 crash on May 5, 2019, the first criminal charges have been pressed by the Investigative Committee of Russia. 
As the Commercial Court of Bobigny was about to put the last nail in XL Airways’ coffin, a new takeover offer emerged filed by Gérard Houa who previously tried to seize Aigle Azur, another bankrupt French carrier. The takeover would come with a €30 million investment.
The collapse of the tour operator left British authorities with a major task of repatriating more than 150,000 of its citizens. In response, the Civil Aviation Authority launched the UK’s largest repatriation operation back to Britain in peacetime, known as “Operation Matterhorn”. The scale and urgency of the mission is best reflected considering that passengers left stranded in the Spanish Balearic Island of Mallorca are flown back to Manchester, UK, on an Airbus A380 leased from Malaysia Airlines.
A World War II B-17G “Flying Fortress” bomber crashed shortly after takeoff at Bradley International Airport (BDL), Connecticut, northeastern United States, killing seven of the thirteen people on board.
Initially hoping to finish procedures and form a joint venture by the end of 2019, Boeing and Embraer are now pushing the deadline to the following year after failing to receive approval by the European Commission. 
One of the world’s top aviation hubs expands with new services
After several years of working separately, multiple aviation events, recruitment and news services are joining together under AeroTime Hub umbrella to form the second largest aviation digital hub currently in the world.
AeroTime Hub is a multi-channel aviation digital hub, pioneering the way forward for combining world-class breaking news, aviation intelligence, business development and entertainment ,  explains the CEO of AeroTime Hub Mindaugas Gumauskas.
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