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Emirates airline says it navigated 'tough year'

The president of Emirates airline says the company has successfully managed a combination of challenges that have created a "tough year" for the Middle East's largest carrier. Full story

Data shows how airlines responded to Arab unrest

The cost of weeks of Arab unrest to two of North Africa's most important tourist economies is set out in airline industry data supplied to Reuters, with at least 100,000 fewer seats a week flying to or from Egypt and Tunisia. Full story

Special Report: The man who sold the sky

One warm July evening three years ago, John Leahy set off along London's river Thames in an electric punt. With Leahy, a sharp and energetic New Yorker who has been Airbus sales chief since 1994, were the company's Middle East president Habib Fekih and Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airlines, one Full story

Cash in on travel freebies

Take advantage of a great deal from Emirates offering two children to fly to Dubai for free, and a fabulous Costa Rica family package in which kids stay and eat for free. Full story

Jet briefly stopped at JFK in ‘no fly’ scare

An Emirates airline jet detained on a taxiway at New York's JFK airport is allowed to depart after a false match of a passenger's name against the U.S. "no fly" list. Full story

TSA tightens rules on no-fly list notification

Law enforcement officials didn't call all airlines directly to tell them the Times Square bomb plot suspect's name had been added to the "no-fly" list. Now new rules have been imposed. Full story

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  NYC car bomber investigation continues

Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff talks about some of the key questions being used during the interrogation of the alleged NYC car bomber.

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Tunisian Prime Minister, Beji Caid Essebsi , shakes hands with Emirates' Foreign Affairs Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan during their metting in Tunis on May 3, 2011.