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Dubai-Airshow

Gulf takes aviation by storm with $200 billion of orders

Boeing secured the largest number of orders from Germany's Lufthansa, Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways.

November 24, 2013 10:25
 
Emirates-Airline-A380

50 A380s? We could have bought 10 more, says Emirates

Emirates already dominated the A380 backlog with a total of 90 ordered out of 259 since it was launched in 2000.

November 20, 2013 12:25
 
Qatar-Airways

Gulf carriers’ 15 minutes of jet order hysteria

Gulf airlines dropped $100 billion in 15 minutes on the opening day of the Dubai Airshow.

November 18, 2013 9:38
 
Emirates-Airline

Emirates orders 50 more Airbus A380

The deal is worth $23 billion at list prices and brings total orders from Emirates alone for the world's largest jetliner to 140 aircraft.

November 17, 2013 12:40
 
Etihad-Airways

Etihad seen close to buying about 75 Airbus jets

Announcement could be made at Dubai Airshow on Sunday.

November 17, 2013 9:47
 
Kuwait Airways picks Airbus

Airbus officially picked by Kuwait Airways

The airline, for an order of 25 new planes, would pay a whopping $2.98 billion.

May 15, 2013 5:14
 
Kuwait Airways

Kuwait Airways to sign $3 billion-plus Airbus deal

State-run Kuwait Airways will spend 850 million dinars ($2.98 billion) on 25 new Airbus jets and aims to lease a further 13…

May 12, 2013 4:16
 
Akbar-Al-Baker

Qatar Airways now looks to Airbus

"The 787 should be an A330 killer but it is late," says Qatar Airways' CEO

May 7, 2013 11:02
 
Etihad drops more A350s in setback to Airbus

Etihad drops more A350s in setback to Airbus

Abu Dhabi airline cancels 7 next-generation A350-1000s; aircraft worth over $2 billion at today's list prices; same Gulf carrier cancelled 6 A350-1000s in December; Airbus says A350-1000 is more efficient than Boeing 777

May 7, 2012 3:24
 
Qatar backs Airbus, Boeing over production flaws

Qatar backs Airbus, Boeing over production flaws

The head of Qatar Airways, usually one of the aircraft industry's fiercest critics, expressed confidence that Airbus and Boeing would resolve a series of high-profile glitches but warned against further production delays.

March 8, 2012 3:43