Emirates in NZ for the long haul

October 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;10/6/2006, p4
Trade Publication
The article reveals that Emirates Airlines has dismissed reports that its New Zealand landing rights are under threat, putting at risk its ability to provide an effective competitive constraint to Qantas and Air New Zealand Ltd. on Trans-Tasman routes. According to Emirates spokesman, the suggestion that they do not have a long-term commitment to the New Zealand market is incorrect.


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