Emirates increases US services

February 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;2/16/2007, Issue 37, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of the second destination services to Houston, Texas by Emirates Airlines in the U.S. The non-stop services is expected to be initiated on December 3, 2007 between Dubai and Houston. The launch is believed to bring strong growth and demand for convenient air travel connections between the U.S. cities and Middle East.


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