September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/4/2009, p50
Trade Publication
The article discusses the nominations for 2010 Globe Travel Awards in the Flying sector and presents information on the last year nominees and winner. The key scheduled airlines who link Great Britain to five different geographical markets are recognized through six of the Globe awards. It is expected that British Airways PLC will retain the award for Best Scheduled Airline to Europe. Emirates was nominated in three categories and won two of them last year including the Best Scheduled Airline.


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