Emirates Airline president Tim Clark said managing the impact of rising fuel prices is the biggest challenge for the Dubai-based carrier, which is seeing an annual fuel bill of $10 billion that will continue to rise as prices go up. Clark said the price of fuel has increased 42% compared to the same time last year. “The price per barrel is going up to over $80,” Clark told ATW on the sidelines of this week’s Aviation Day in Mauritius. Clark said fuel prices are not a ...

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