Emirates’ dedicated Airbus A380 terminal
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Bangkok Suvarnabhumi is planning
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Emirates’ dedicated Airbus A380 terminal at Dubai International (DXB) will open Jan. 1, 2013, executive VP-passenger sales Thierry Antinori confirmed to ATW. “At this new facility we can offer 20 A380 parking positions,” Antinori said. Emirates will take delivery of 11 A380s and 20 Boeing 777-300ERs this year. Changi Airport Group (CAG) said an S$15 million ($12 million) cargo support package started at Singapore Changi (SIN) April 1 includes a 20% landing fee rebate ...
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