Emirates 777-300ER. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Emirates Airline President Tim Clark said the carrier has temporarily stopped service from Dubai to Libya, reduced DXB-Cairo service to a single daily flight, drawn down DXB-Tunis flights to thrice-weekly, and also made adjustments on service to Yemen. Flights to the North African countries and Yemen, all of which are in the midst of various states of unrest, generate about 5%-7% of EK's business. "We are switching this [North ...

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