Qantas could face another major challenge to its dominance on Australia-US routes with Emirates emerging as a third potential contender for the lucrative transpacific corridor. Emirates Chairman Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum and President Tim Clark plan to hold discussions with the Australian government this month on prospects for the UAE airline to increase capacity between Dubai and Australia and in the longer term extend services to the US West Coast. According to The Australian, Emirates ...

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