Emirates blasted engine manufacturers GE Aviation and Rolls-Royce for performance and reliability shortfalls and has shelved confirmation of large outstanding Airbus and Boeing orders until it has clarity about schedules and guarantees. “I am a little bit irritated that we have to deal with quality control and design issues,” Emirates Airline president Tim Clark said at a briefing in London Sept. 4. “We are not in the business of dealing with aircraft that don’t ...

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