Emirates President Tim Clark expressed confidence that his airline will post a profit in the current financial year ending March 31, "but maybe we won't be as profitable as we might like," he said at last week's Arab Air Carriers Org. annual general meeting in Tunis. Clark said EK will take delivery of new aircraft as scheduled "assuming my friends at Boeing end the strike" and continue to increase production, although it is considering adding fewer new destinations than planned. He told ...

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