Emirates appears to have flown untouched through the industry downturn, reporting a AED752 million ($204.7 million) profit in the fiscal semester ended Sept. 30, more than double the AED284 million earned in the year-ago period. "Emirates remained focused on its long-term strategy despite the global economic slowdown. We have continued to invest in our eco-efficient aircraft fleet, in strengthening our global route network and also in supporting the infrastructure for our growing business," ...

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