Saturday, June 22, 2013

The analysis of the worldwide regional web search of ""

The analysis of the worldwide regional web search of "Emirates"
Emirates Airline ranks among the top 10 carriers worldwide and is the largest airline in the Middle East.Emirates is an airline based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. And the biggest searching volume lands there while Kenya and Qatar also have some searching records. It also pays much attention to its commercial cooperation with India. Indian is the second country of destination pioneered by Emirates Airline.

      The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which is wholly owned by Investment Corporation of Dubai(belong to the government of Dubai).Dubai
is the top one city searching it mostly followed by Abu Dhabi. It is because Dubai is the headquarter of the airline, while Abu Dhabi is the largest member of the United Arab Emirates federation and a big oil exporter. Therefore freight flights of Adu Ahabi are a lot.

       Rapidly growing, Emirates has built up a strong brand name as a leader in the aviation industry, especially in terms of service excellence. Emirates has won numerous awards, such as the title of "Airline of the Year" for 2011 awarded by Air Transport World. And it was also voted Airline of the Year in 2013

Friday, June 14, 2013

Zurich to join Emirates A380 network early next year

Emirates, one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, will boost its services to Switzerland with the start of a daily A380 service to Zurich.

From 1st January 2014, EK087 from Dubai to Zurich and its return sector EK088 will be operated by an A380, offering an increased capacity of more than 1,100 additional seats every week in each direction. The service is currently operated by a Boeing 777-300ER. Emirates will continue to serve Zurich with a double daily operation, which will equate to more than 870 seats on offer per day.

"The strategic decision to bring our flagship A380 to Zurich was made to support the city's strong position as a financial services hub and centre for a vast number of international companies. There has been robust demand for business and leisure traffic and the extra capacity will stimulate more trade and tourism between Switzerland, the UAE and emerging markets eastbound - including 10 destinations in India and 24 destinations in the Far East and Australasia - connecting both people and economies," said Thierry Antinori, Emirates' Executive Vice President, Passenger Sales Worldwide.

"Travellers from Switzerland will soon be able to enjoy the Emirates' A380, being seamlessly connected through the Dubai hub to our dynamically growing network, providing connectivity to global hubs in Asia and Australia such as Bangkok, Sydney and Singapore. These markets, which are positioned as economic and tourism centres, are served with multiple daily flights," added Mr Antinori.

"The decision of Emirates to operate its flagship aircraft on one of its two daily flights to Zurich represents another milestone for Zurich Airport and demonstrates the strong demand from travelers for the Emirates product. The upgrade from a Boeing 777 operation to an A380 on the afternoon flight from Zurich is a significant capacity increase and a clear commitment to the Swiss market," said Thomas Kern, CEO Zurich Airport.

The A380 capacity boost on the flights to Zurich will further stimulate trade between the UAE and Switzerland, supporting a buoyant $9bn trade relationship, according the UAE Ministry of Foreign Trade. Over 169 Swiss companies operate in Dubai and SkyCargo supports movement of goods such as precious metals, watches, jewelry, heavy machinery and pharmaceuticals, giving local businesses greater access to foreign markets.

The A380 is spread over two decks offering 427 seats in Economy Class, 76 lie-flat seats in Business Class and 14 First Class Private Suites. Each Emirates' A380 offers an Onboard Lounge on the upper deck for Premium Class passengers. First Class passengers have the added luxury of two Onboard Shower Spas.

Passengers across all cabins can enjoy watching their favourite movies, TV programmes, and more than 1,400 channels of ice, the award-winning in-flight entertainment system, while enjoying gourmet-chef prepared cuisine. Passengers can also stay connected to the internet throughout their journey with high-speed Wi-Fi access.

Emirates is the largest A380 operator in the world, with 34 A380s in its fleet and 56 on order, and has carried almost 17 million passengers since the double decker was introduced five years ago. Since January of this year, Emirates' A380 passengers have been able to experience the world's first purpose built A380 concourse in Dubai, reflecting further investment in the airline's global hub, which is set to grow to a capacity of 90 million passengers by 2018.

From 1st January 2014, the new A380-supported EK 087 flight will depart Dubai at 0825hrs and arrive in Zurich International Airport at 1220hrs. The return flight, EK 088, will leave Zurich at 1435hrs and arrive in Dubai at 2340hrs.

Emirates takes off to Haneda

Emirates celebrated the start of its daily, non-stop service from Dubai to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) with the launch of its inaugural flight.

"We value our partnership with Tokyo International Airport; it is one that helps to connect two global hubs of development and growth - Japan and the UAE. We know that Haneda will play an integral role in our route network and the launch of services demonstrates Emirates' commitment to Japan," said Thierry Antinori, Emirates' Executive Vice President, Passenger Sales Worldwide.

"Since the commencement of Emirates' flights to Osaka in 2002, trade relations between Japan and UAE have flourished. According to JETRO (Japan External Trade Organisation), two-way trade between UAE and Japan rose to $53.1bn in 2012, up by 5.4% compared to previous year," continued Mr Antinori.

"Haneda is our third gateway in Japan and we are confident that the demand in terms of both passengers and cargo is strong enough to warrant Emirates operating non-stop, daily flights to both of Tokyo's airports, offering our passengers more flexibility on the route to Dubai and onwards to over 70 destinations in the Indian Ocean, Middle East, Africa and Europe," concluded Mr Antinori.

On board Emirates' first flight to Haneda was Salem Obaidalla, Emirates' Senior Vice President, Commercial Operation Far East & Australasia; His Excellency Daisuke Matsunaga, Consul General of Japan; Ravishankar Mirle, Emirates' Vice President Cargo Commercial; media representatives from the United Arab Emirates and connecting passengers from 17 destinations on Emirates' global network.
In the cockpit of the Boeing 777-200LR was Captain Ahmad Alshamsi from the UAE and First Officers Tsuyoshi Mikami from Japan and Hermes Guzman from the USA.

With the new daily flight to Haneda, Emirates SkyCargo is able to add about 23 tonnes per flight, which accounts for about 160 tonnes of additional cargo capacity per week, further supporting Japanese exports of mechanical components, electronic goods and automobile parts, and its imports of gas and oil products. Dubai is an important hub for the re-export of Japanese manufactured products to the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia.

Together with the new Haneda flight service, Emirates has launched a complimentary airport transfer services for its passengers from Haneda Airport directly to a location of their choice in the Greater Tokyo area. This service is available to First Class and Business Class passengers travelling on Emirates flight EK312 (Dubai to Haneda) or EK313 (Haneda to Dubai).

Emirates' flight EK312 departs Dubai at 0935hrs, touching down at Haneda 0001hrs the following day. The return flight, EK313, departs Haneda at 0130hrs and arrives at Dubai at 0705hrs the same day.

The Boeing 777-200LR aircraft operating the route is equipped with eight luxurious private suites in First Class, 42 of its latest lie-flat seats in Business, and generous space for 216 passengers in Economy, along with gourmet cuisine in all cabins which has been tailored to Japanese passengers, served by Emirates' multinational cabin crew.

The aircraft also features ice, Emirates' award-winning inflight entertainment system which offers over 1,400 channels showing the latest Japanese blockbusters, subtitled Hollywood films and Japanese music and TV.

Emirates now operates services to 134 destinations in 77 countries from Dubai, earlier this year Emirates launched services to Warsaw and Algiers. In addition to Haneda, Emirates has announced plans to launch services to Stockholm starting 4 September, Clark International Airport (Philippines) beginning on 1 October; the same day as it begins its transatlantic route between Milan and New York.

Emirates' longstanding partnership with Japan Airlines has been expanded to include a code share on the new Dubai-Haneda-Dubai services. The flights will be identified with the Emirates 'EK' code as well as with Japan Airlines 'JL' code.

Emirates Holidays, the airline's tour operating arm, offers holidays to Japan, with itineraries that highlight attractions in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. Emirates Holidays provides holiday options that take travellers from Tokyo - the modern capital city; to the majestic Mount Fuji and the natural beauty of Hakone; to Nagoya and Kyoto, the cultural heart of Japan; and to Osaka, gateway to the Kansai region.

Emirates offers special fare for Kataklysmos weekend in Malta

Emirates, one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines, is offering a special Economy Class return fare of €120 to Malta for the long Kataklysmos weekend from Friday 21st to Monday, 24th June. And for the young at heart wishing to extend their stay in Malta to attend the annual, free outdoor music extravaganza Isle of MTV taking place in Floriana’s spectacular Il-Fosos Square on Wednesday, 26th June, Emirates will be extending this unique offer till Thursday, 27th June. 
“If one is looking for a weekend break deal right now, one needs to look no further,” said Emirates Manager for Cyprus, Jaber Mohamed. “Emirates’ attractive fare makes it even more exciting to explore Malta, where within 30 minutes from landing, one can be relaxing by the hotel pool, or already driving a hired car for some interesting sightseeing.” 

On a daily schedule, Emirates’ Boeing 777-200 departs Larnaka at 1130hrs and lands at Malta International Airport just two hours later. Fuel surcharges and taxes are not included in the above mentioned price. 

This magical island in the sun offers visitors the chance to experience a similar yet, in many aspects, also a different culture from Cyprus, without sacrificing too much time for travelling. Places to visit include Mellieħa, Dingli, Fawwara and Wardija, all in the North, and the fishing village of Marsaxlokk in the south. 

Due to their mild temperatures, the Maltese islands lend themselves well to outdoor activities in June. From swimming in the limpid waters to diving around shipwrecks, golfing, rock climbing on the majestic Dingli Cliffs or sky diving, there are innumerable activities for those seeking an adrenaline rush. 

Evenings in Malta are big fun too. There is a wide choice of restaurants and cuisines, cafes, wine bars, pubs, nightclubs and discotheques as well as live music and buzzing beach parties in different localities. And for those seeking an evening's flutter once in a while, they can visit the excellent casinos that also offer a superb choice of cuisines from international fare to Mediterranean specialities. 
For music lovers, the Isle of MTV is considered to be one of the most eclectic free European music events. Now in its seventh edition, it will be showcasing some of the biggest names from the international music scene on 26th June. 
Passengers flying with Emirates benefit from a range of services, including ice, Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment system and gourmet chef-prepared dining. Luggage allowances are amongst the most generous in the industry, with 30kg of check-in baggage permitted in Economy Class. For more information on Emirates, contact your travel agent or Emirates’ Sales Office in Nicosia on tel 2281 7816 or visit the website: 

Malta is much more than sunshine and socialising. It offers visitors the opportunity to discover and enjoy another very friendly people, who share with them the same aspirations and appreciation of the joys of life that make life on both Mediterranean islands such a meaningful and magical experience.

Top 10 things to do and see

1. Visit Valletta and marvel at St John’s Co-Catheral; the President’s Palace, and museums 
2. At the Upper Barrakka take photographs of the Grand Harbour and the stunning views of The Three Cities. 
3. While in Valletta, go and watch the “Malta Experience” – a multimedia attraction that offers an overview of Malta’s history in under an hour. 
4. Visit some of the Neolithic temples such as Ħaġar Qim, the Hypogeum, Tarxien Temples or Ġgantija Temples in Gozo. The island’s temples are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and among the oldest in the world. 
5. Malta is surrounded by sea, and a drive along the main coastal resorts in the northern part of Malta, such as Mellieħa Bay, Għajn Tuffieħa Bay and Golden Bay, is a must. 
6. Do not miss a boat trip to Comino’s Blue Lagoon. 
7. Not to be missed for kids is the Sweethaven Village – the film set of the 1980 musical production “Popeye”. 
8. The Azure Window, the Inland Sea and Fungus Rock - a trio of natural wonders located within a few metres of each other in Dwejra in Gozo - are absolute must-sees. 
9. There are over 360 churches and chapels scattered around the islands. Many of these buildings are works of art and they are the heart of Maltese social and cultural life. Enjoy a visit to one of the festas (during the summer months) with traditional food and merriment, plus the aerial fireworks displays. 
10. One can also extend the visit by three days and enjoy one of the major music events in Europe: the Isle of MTV (26 June). Free entrance.