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Emirates’ global sale includes fares from Toronto

Emirates has launched a global sale with fares from Canada starting at $919.
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Black Friday Roundup: Azamara, Cathay Pacific and more

More Black Friday deals have been announced by suppliers ahead of the weekend.
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Emirates to expand COVID-19 coverage starting Dec. 1

Emirates has announced that it is expanding its COVID-19  coverage at no additional cost to customers.
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Etihad resumes Toronto flights ahead of Abu Dhabi’s reopening

Though Abu Dhabi remains closed to international tourists, new government protocols and the resumption of North America flights indicate that its reopening could happen any day now.
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Emirates gets ready to resume Toronto-Dubai flights on Aug. 16

Emirates is gearing up to resume its Toronto service, with flights on the carrier’s A380 aircraft set to start on Aug. 16.
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Emirates’ new travel trade portal considered a one-stop-shop for products & policies

To better serve its travel trade agent partners around the world, Emirates has rolled out a brand new online portal that will allow for easy access to its full range of products.
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Emirates now covering passengers for COVID-19 related expenses

Emirates has become the world’s first airline to cover medical expenses and quarantine costs related to COVID-19.
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Emirates is testing passengers for COVID-19, with results in just 10 minutes

Emirates has become the first airline in the world to conduct on-site rapid COVID-19 tests for passengers.
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Dubai ready to host the world at Expo 2020

To give you a better idea of just how big Expo 2020 will be, it will span a surface area equivalent to 400 football pitches. And perhaps no other destination is better suited to the task of hosting such a monumental event than Dubai, a city accustomed to big endeavours.
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Emirates posts significant drop in profits, at $237 million

The Middle East's biggest airline, Emirates, said on Thursday that profits were down almost 70% in the past fiscal year, reaching lows of $237 million, compared to last year's whopping $762 million.
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