Emirates Airline already a big winner in the America's Cup - New Zealand Herald
Whether Team New Zealand succeeds or fails to win the America's Cup, primary sponsor Emirates has already come out on top, according to a marketing expert. The Dubai-based airline has been the naming rights sponsor since 2004 and a senior lecturer in ...
Team NZ skipper Glenn Ashby: That was harder than it looked - Stuff.co.nz
The second win was a masterclass from the Emirates Team New Zealand crew as they worked some magic in the starting box to leave Jimmy Spithill stranded and then sped off to a 30s victory that was achieved with 100 per cent of the race spent on their ...
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Emirates eyes redeployment of surplus US capacity to Saudi - ch-aviation
Emirates (EK, Dubai Int'l) is looking to the Saudi market to absorb the surplus capacity it is seeing following its recent decision to reduce service to the United States. Earlier this year, the Dubai-based carrier said between May 1 and July 1, it ...
UAE president receives Eid Al-Fitr greetings - Saudi Gazette
DUBAI — The president of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, made a rare public appearance on Sunday since suffering a stroke in 2014, state news agency WAM said, receiving well-wishers for the Muslim Eid Al-Fitr feast.
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America's Cup: One and It's Done - Sailing World
Today, as Emirates Team New Zealand helmsman Peter Burling foiled into a lethal hook in the start of the day's second race, with Oracle a sitting black duck, he took his right hand off the steering wheel, glanced over at his rival and gave a friendly wave.