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Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 11 Nov 2009 - 22:25

Bonsoir

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20091111-705956.html

UPDATE: Dubai Emirates A380 '10 Deliveries Delayed By Mos-Chmn


DUBAI (Zawya Dow Jones)--Dubai-based Emirates Airline Wednesday said some of its double-decker Airbus A380 planes for delivery in 2010 will be delayed and that it may take over aircraft orders from rival carriers as it starts to emerge from the effects of the financial crisis.

"We've taken a bit of a delay on deliveries but not in years," Emirates Airline Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed ...

Le reste j'ai pas j'suis pas abonné Wink

Quelques livraisons d'A380 reportée en 2010, mais :

- EK prêt à prendre la place d'autres pour des livraisons si la reprise arrive


EK a par ailleurs indiqué être intéressé par d'autres A380... C.f. lien d'Artway en allemand.

Bonne soirée

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 13 Nov 2009 - 17:04

Bonjour en complément



Emirates President Tim Clark elaborated on the A380 delays mentioned Wednesday by Chairman Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, telling the DPA news agency that three aircraft scheduled to arrive in November and December now will be delivered in December and January. At the end of 2010 EK will operate 15 A380s instead of the planned 20 and it expects to take 11-12 aircraft in both 2012 and 2013. Delivery of its order for 58 should be finished by 2017. Clark also said EK is evaluating converting options on additional planes in order to take advantage of newly open delivery positions and that its Dubai-Incheon A380 service will begin Dec. 14.

http://www.atwonline.com/news/other.html?issueDate=11%2F13%2F2009

A noter : des nouveaux créneaux de livraison sont dispo

Origine ?
Reports ?
Cadences finalement conformes aux espérences ?
Ouverture de créneaux au délà des 200 premiers appareils livrés ?

Tim Clark confirme son intérêt pour d'autres A380

Pour mémoire aujourd'hui des analystes d'Exane BNP Paribas ont fait l'analyse d'une forte surcapacité au moyen orient à moyen terme...

Bonne journée

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Dim 15 Nov 2009 - 18:20

Bonsoir

Tim Clark s'exprime sur les alliances

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/11/15/334947/emirates-clark-outlines-concerns-over-alliance-power.html


Emirates' Clark outlines concerns over alliance power
By David Kaminski-Morrow

Emirates Airline president Tim Clark has expressed strong concern over the increasing power of airline alliances, and insists that membership would stem the Dubai-based carrier's development.

Addressing the European Aviation Club in Brussels on 12 November, Clark highlighted the drive towards consolidation and suggested that the issue of airline competition risked becoming a "forgotten story" of the economic recession.

"Our fear is that aviation's economic recovery in the coming years will see a handful of dominant alliances able to fundamentally alter the competitive landscape in many markets for consumers and unaligned airlines," he says.

"Emirates is big enough now to look after itself but we strongly believe protecting the interests of consumers requires governments and regulators to resist opportunistic and self-interested calls from some in our industry to bend fair competitive norms and structures.

"It is a difficult operating environment for all airlines but certain approvals for consolidation or the granting of immunities for alliances - which otherwise would be viewed with significant scepticism - must be challenged."

He underscores Emirates' resistance to alliance membership, saying that this would become an "artificial brake" on the carrier's business plans, and views 'white spots' lacking alliance coverage as "important drivers for competition and consumer choice".

While consolidation can be justified in some cases, and the failure of financially-unviable carriers is necessary, Clark says that the combination, when taken alongside alliance power, "concerns Emirates".

Clark is particularly irked about the influence of Star Alliance. He cites examples where authorities in Canada and Germany appear to have acted to defend Star carriers against Emirates - and ridicules suggestions that such competition could damage the alliance.

"Hurt Star Alliance?" he says. "How do you hurt a 25-member mega-alliance? And where is the consumer's voice in such a statement?"

While the three major alliances have already established a firm presence, and are succeeding in gaining anti-trust immunity, Clark fears that powerful airline groups will continue to cite exceptional circumstances in order to seek "dispensation to dominate more markets".

He insists that competition regulators must ensure that a "balance is struck" between consolidation, the clean-out of unviable carriers, and "creation of 21st century monopolies".

Crainte que les alliances puissent altérer les règles de la concurrence et biaiser les règles de l'offre et de la demande.

Pour EK, Tim Clark justifie son indépendance par rapport à ces alliances, en expliquant qu'une adhésion serait un frein au développement d'EK.

Tim Clark vise en particulier Star Alliance qui bénéficierait de la clémence des autorités, notamment au canada (se rappeler de l'épisode qui a conduit les A380 dEK à Toronto) et l'allemagne.

Une opinion étonnante, éclairante.

3 alliances...

En France on voit ce qu'est la concurrence avec 3 opérateurs téléphonique : symbolique

Bonne soirée

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Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 16 Nov 2009 - 23:38

Bonsoir


Emirates talking with Boeing, Airbus about 'tens' of orders

Dubai-based Emirates Airline on Monday said it is talking with Boeing and Airbus about orders for "tens" of new aircraft, according to a Dow Jones report.

"We're having discussions with Boeing and Airbus," Emirates Airline Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum told reporters at a round-table event on the sidelines of the Dubai Airshow, Dow Jones said. "Not only for firming up options but also for buying more."

Ahmed said there won't be any announcements at the Dubai Airshow, but airline President Tim Clark told Zawya Dow Jones that "it wouldn't be too long."

In the story, Ahmed said Emirates may be interested in a larger version of the 787 Dreamliner if Boeing were to offer it.

http://blog.seattlepi.com/aerospace/archives/185289.asp


Annonce prochaine et pas seulement de simples options levées Wink

Airbus et Boeing sur les rangs

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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 18 Nov 2009 - 9:35

Bonjour à tous

Décidemment beaucoup de bruit d'EK autour de l'A380
Et en positif

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/EMIR111709.xml&headline=Emirates To Order More A380s&channel=comm


Emirates To Order More A380s

Nov 17, 2009




Emirates is looking at placing an order for more Airbus A380s and other aircraft as the airline is reevaluating its fleet plans in the wake of the economic downturn and a changed schedule for the new Dubai International Airport.

President Tim Clark told AviationWeek that Emirates could use an additional 20 A380s on top of its existing order for 58 aircraft. Whether it goes ahead with its plans will depend greatly on whether Dubai International Airport can accommodate the additional aircraft at the existing facilities, and at the new Terminal 4, which is currently under construction.

One important reason behind the considerations is the delayed construction of Dubai's new al-Makhtoum International Airport in Djebel Ali. Although the first stage of the new site will be opened by next summer, Clark says it will take eight years for the facility to have been sufficiently expanded for Emirates' needs. But major construction work has been pushed back by Dubai's government because funding has proved difficult as a result of the global financial crisis. Dubai as a whole has pulled back significantly on many of its prestige projects such as two more artificial palm islands off its coasts and a new world's tallest building, Al-Burj.

If Emirates wants to expand further, it will have to use larger aircraft because DXB's two-runway system has limited capacity. "The reason why we initially ordered 58 A380s was because we could not fit any more into the existing infrastructure," says Clark. "We are now talking to the airport about how to accommodate more."

A new supplementary fleet plan is also evaluating if Emirates could pick up delivery slots freed up by other airlines. The airline would likely look at more Boeing 777-300ERs. Its existing order for 70 A350s might be changed, too. Today, the airline has signed up for 50 A350-900s and 20 A350-1000s, "but we might invert that" to increase capacity. Emirates is also looking at a letter of intent signed last year for 30 Airbus A330-300s and A350s. It was supposed to have been converted into a firm order by the end of 2008, but Emirates did not go ahead due to the economic uncertainty. But Clark said Airbus has reassured the airline that the deal is still in place from its point of view. Clark indicates that the A330s could end up being too small given the slot constraints at its home base.

Separately, Emirates may delay the phase out of aircraft that it was planned to start in mid-2010. Between 2010 and 2013, the airline wanted to get rid of its 29 A330-200s, all remaining 777-200s and 777-300s, as well as its A340-300s. That process could now start several months later in order to provide interim capacity.

Clark says Emirates would sell the 10 A340-500s it has because they have turned uneconomical with the high fuel prices, but there are no buyers. The carrier is no longer considering an order for the Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental because it believes that before long the A380 can do the missions from Dubai to the U.S. West Coast.

Emirates currently has 53 A380s on firm order in addition to 70 A350s and 23 Boeing 777-300ERs.





On parle de +20 A380
EK forcé de revoir sa stratégie compte tenu du décalage dans le temps du futur aéroport.
Donc le mot d'ordre est densification
A ce titre, la LOI pourtant sur les A330 et A350 datant de 2008 pourrait être confirmée avec modification.
De la même manière les A350-1000 seraient privilégiés

A lire aussi le détail du plan de renouvellement de la flotte à court terme et notamment le couplet sur les A340-500 peu économiques mais impossibles à replacer ailleurs.

On en parle quand de l'A380-900 ?

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aubla
Whisky Quebec

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par aubla le Mer 25 Nov 2009 - 16:48

Emirates va mettre en service l'A380 sur Dubaï-Paris en fin Décembre
avec un mois d'avance sur le planning initialement prévu.

http://www.aerocontact.com/actualite_aeronautique_spatiale/ac-emirates-introduira-l-airbus-a380-a-paris-des-decembre~09170.html

Bonne fin d'après-midi

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 25 Nov 2009 - 21:09

Merci Aubla !
Il va y avoir duel d'A380 alors entre ceux d'AF et d'EK...

De quoi faire de belles photos

Bonne soirée


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pascal974

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par pascal974 le Jeu 26 Nov 2009 - 19:01

Dubaï pourrait faire mal à Airbus

La quasi-faillite du Dubai World, un grand holding public de Dubaï a révélé ce que tout le monde savait : Dubaï, qui n'a pas une goutte de pétrole dans son sous-sol

, Emirates n'est pas Dubaï World et la compagnie vient même d'afficher 205 millions de dollars de bénéfice semestriel. Il n'empêche, il y a quelques semaines Tristan Sanson et Adrian Murray deux analystes d'Exane BNP Paribas ont refroidi tout le monde en publiant une étude évoquant un possible « éclatement de la bulle aéronautique du moyen orient »


http://coulisses.blogs.challenges.fr/archive/2009/11/26/dubai-pourrait-faire-mal-a-airbus.html

oui c'est vrai que dubaÏ traverse un moment difficile ..mais émirates est bien géré par un anglais dont tim clark , ils sont tres rentable contrairement a qatar airways , Etihad Airways ...

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Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 30 Nov 2009 - 10:42

Bonjour à tous
bonjour Pascal974

Quelques compléments sur EK

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/11/30/335517/emirates-in-a380-delivery-hiatus-from-late-2010.html


Emirates in A380 delivery hiatus from late 2010
By Max Kingsley-Jones

Details have emerged of Emirates' Airbus A380 delivery schedule over the next three years, which reveal that the airline has pushed back fleet expansion and will not receive any of the superjumbos for almost a year after the end of 2010.

Speaking at the Dubai air show, Jim Moravecek, outgoing president of the 50/50 General Electric/Pratt & Whitney joint venture Engine Alliance, said that Emirates, which is the lead GP7200-powered A380 customer, had delayed deliveries: "Emirates will take 15 A380s through next year, then defer for a little while."

An Engine Alliance chart showing fleet growth of the GP7200-powered A380 between the first delivery in 2008 and 2012 reveals that from mid-2010, when the Emirates fleet was due to reach 15 units, there are no deliveries for around 10 months. Since the chart was produced, Emirates has revealed that due to production hold-ups its A380 fleet will not reach 15 units until late 2010.




According to the chart, Emirates shipments then resume from around mid-2011 (a date that is also likely have moved to the right), with its fleet rapidly doubling over around 18 months to 30 aircraft by the end of 2012.

Emirates Airline president Tim Clark recently told Flight International the airline's A380 schedule beyond the first 15 deliveries "remains fluid". In response to the Engine Alliance data, Emirates says "we still have no firm delivery schedule from Airbus", but will not comment about whether it has deferred any aircraft.

Emirates has taken five A380s since its first arrived in July 2008. Its sixth, which is due before the end of November, is one of the ex-Airbus development airframes. Nine more deliveries are due through to late 2010.

Moravecek, who took over as Alliance president in mid-2008, is returning to P&W early to lead its advanced next-generation product family arm. He has been replaced by Mary Ellen Jones, who will see out the remainder of the three-year term.

Meanwhile, Emirates has brought forward the introduction of the A380 on the Dubai-Paris route, with plans to start services before the end of the year. It says the decision is due to an "operational review, coupled with demand on the route" as well as "earlier aircraft availability".

Quelques éclaircissements sur le calendrier A380 chez EK

Une pause après 2010 pendant presque 1 an

Info recoupant bien les infos de plans de charge de l'EA !

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art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par art_way le Jeu 10 Déc 2009 - 9:22

Emirates n'a aucun souci financier, attend ses Airbus A380 :
La compagnie aérienne de l'émirat de Dubaï, a déclaré jeudi ne connaître aucun souci
d'ordre financier, précisant qu'elle avait levé 1,13 milliard de
dollars pour prendre livraison d'une partie des 53 Airbus A380
commandés. "Emirates reste dans une position financière solide malgré la crise
financière mondiale", a déclaré Tim Clarke, directeur général de
l'entreprise, cité dans un courrier électronique envoyé par le groupe. "Nous n'avons jamais rencontré la moindre difficulté pour obtenir des
financements pour notre programme d'achat d'avions (...)." Emirates recevra le premier d'une série de six A380, le très gros
porteur d'Airbus, la semaine prochaine. Un deuxième devrait être livré
à la fin du mois et quatre autres en 2010, a ajouté la compagnie.

http://www.boursorama.com/infos/actualites/detail_actu_marches.phtml?num=8b9fa9cfeacb689123d0861dab4396ed


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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 5 Jan 2010 - 8:02

Bonjour à tous


http://www.emirates.com/english/about/news/news_detail.aspx?article=531201&offset=0



Emirates brings first Airbus A380 to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Emirates to commence A380 operations to Jeddah in 2010


DUBAI, U.A.E. 24th December 2009 : Marking the first commercial A380 into the Kingdom, Emirates will serve Jeddah four times weekly with the super-jumbo from February 1st, 2010.


Jeddah will be the eighth destination to be added to the growing list of gateways served by the A380 which include; Sydney, Auckland, Heathrow, Bangkok, Toronto, Seoul and from 29th December, Paris.
Ahmed Khoory, Emirates’ Senior Vice President Commercial Operations Gulf, Middle East and Iran said: “The introduction of the highly acclaimed A380 on the Jeddah route is a true reflection of an increased demand for services in and out of the Kingdom. This service into Jeddah will mark Emirates’ first Middle Eastern A380 destination outside of Dubai, a significant milestone for both Emirates and Saudi Arabia.”

“Adding an A380 onto this perpetually busy route will significantly increase our capacity; ensuring passengers have greater access to flights whilst enjoying the distinction of travelling on the world’s largest and most heralded aircraft.”

The A380 service to Jeddah will be the first aircraft into the city to contain three-configuration cabins. The A380 aircraft will feature 14 Private Suites in First Class, 76 new generation, fully flat seats in Business Class and 427 seats in the Economy cabin.


Starting 1st February next year, EK 803 will leave Dubai four days a week on Monday, Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday, at 1630hrs and arrive in Jeddah at 1830hrs. From Jeddah, EK 804 departs at 2045hrs, arriving in Dubai at 0015hrs.

Emirates currently has seven A380 aircraft in its fleet. The airline boasts the world’s largest order of Airbus A380s with a further 51 double-deckers still to be delivered.


Emirates commenced services to Jeddah in 1989, with Jeddah the first of three gateways that Emirates now operates to in the Kingdom, in addition to Riyadh and Dammam.

Emirates currently operates a daily flight to Jeddah from Dubai.


EK met en ligne sa version "moyen courrier" (c'est à dire sans espace de repos pour les pilotes) de 517 places en 3 classes sur un vol traversant la péninsule arabique : Jeddah - Dubai, soit moins de 1000 Nm.

Application intéressante de l'avions sur du court courrier... (1000 Nm c'est court non ?) démontrant que la grande capacité de la machine lui donne une grosse souplesse.

Bonne journée


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jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par jullienaline le Mer 19 Mai 2010 - 23:14

Bonsoir à tous,

Emirates prévoit de remettre l'A380 sur Dubaï-NY fin octobre et envisage de le mettre aussi sur d'autres villes américaines.

http://www.reuters.com/article/idCNLDE64I14C20100519?rpc=44

Amicalement


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art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par art_way le Mar 22 Juin 2010 - 12:09

TC remet la pression sur Boeing pour un new 777


Emirates talks to Boeing about 777 successor and hints at more big
orders

By Max Kingsley-Jones

Emirates is continuing dialogue with Boeing
about its plans to develop a 777
replacement, as the airline hints that more big twinjet orders could be
in the offing.
The Dubai carrier’s all-widebody fleet totals more than 140 aircraft,
with a further 168 on order. Its backlog comprises 18 777-300ERs, which
make the balance of its orders and leases for 71 aircraft, as well as
70 A350 XWBs
(50 -900s/20 -1000s) and 80 A380s.
A rollover will begin in February 2011 when Emirates starts phasing
out 68 older widebodies – A330-200s, A340-300/500s and 777 “Classics”.
Emirates Airline president Tim Clark says that the new A380
deal has no impact on its current orders for smaller widebodies,
adding: “There’s plenty more out there, I can tell you.”
This has fuelled speculation that more large-twinjet orders are being
discussed, and industry sources indicate that Emirates may be
negotiating a big Boeing deal for Farnborough.
Phase-out of the airline’s 777-300ERs begins in 2017, and while its A350-1000s
are potential replacements, Clark confirms solutions from Seattle are
in the mix.
“We’ve told Boeing we need to look at something that has
the legs, the lift and economics of today’s -300ER but with the
A350-1000’s predicted fuel burn.”
Clark concedes there is no guarantee Boeing will decide to develop
such a new big twin, but says that “if they do it somewhere between 2017
and 2020” the airline would consider it, “otherwise we’ll have to think
again about the -300ER replacement”.
The airline aborted a planned deal for 30 A330-300s and
30 more A350-1000s announced in July 2008 at the time of its first A380
delivery.
Although Clark revealed last year that he was considering reviving
the transaction, that may no longer be the case because of the new A380
contract.


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Beochien le Mar 22 Juin 2010 - 12:27

Merci Art - Way !

Le lien ??

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/06/22/343481/emirates-talks-to-boeing-about-777-successor-and-hints-at-more-big.html


Ce serait difficile, voire imprudent que Emirates devienne 100 % Airbus ... donc ils donnent une chance à Boeing, (Et GE ?) normal !
SUH étant hors ILFC, il fallait bien que qq'un reprenne l'aiguillon pour pour remuer un peu les constructeurs, avec SouthWest, et Ryanair pour pousser les MC !

JPRS

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 6 Juil 2010 - 13:47

Bonjour à tous

Un petit lien pour l'A380


Late last week, Emirates eleventh A380 (MSN030) was delivered to the airline at a ceremony in Toulouse.

This now makes Emirates the largest operator of the A380 with eleven SuperJumbo’s in its fleet, while Singapore Airlines has ten, Qantas has six, Air France has three and Lufthansa has one.


http://a380production.com/

11ème Avion livré à EMIRATES ce qui en fait la plus grosse flotte devant SIA

A suivre.


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par aeroduO5 le Sam 17 Juil 2010 - 17:20

Je poste un article un peu ancien (un mois maxi) mais très intéressant sur la présence d'Emirates en France et à Nice en particulier.

http://www.tourmag.com/Nice-Cote-d-Azur-Emirates-affiche-une-progression-de-123-malgre-la-crise-_a39364.html

en résumé:

- présence à Nice avec un vol quotidien direct sur Dubai et une demande qui suit l'offre tant en passagers (76%) qu'en cargo (90%).
- cargo= 20% de la rentabilité d'un vol.
- nombreuses correspondances assurées avec le succès de l'Australie au départ de la côte d'azur.
- bonnes prévisions pour l'été sur CDG et Nice (90%).
- des perspectives sur Lyon.
- pas de crainte de la concurrence de Qatar Airways "ça nous stimulera".

On sait maintenant qu'Emirates n'ouvrira pas tout de suite la ligne sur Lyon, qui lui a pourtant été attribué, par solidarité avec Etihad qui n'a pas eu les créneaux demandés et par mécontentement pour ne pas avoir eu plus de vols sur CDG.

En tout cas le trafic est là et on sera bien obligé de leur accorder des fréquences dans le futur, n'en déplaise à AF.
Au passage on note de nouvelles possibilités de développements pour les aéroports de province avec des lignes inter-continentales.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Beochien le Sam 17 Juil 2010 - 17:37

Merci Aerodu05 !

Noté 2 points qui me tiennent à coeur !
- Le bassin "Fret " routier étendu, d'une cie Aérienne (Route "overnight")
- L'effet HUB de Dubaî et le relais "Fret" pour l'extrême Orient !
- Qui n'a pas envie de se détendre les jambes dans un aéroport confortable et pratique avec des free shops qui ne se foutent pas du monde (Je l'espère du moins, à CDG le HT, c'est plus cher que le TTC au super-marché).... et couper ainsi son voyage ... si la correspondance est sous 2 heures, ce qui est le cas souvent avec EK !

JPRS


aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

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Message par aeroduO5 le Sam 17 Juil 2010 - 17:46

C'est sûr que Dubai doit être un hub efficace.

Un autre point qui me tient à coeur: on peut éviter AF et CDG et gagner du temps sur l'Asie (1 h environ): pour aller au duty-free à Dubai 1heure de plus!!
Attention pour les majors européennes vers les marchés en croissance.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Beochien le Mar 20 Juil 2010 - 15:15

Bonjour !

Emirates a atteint ses limites et ne s'en cache pas !
C'est clair ... plus d'ordres à attendre pour l'instant !
Ce qui vient, ben faire voler et organiser tout cela !
Organiser DBX et gagner des routes ... et sortir de qq contraintes physiques !
Ce sera l'urgence des prochaines années !

----------- L'article de Flightglobal --------------

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/07/20/344758/farnborough-emirates-warns-that-physical-constraints-threaten-further.html

FARNBOROUGH: Emirates warns that physical constraints threaten further orders
By Max Kingsley-Jones

Confirming the much-speculated deal for 30 more Boeing 777s worth $9.1 billion, Emirates has warned that its appetite for further new aircraft orders depends on long-term infrastructure constraints being overcome.

The Farnborough order takes the airline's firm 777-300ER commitments to 71 aircraft, and comes on top of a contract agreed with Airbus last month to increase its A380 orders by 32 aircraft to 90. These aircraft will be used for growth and to replace the 68 older A330/A340 and 777 Classics that the airline is to start phasing out next year. Delivery of the newly ordered -300ERs will be interspersed with the remaining 18 777s on backlog, with deliveries due to begin in September next year.

However, Emirates Airline boss Tim Clark says that the new A380/777 orders, combined with the airline's existing 777 commitments and 70 A350-900/1000s, effectively brings the current fleet expansion and replacement plan to a close.

"Physical constraints are the single largest inhibitors to Emirates' growth - these include what airports can take the A380, how quickly the Dubai hub can be built to match our expansion, and airspace management issues," says Clark. "If it hadn't been for those inhibitors we would have made much larger orders for expansion over the next 10 years."

Clark says that an immediate benefit of Emirates' huge June A380 deal has prompted "around 20 airports to contact us and say 'ah, we now realise you are absolutely serious about what you are doing, we'll make our airfields compliant. Will you come here?' Some of these are in the UK and some in continental Europe - so in some respects that part of the jigsaw is being sorted out."

JPRS

art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par art_way le Mer 21 Juil 2010 - 8:35

Emirates has contracted Airbus/Sita
joint venture OnAir to fit its 90 Airbus A380s with in-flight wi-fi and
mobile connectivity to fulfil a long-stated promise to bring
connectivity across its entire fleet.
The carrier will initially move to retrofit its Inmarsat
SwiftBroadband-equipped A380s with OnAir's wi-fi solution in early 2011.
OnAir says wi-fi "is the easiest and quickest to get started and the
only thing that can be done in this short timeframe". The service will
enable passengers to access the internet on personal portable devices
such as laptops, smartphones and mobile telephones.
But the full cadre of OnAir's wi-fi and GSM/GPRS services will be
installed line-fit on Emirates' new A380s beginning in late 2011 with an
expected entry-into-service of June 2012.
Passengers will be able to use their mobile phones, smart phones and
BlackBerry devices to make in-flight voice calls, send SMS text messages
or use data services wirelessly on their Apple iPhones, iPads and
laptops equipped with GPRS modems.
Emirates is a pioneer of in-flight connectivity. The carrier is in
the process of retrofitting the lion's share of its operating fleet with
OnAir rival AeroMobile's mobile connectivity solution, which is
currently supported by Inmarsat's "Classic" and Swift64 services.
AeroMobile is not line-fit offerable on the A380,
so Emirates' decision to select OnAir for its A380s ensures a speedier
entry-into-service of connectivity on the carrier's ultra-widebodies.
"In choosing SwiftBroadband technology, Emirates benefits from a
powerful platform combining cockpit and cabin communications - and one
that offers further evolution into the future, should market demand
require," says OnAir chief executive Ian Dawkins.

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/07/21/344882/farnborough-emirates-to-fit-90-a380s-with-onair-connectivity.html
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Ils font vraiment tout bien chez Emirates, GSM, Wi-Fi, SMS, Surf..Mais en espérant qu'Airbus ne perde pas trop de temps à configurer tout cela..


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Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par aeroduO5 le Ven 20 Aoû 2010 - 10:33

Bonjour à tous.

Emirates va placer l'A 380 sur la route vers Honk-Kong.
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/08/19/346360/emirates-to-serve-hong-kong-with-a380.html

C'est peut-être pour titiller un peu Cathay Very Happy .

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 20 Aoû 2010 - 10:39

Salut Aerodu05,

Comme tu dis
En lisant l'article je comprends qu'il y a une escale à Bangkok ?


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Beochien le Ven 20 Aoû 2010 - 10:47

Eh oui !
Bonjour

Comme ils le commentaient sur Anet !
La plus sure manière de gagner de l'argent, et de remplir l'avion, pour une Airline !
Ben c'est de mettre un A380 sur une ligne, quelle que soit la distance ou les escales ...
Ca marche bien mieux que tout autre type de service ou invention Mktg ... on mets l'avion, et ça gagne sa vie, quasi automatique !
Effet de mode !
Pour le moment du moins vu la rareté du produit.

JPRS

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par aeroduO5 le Ven 20 Aoû 2010 - 10:53

Oui 80 min d'escale pour la liaison en A 380.
La 2ème liaison quotidienne reste opérée en 777 mais sans escale
Certainement pour faire profiter de l'A 380 aux passagers vers la Thaïlande et titiller aussi Thaï au passage.
On voit que l'A 380 est un peu le poil à grattter des compagnies qui ne l'ont pas. Very Happy

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Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 20 Aoû 2010 - 10:56

Le produit restera de tout manière rare pendant un moment et d'autant plus que les 747 seront progressivement retirés...


A défaut d'être la poule aux oeufs d'or pour airbus, ça a l'air d'être une belle machine pour les Cies... avec un bémol pour qantas... à chaque fois qu'on reporte un pépin sur vol qantas (déroutement météo, pb techniques, etc) on s'aperçoit que l'avion n'est pas plein chez eux (c.f. cette semaine l'escale impromptue à Nouméa).


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Beochien le Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 16:22

Bonjour !

Rendre à César ce qui est a Jeannot !
Bien , je ne peux reproduire les liens, mais pas difficile de retrouver le sujet !

Une entrée de EK , chez AA, à 25, peut être 49 % ... improbable mais .... c'est dans le Buzz boursier !
Assez pour faire grimper les actions de AMR corp de 6-7 % ! Ouaf !
Bon, entre vérité et dénégations, on ne sait pas ...

Mais sûr que EK (Et les fonds derrière) , ne payeront que si ce n'est pas cher !
A suivre !

------------ Le Daily Herald, l'article ------------

http://dailyherald.com/story/?id=404495

Emirates, the biggest airline by international
traffic, said it has no plan to acquire a stake in AMR Corp., denying
speculation of a linkup with the parent of American Airlines.

"We certainly wouldn't be doing that," Emirates
President Tim Clark said in a telephone interview today. "Us buying a
stake in AMR? It wouldn't make sense."

AMR gained as much as 6.8 percent after
Theflyonthewall.com reported that Dubai-based Emirates was in talks with
the Justice Department to acquire a 49 percent stake. The shares of
Fort Worth, Texas-based AMR rose 13 cents, or 2.2 percent, to $6.17 at 4
p.m. in New York Stock Exchange composite trading.

U.S. law limits foreign ownership of domestic carriers
to no more than 25 percent of voting stock. AMR sat out the two recent
big mergers in the U.S. industry, as Delta Air Lines Inc. bought
Northwest Airlines Corp. in 2008 and UAL Corp.'s United Airlines agreed
in May to combine with Continental Airlines Inc.

Roger Frizzell, an AMR spokesman, declined to comment.

In June, Emirates ordered 32 additional Airbus SAS A380s
valued at $11 billion in an order that would give the 25-year- old
company 70 more superjumbos than any other airline, funneling
price-sensitive passengers through its Dubai base in a challenge to
network carriers including Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Air France-KLM Group
and Singapore Airlines Ltd.

Emirates ranked only 24th among international airlines
as recently as 2000, putting it on a par with Sabena SA, the state-
owned Belgian carrier that went bust a year later.

In the intervening period the Gulf carrier has achieved a
sixfold increase in traffic, overtaking Lufthansa last year to become
the biggest carrier on international flights, according to the
International Air Transport Association, which counts Air France and KLM
as two airlines.

"You've got to be careful of market speculation but it's flattering that people are talking about us," Clark said.

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par Beochien le Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 16:36

Bonjour!

J'ajoute que, pour Emirates ...

Toutes les prises de participation, qui pourraient se faire avec qq $$$$ et une poignée de A380 à la clef (Pas payés trop cher)
Eh bien, cela peut être bigrement attractif, si la cible possède des routes pour les utiliser ces A380 ...
Peut être bien, le fond de la stratégie de EK !
QQ paquets de $$$$ et qq A380, comme teasing !
Et hop, on prend une bonne participation !
J'ajoute, que trouver slots et accords de trafique pour la flotte qu'ils sont en train d'acheter, me paraît des plus diffile, voir improbable !
Donc un plan B en marche, les prises de participation ...

Ce n'est pas idiot, du tout !

JPRS


Dernière édition par Beochien le Mer 1 Sep 2010 - 16:56, édité 1 fois (Raison : Boite à idées !)

art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: Emirates ! EK ! UAE !

Message par art_way le Mar 21 Sep 2010 - 12:59

Emirates : le chiffre d'affaires bondit de plus de 58% sur 5 mois en France

La compagnie de Dubaï, Emirates, a vu son chiffre d'affaires bondir de plus de 58% en France sur les 5 premiers mois de l'exercice sous l'effet d'une hausse des capacités combinée à une forte reprise du trafic affaires, a annoncé mardi à l'AFP son directeur général France.

http://www.boursorama.com/international/detail_actu_intern.phtml?num=98871d15214b74022ffbd47d8bf0712f


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