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Has Emirates Always Been This Passive Aggressive?

Has Emirates Always Been This Passive Aggressive?

  1. Parker

    I was looking up the new [URL=’’]EK flight to Panama[/URL], which will become the longest flight in the world once it begins for an Instagram post – follow me @dallasfortworthspotter. Anyways, I read the article and saw this paragraph in the “About Emirates” section at the bottom:

    [INDENT][I]Emirates is based in Dubai, one of the few cities in the world that pursues an open-skies policy, and operates alongside more than 150 other airlines in free and fair competition.
    After seeing everything about the Big Three US and Big Three ME confronting each other, I would have thought they would have kept going with their fight rather than do this. On the other hand, it’s Emirates, so what do you expect? H[URL=’’]ere’s the link, if you missed it the first time.[/URL]

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