Jean-Luc Grillet, the airline’s director-general for France and the Benelux countries, told a press conference that Emirates had received approval for five additional slots per week from March 2005, and two others from March 2006.
The new flights will allow Emirates airline to increase its capacity on the Paris-Dubai link by 30 per cent from March 2005, and by an additional 10 percent from March 2006, Grillet said.
The airline’s current daily Paris-Dubai line, which is 72 per cent booked on average, is the second-most profitable service after its Dubai-London link. Sales on the Paris-Dubai connection have increased 24 per cent since January.
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