The resuming flights show how bullish the airline is on the return of international travel, and how eager Americans are to visit Japan.
One of the world's most luxurious airlines is continuing to shed its largest aircraft in favor of newer but smaller planes that are cheaper to fly.
Emirates, the glitzy Gulf airline, has been among those hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Because Emirates only flies internationally, and does not operate a domestic network, the modest demand in travel recovery that some airlines have seen has largely eluded the carrier. Sir Tim Clark, the airline’s president, told […]