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Old Apr 20th 2017, 1:12 pm   #16
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Is there not too much pride?
Quite possibly a reason it hasn't happened yet.
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Old Apr 20th 2017, 4:31 pm   #17
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Emirates effectively taking over Etihad would be nice payback for the Burj Dubai humbling!
Not going to happen, Etihad, or rather AD Gov own a part on Emirates, if anything Etihad will take over Emirates.
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Try originating in Emirates home of Dubai. It's a joke.

DXB - Tokyo - DXB = AED4,900
London - DXB - Tokyo - DXB - London = AED 4,700
Mad. The only reason I can think of for the huge discrepancies is that they charge what they think the local market will bear?
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Mad. The only reason I can think of for the huge discrepancies is that they charge what they think the local market will bear?
I think you've just re-stated the true value of anything.
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Not going to happen, Etihad, or rather AD Gov own a part on Emirates, if anything Etihad will take over Emirates.
Emirates has the globally known name so they'd be mad not to run with that though.
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Emirates has the globally known name so they'd be mad not to run with that though.
So did Burj Dubai, and Mohd Al N, will want to do something big.
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