Emirates Airline chief Tim Clark expects return to ‘full capacity’ by summer of 2022

04th Jul 2021

Through an interview by Arab News with Emirates Airline chief Tim Clark, the latter anticipates that Emirates will resume to full capacity by summer of 2022. “Taking the short-term view, I think we’ve got another six months of difficulty. If you ask me about the summer of 2022, I’m fairly confident that next year we’ll see a completely different picture, and that certainly airlines like Emirates will have restored themselves to full capacity, albeit possibly six months later than we originally thought,” he said.

“Dubai will reassert itself as a global super hub. It’ll strengthen that. The airport will strengthen, and we’ll have more cities on the network within the next three to five years. So just watch this space,” he added.

Source: Texts are excerpted from Arab News / Frank Kane

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