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Emirates is working together with Seeing Machines, an industry leader in computer vision-based technologies, to use advanced gaze tracking technology to better understand how pilots interact and monitor instruments during certain identified real-time procedures that could potentially pose safety risks.

Aiming to offer greater frequency and easier access to more global destinations, Emirates and flydubai have recently signed a codeshare agreement, effective from October 03.

Aiming to provide better connections between the Middle East and Australia, Emirates has unveiled plans to introduce a fourth daily service between Dubai International and Sydney Airport, effective from March 25, 2018.

Emirates has become an official partner of The 2018 Ryder Cup as part of a four-year renewal of its existing European Tour agreement, which will now run until 2021.

Aiming to enhance connectivity between the UAE and Egypt, Emirates unveiled plans to launch four additional flights between Dubai International and Cairo International Airport, effective from October 29.

Emirates and The Football Association have announced a three-year extension of successful existing partnership, which will see the tournament continue under the name The Emirates FA Cup until 2021.

SERVING 83.6 MILLION TRAVELLERS IN 2016, CONNECTING THEM TO 240 DESTINATIONS ACROSS SIX CONTINENTS ON MORE THAN 100 AIRLINES, DUBAI INTERNATIONAL IS A DYNAMIC AND FAST-GROWING AIRPORT THAT TRULY INTERLINKS THE WORLD.

For the first time in Sri Lanka’s aviation history, Emirates will launch its double-deck Airbus A380 aircraft on a one-off flight to Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) on August 14. 

Commencing on August 08, the Emirate’s service from Dubai International to Sudan’s Khartoum International Airport will be increased from five to seven weekly flights.