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Emirates cuts back on flights to US after heightened security - Financial Times;

Emirates cuts back on flights to US after heightened security - Financial Times

Financial TimesEmirates cuts back on flights to US after heightened securityFinancial TimesEmirates, one of the world's largest long haul airlines, is cutting the number of flights to the US in a strong sign that new security measures introduced by US president Donald Trump are hitting the operations of the big Gulf carriers. Sample the FT's ...and more »

Emirates Reduces US Flights Due to Trump Travel Policies - TravelPulse;

Emirates Reduces US Flights Due to Trump Travel Policies - TravelPulse

TravelPulseEmirates Reduces US Flights Due to Trump Travel PoliciesTravelPulseOne day after the president of Qatar Airways told CNN i that the ban on carry-on electronics was “not necessary to frighten passengers,” Emirates has announced that it will reduce U.S. flights due to the Trump administration's restrictive policies ...and more »

Emirates reduces flights on five US routes as restrictions hit demand - The Star Online;

Emirates reduces flights on five US routes as restrictions hit demand - The Star Online

The Star OnlineEmirates reduces flights on five US routes as restrictions hit demandThe Star OnlineDUBAI (Reuters) - Emirates, the largest international airline by passenger traffic, said on Wednesday it was cutting flights on five U.S. routes after restrictions imposed by President Donald Trump's administration weakened demand from the Middle East.and more »

Emirates cuts flights to US as demand weakens - Channel NewsAsia;

Emirates cuts flights to US as demand weakens - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaEmirates cuts flights to US as demand weakensChannel NewsAsiaEmirates, the Middle East's largest airline, said on Wednesday that it will reduce flights to the United States after tightened visa and security measures under President Donald Trump hit demand. Posted 20 Apr 2017 01:21. An Emirates airplane flies ...and more »

Emirates Just Cut Some of Its Flights to the US Due to Trump's Travel Bans - NBCNews.com;

Emirates Just Cut Some of Its Flights to the US Due to Trump's Travel Bans - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comEmirates Just Cut Some of Its Flights to the US Due to Trump's Travel BansNBCNews.comDubai-based Emirates airline announced Wednesday it will reduce its service to the United States in response to a drop in demand. The airline attributes this to actions taken by the U.S. government, such as restrictions on electronic devices in cabins ...and more »

Emirates Is Cutting Flights to the US in Response to Trump's Visa Ban - Travel+Leisure;

Emirates Is Cutting Flights to the US in Response to Trump's Visa Ban - Travel+Leisure

Travel+LeisureEmirates Is Cutting Flights to the US in Response to Trump's Visa BanTravel+LeisureSince the ban, the airline said it has experienced a “significant deterioration” in demand across U.S.-bound routes. On Wednesday, Emirates, the Middle East's largest airline, announced it will be reducing its flight offerings to and from the United ...and more »

Emirates says it's reducing five US routes after Donald Trump imposes curbs on flights - Scroll.in;

Emirates says it's reducing five US routes after Donald Trump imposes curbs on flights - Scroll.in

Scroll.inEmirates says it's reducing five US routes after Donald Trump imposes curbs on flightsScroll.inInternational passenger airline Emirates on Wednesday said it was reducing five United States routes after President Donald Trump imposed restrictions on air travel from several Muslim-majority countries. Trump has made two attempts to ban refugees and ...and more »

Emirates cuts some US flights, citing reduced demand following new security measures - The Verge;

Emirates cuts some US flights, citing reduced demand following new security measures - The Verge

The VergeEmirates cuts some US flights, citing reduced demand following new security measuresThe VergeEmirates is reducing the number of scheduled flights between Dubai and the US cities of Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Seattle, Boston, and Los Angeles. The airline said in a statement emailed to The Verge that the decision came “in response to weakened ...and more »

Emirates cuts US-bound flights due to Trump's 'Muslim ban' - The New Arab;

Emirates cuts US-bound flights due to Trump's 'Muslim ban' - The New Arab

The New ArabEmirates cuts US-bound flights due to Trump's 'Muslim ban'The New ArabSome of the first signs that Donald Trump's tough security measures could have a negative impact on tourism were seen when Emirates announced it will cut flights to the US. Tags: Emirates, US, Trump, laptop ban, Muslim ban, Dubai, UAE. The Middle East ...and more »

Emirates Cuts U.S. Service Amid Drop in Traffic - Aviation International News;

Emirates Cuts U.S. Service Amid Drop in Traffic - Aviation International News

Aviation International NewsEmirates Cuts U.S. Service Amid Drop in TrafficAviation International NewsEmirates Airline plans to cut services to five of its 12 U.S. destinations from Dubai in reaction to declines in traffic since the attempts by U.S. President Donald Trump to ban citizens from several Muslim-majority nations from entering the country. A ...and more »

Emirates to reduce flights on some US routes - Trade Arabia;

Emirates to reduce flights on some US routes - Trade Arabia

Trade ArabiaEmirates to reduce flights on some US routesTrade ArabiaDubai-based Emirates airline has announced plans to cut flights on five US routes following weakened demand after restrictions imposed by President Donald Trump's administration on some air travel, reports said. The airline will reduce the number of ...and more »

Emirates trims US flights after Trump administration curbs - The Province;

Emirates trims US flights after Trump administration curbs - The Province

The ProvinceEmirates trims US flights after Trump administration curbsThe ProvinceDUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Emirates, the Middle East's biggest airline, said on Wednesday it is cutting flights to the United States because of a drop in demand caused by tougher U.S. security measures and Trump administration attempts to ban ...and more »

Emirates scales back US flights after Trump administration curbs - CBS News;

Emirates scales back US flights after Trump administration curbs - CBS News

CBS NewsEmirates scales back US flights after Trump administration curbsCBS NewsLast Updated Apr 19, 2017 9:20 AM EDT. DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Emirates, the Middle East's biggest airline, is cutting flights to the United States because of a drop in demand caused by heightened U.S. security measures and Trump administration ...and more »

Emirates cuts US flights as Trump's bans hobble travel demand - Dallas News;

Emirates cuts US flights as Trump's bans hobble travel demand - Dallas News

Dallas NewsEmirates cuts US flights as Trump's bans hobble travel demandDallas NewsEmirates will cut flights to five of U.S. cities as demand deteriorated after U.S. restrictions on travel and on-board electronics affecting Middle East carriers and passengers. The world's biggest international airline will reduce capacity to Boston ...and more »

Security restrictions force Emirates to scale back flights to US - New York Post

Security restrictions force Emirates to scale back flights to USNew York PostThe Middle East's largest airline is nixing many of its flights to the US next month, claiming business has plummeted since President Trump took office and ramped up security restrictions. Dubai-based Emirates announced today it will reduce service to ...and more »

Emirates cuts flights to US as Trump's policies hit bookings - NBC2 News;

Emirates cuts flights to US as Trump's policies hit bookings - NBC2 News

NBC2 NewsEmirates cuts flights to US as Trump's policies hit bookingsNBC2 NewsEmirates, a Dubai-based airline, has announced it will begin operating the world's longest regularly scheduled nonstop flight. Daily service between Dubai and Panama City will begin on February 1, 2016. FILE -- An interior photograph of an Emirates.and more »

Emirates to cut US flights after Trump travel restrictions - BBC News;

Emirates to cut US flights after Trump travel restrictions - BBC News

BBC NewsEmirates to cut US flights after Trump travel restrictionsBBC NewsEmirates will reduce flights to five US cities from next month, after new security rules targeted travellers from the Middle East. The Dubai-based airline said the change was due to weaker demand for US travel. In March, the US banned electronic ...and more »

Emirates Cuts Flights to the US Over Trump Administration Travel Restrictions - Fortune;

Emirates Cuts Flights to the US Over Trump Administration Travel Restrictions - Fortune

FortuneEmirates Cuts Flights to the US Over Trump Administration Travel RestrictionsFortuneEmirates, the largest international airline by passenger traffic, said on Wednesday it was cutting flights on five U.S. routes after restrictions imposed by President Donald Trump's administration on some air travel had weakened demand. Since taking ...and more »

Emirates cuts US flights; cites 'weakened' demand after Trump travel policies - USA TODAY;

Emirates cuts US flights; cites 'weakened' demand after Trump travel policies - USA TODAY

USA TODAYEmirates cuts US flights; cites 'weakened' demand after Trump travel policiesUSA TODAYEmirates airline is reducing its schedule to the United States, saying demand has dropped in the wake of a new electronics ban for carry-ons and broader attempts by the Trump administration to restrict travelers from several Muslim-majority nations ...and more »

One of the Biggest International Airlines Is Cutting Flights to the U.S. Thanks to Trump's Muslim Bans - Fusion;

One of the Biggest International Airlines Is Cutting Flights to the U.S. Thanks to Trump's Muslim Bans - Fusion

FusionOne of the Biggest International Airlines Is Cutting Flights to the U.S. Thanks to Trump's Muslim BansFusionPresident Donald Trump's ongoing efforts to ban travel from a series of predominantly Muslim countries have reportedly forced Emirates Airlines to cancel flights to five U.S. cities. Advertisement. “Over the past three months, we have seen a ...and more »