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 uu fyd¢ka mkaÿjg myr foñka ysáfha'' t;k ,l=Kq 2la we;s lsh, uu uqr,s tlal fojeks ,l=Kg .shd – ue;sõia m<uq .ufka jQ wñysßu isoaÈh fy<slrhs
Y%S ,xld lKavdhu fgiaÜ ;r. ;=kla tlaÈk ;r. ;=kla iy Ga20 ;r. ;=kla i|yd bkaÈhdjg hdug iqodkñka isà'bkaÈhdfõ ixpdrh lsÍug iqodkï jk lKavdhug bka§h ìfï fgiaÜ ;r.hlg iyNd.S ù w;aoelSï iys;j
isák ms;slrejka isákafka tla whl= muKs ta wekacf,da ue;sõia h'

ue;sõia bka§h ixpdrh ms<sn|j iy ;udf.a wdNdo ;;ajhka ms<sn|j cßcnqzz fjí wvúh iu.ska woyia olajd we;'




“we;a;gu myq.sh ojia ál ta ;rï fyd| ojia jqfka kE ug"uu 2013&2016 ld,fha lKavdhu fjkqfjka tl È.g l%Svd l<d'wjdikdjg wdNdoh tlal ug myq.sh ldf,a uf.ka fjkak ´k fiajh lrkak neß jqkd'fï ;;ajh .ek uu ,xldfõ jf.au tx.,ka;fha ffjoHjre lSm fofklaf.kau Wmfoia .;a;d'Tjqka ug lrkak wjYH l%shdlrlï kshu lr,d ;sfhkafka'oeka ta úÈhg lrf.k hk tl ;uhs ;sfhkafka'uu f;aÍï lñgqj tlal;a l;d lr,d ;sfhkafka uf.a ;r. rgdjg md,khla ´k'iSñ; mkaÿjdr ;r. j, mkaÿ heùfï yelshdj .ek;a uu ys;, ;sfhkafka'”

t<fUk bka§h ixpdrh wiSre tlla jqjo ;u lKavdhu fyd| iqodkulska isák nj ue;sõia fuu idlÉpdfõ§ fy<slr we;';ju;a bkaÈhdj ;=,§ bkaÈhdj fgiaÜ ;r.hl mrdch lsÍug wfmdfydi;a ù isák w;r fuf,i fgiaÜ ;r.hla tu rfܧ ch .ekSug fkdyels ù ;sfnk Y%S ,xldfõ wfkla m%;sjdÈhd jkafka Tiag%ේ,shdj muKs'

“bkaÈhdj tlal fi,a,ï lrk tl f,ais kE'tal bkaÈhdfõ jqkdu fldfydu;a wudrehs'wms fyd| iqodkul bkafka ;r.dj,shg uqyqK fokak" bkaÈhdj tlal wfma rfÜ ;r.dj,sfha wid¾:l ùu f,dl= m%Yakhla lr.kak ´k kE'”

óg jir 8lg fmr ;u m<uq úfoia ixpdrhg iyNd.S jQ ue;sõiag ;u m<uq fgiaÜ Y;lh wysñ lr .;af;a ÿjoa§ oeùhdulg ,laùu ksidh'ta jk úg 22 jk úfha isá ue;sõiag fuu wñysß w;aoelSula úh'

“we;a;gu tal ug wñysß w;aoelSula"uu fyd¢ka mkaÿjg myr foñka ysáfha t;k ,l=Kq 2la we;s lsh, uu uqr,s tlal fojeks ,l=Kg .shd"iÑkaf.a fyd| mkaÿ ndr §u;a tlal ug ,l=Kq 99 § oeù hkak isÿ jqkd"tal ug wñysß w;aoelSula jf.au fyd| mdvul=;a jqkd'”

Y%S ,xld lKavdhfï w;aoelSï nyq,u ms;slrejd jk ue;sõia Y%S ,xldj i;= úYajdikShu ms;slrejdo fõ'Tyq bka§h ixpdrh ms<sn|j wjidk jYfhka iqnjd§j woyia olajd we;'



“fï ixpdrfha uu ;uhs w;aoelSï w;ska Wäkau bkafka"b;ska ug f,dl= j.lSula ;shkjd'fgiaÜ l%Svd lf,a ke;s jqkdg bkaÈhdfõ iSñ; mkaÿjdr ;r. ftMa<a w;aoelSï ;shk wh lKavdhfï bkakjd'fyd|g lrk tl ;uhs uf.a jf.au lKavdhfï;a wruqK'”


Emirates today celebrates the milestone delivery of its 100th Airbus A380 aircraft at a special ceremony with Airbus at the manufacturer’s delivery centre in Hamburg.His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Emirates’ Chairman and Chief Executive officiated the ceremony. He was joined at the event by Sir Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline; Tom Enders, Airbus Chief Executive Officer; Dominic Horwood, Rolls-Royce, Director - Customer and Services; His Excellency Ali Al Ahmed, UAE Ambassador to Germany and Frank Horch, Senator for Economy, Transport and Innovation of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.Sheikh Ahmed said: “This is a tremendous moment for Emirates, for Airbus and for our many partners involved in the A380 programme.There is no doubt that the A380 has had a big positive impact on aerospace manufacturing and the broader aviation industry, supporting hundreds of thousands of jobs and stimulating innovation and new product development in many related areas such as ground handling, catering, airport facilities and cabin products, to name a few.

“Importantly, the A380 also brought the flying experience for our customers to the next level. The aircraft itself is a showpiece of engineering.It is the world’s largest commercial passenger jet but it is quiet and efficient and at Emirates we’ve utilised the onboard real estate to redefine the thinking around inflight products and experience. Our flight crew love to fly it and our customers love to fly in it.“For Emirates, the A380 has been a success. We’ve been able to utilise it at slot-constrained airports, as well as at regional and ‘secondary’ airports where we have grown passenger demand.Each time we deploy an A380 onto a route, it typically stimulates further traffic and demand as travellers are attracted by our flagship A380 experience. We remain committed to the programme and will work closely with Airbus and our partners to continually enhance our A380 product as we look ahead to receiving our remaining 42 aircraft on order.”“We are extremely proud of our long-standing relationship with Emirates – a partnership that has been integral to the A380 programme,” said Tom Enders. “It is a source of immense satisfaction for everyone at Airbus that such a visionary airline has believed in the A380 from the beginning and chosen it as its flagship and the backbone of its operations. And, of course, it is always exciting to hear positive feedback from our customers and passengers about the aircraft, while associating it with Dubai’s success as the world’s most dynamic air transport hub.”Dominic Horwood said: “We would like to congratulate Emirates on this momentous occasion. We are very proud to be powering their 100th Airbus A380 and look forward to building on our strong relationship in years to come.”Powered by Rolls-Royce engines, Emirates’ 100th A380 is configured in three cabin classes, with 14 private suites in First class, 76 seats in Business and 426 seats in Economy.It also features the airline’s newly revamped Onboard Lounge. It will be on display at the upcoming Dubai Air Show and will enter service afterwards.


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