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EIB-2013-0057 - Emirates - Export of Boeing 777 Aircraft to the United Arab Emirates

 

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Application Number AP088400XX for a Final Commitment for the Export of Boeing 777 Aircraft to the United Arab Emirates

EIB-2013-0057

January 6, 2014

Joint Comments of Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, and Air Line Pilots Association, International

Exhibit A - Federal Register Notice - Request for Comments - December 11, 2013

Exhibit B - Does the Airline Industry Suffer from Overcapacity - Amel, Kasper, Lee and Brueckner

Exhibit C - Press Releases, Annual Report, Court Orders, News Articles

Exhibit D - Declaration of Daniel Kasper and Eric Amel

Emirates’ access to low-cost financing through the Bank’s guarantees has permitted it to add more capacity in direct competition with U.S. carriers that it could have otherwise. Emirates currently operates or is scheduled to operate out of eight American cities (Boston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington)5 It has plans to add Miami and Chicago to this list, with the aim of eventually serving a total of fifteen U.S. cities sometime in the next three to five years, a number that would represent more than a doubling of its American network since 2012. In fact, Emirates has specifically targeted the Americas as one of the “three most important regions for Emirates” in terms of revenue potential, after reporting a revenue increase of almost 24% from FY 2011-2012 to FY 2012-2013 for the region.

Counsel: Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Michael Kellogg, 202-326-7900 for Delta / Cooley, Jonathan Hill, 202-776-2725 for Hawaiian / ALPA, Russell Bailey, 202-797-4086


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