Emirates Airlines is on track to report a USD1 billion profit in 2010, with CEO, Tim Clark, stating its 2010/2011 profits will be bigger than the FY2009/2010 profit of just under USD1 billion (The National/Reuters, 07/08-Jun-2010). Mr Clark added that passenger and cargo demand remains strong, with the carrier already "well ahead" of forecasts.
Emirates expects USD1bn profit in 2010
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