Emirates Airline warned of a difficult second half of its fiscal year after a profit drop of 86% in the first six months. The Dubai-based carrier recorded a net profit of $62 million for the first-half, which ended Sept. 30, compared to $452 million in the same period last year. “The next six months will be tough,” Emirates Group CEO Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum said Nov. 15.  “But the Emirates Group’s foundations remain strong. (…) We are ...

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