Emirates Airline has withdrawn its application to operate flights from Dubai to Mexico City via an intermediate stop in Spain, after Mexican authorities granted three flights a week versus the daily schedule sought by the Dubai-based carrier. In its decision to withdraw, Emirates said the proposed 3x-weekly plan was not commercially viable “given the resource investment required for such a long-distance operation, not to mention the negative impact on connectivity and convenience for ...

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