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EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
A plane takes off near the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A plane takes off near the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International...
A plane takes off near the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match Story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines, Adnan Kazim, speaks as the new terminal dedicated...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines, Kazim, speaks as the new terminal dedicated for...
Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines, Adnan Kazim, speaks as the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft is seen in the background at the concourse in Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
A plane passes in between the Emirates Airlines terminal (L) and the new terminal dedicated for A380...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A plane passes in between the Emirates Airlines terminal and the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft...
A plane passes in between the Emirates Airlines terminal (L) and the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
A plane is seen beside the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A plane is seen beside the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International...
A plane is seen beside the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International Airport January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
Screens display flight departure information at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport,...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Screens display flight departure information at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport
Screens display flight departure information at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
A ground staff member arranges luggage trolleys at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport,...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A ground staff member arranges luggage trolleys at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport...
A ground staff member arranges luggage trolleys at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
Travellers are seen at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Travellers are seen at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport
Travellers are seen at the Emirates terminal at Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
A plane passes next to the Emirates Airlines terminal at the concourse in Dubai International Airport,...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A plane passes next to the Emirates Airlines terminal at the concourse in Dubai International Airport...
A plane passes next to the Emirates Airlines terminal at the concourse in Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS
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January 09, 2013
Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines, Adnan Kazim, gestures towards the new terminal...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines, Kazim, gestures towards the new terminal dedicated...
Divisional Senior Vice President of Emirates Airlines, Adnan Kazim, gestures towards the new terminal dedicated for A380 aircraft at the concourse in Dubai International Airport, January 7, 2013. With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet. Emirates, Dubai's state-owned flagship airline, began flying from the world's first airport terminal that was purpose-built to handle Airbus A380 superjumbos. The 528,000 square metre terminal cost over $3 billion to build and has 20 gates with double-decker bridges to move passengers on and off the twin-deck A380s. Picture taken January 7, 2013. To match story EMIRATES-AIRPORT/SUPERJUMBOS REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
DUBAI-ART/
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June 13, 2012
People walk on a bridge which connects to the art village at Dubai International Financial Center May...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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People walk on a bridge which connects to the art village at Dubai International Financial Center May 21, 2012. Dubai has discovered there really are some things money can't buy. After a decade of petro dollar-driven successes establishing itself rapidly into a regional financial, trade, tourism and retail centre, the emirate has hit a speed bump in an unexpected arena - art. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match Feature DUBAI-ART/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TRAVEL)
DUBAI-ART/
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June 13, 2012
A man walks on a bridge which connects to the art village at the Dubai International Financial Center...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
To match Feature DUBAI-ART/
A man walks on a bridge which connects to the art village at the Dubai International Financial Center May 21, 2012. Dubai has discovered there really are some things money can't buy. After a decade of petro dollar-driven successes establishing itself rapidly into a regional financial, trade, tourism and retail centre, the emirate has hit a speed bump in an unexpected arena - art. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match Feature DUBAI-ART/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TRAVEL)
DUBAI/
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April 02, 2012
The name of the ship is seen as Commander Mehmet Dagci, Executive Officer of TCG GIRESUN, speaks in the...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The name of the ship is seen as Commander Mehmet Dagci, Executive Officer of TCG GIRESUN, speaks in Port...
The name of the ship is seen as Commander Mehmet Dagci, Executive Officer of TCG GIRESUN, speaks in the bridge room after a briefing of Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 and NATO's counter piracy mission off the Horn of Africa, on board the TCG GIRESUN in Port Rashid, April 2, 2012. NATO Flagship TCG GIRESUN is the Flagship of Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 (SNMG2), which is currently conducting the counter piracy mission, codenamed Operation Ocean Shield. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY)
GULF-USA/
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February 14, 2012
Watchstanders inside the Flag Bridge of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72)...
Arabian Gulf, United Arab Emirates
Watchstanders inside the Flag Bridge of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln stand by...
Watchstanders inside the Flag Bridge of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) stand by during a look out for surface and air contacts during a transit through the Strait of Hormuz, February 14, 2012. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (GULF - Tags: POLITICS)
GULF-USA/
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February 14, 2012
Sailors clean windows for the watchstanders inside the Flag Bridge of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier...
Arabian Gulf, United Arab Emirates
Sailors clean windows for watchstanders inside the Flag Bridge of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS...
Sailors clean windows for the watchstanders inside the Flag Bridge of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) looking for surface and air contacts during a transit through the Strait of Hormuz, February 14, 2012. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (GULF - Tags: POLITICS)
EMIRATES/
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February 05, 2012
People walk on a bridge overlooking the Burj Khalifa at the Dubai Mall shopping center in Dubai, February...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
People walk on a bridge which overlooking the Burj Khalifa at the Dubai Mall shopping center in Dubai...
People walk on a bridge overlooking the Burj Khalifa at the Dubai Mall shopping center in Dubai, February 5, 2012. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
EMIRATES/
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February 04, 2012
A Salik toll gate is seen on Al Garhoud bridge in Dubai, February 4, 2012. Launched in July 2007, the...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A Salik toll gate is seen on Al Garhoud bridge in Dubai
A Salik toll gate is seen on Al Garhoud bridge in Dubai, February 4, 2012. Launched in July 2007, the electronic toll collection system currently has four electronic gates in Dubai. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: CITYSPACE)
OMAN/
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March 01, 2011
Protesters gather near a bridge leading to the port, after they were dispersed by soldiers, in the northern...
Sohar, Oman
Protesters gather near a bridge leading to the port, after they were dispersed by soldiers, in Sohar,...
Protesters gather near a bridge leading to the port, after they were dispersed by soldiers, in the northern industrial town of Sohar in Oman March 1, 2011. Omani troops fired in the air, wounding one person, when they moved in to disperse a crowd demanding jobs and political reforms near the northern port of Sohar on Tuesday, the fourth day of protests, witnesses said. REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh (OMAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
OMAN/
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March 01, 2011
Protesters gather near a bridge leading to the port, after they were dispersed by soldiers, in the northern...
Sohar, Oman
Protesters gather near a bridge leading to the port, after they were dispersed by soldiers, in Sohar,...
Protesters gather near a bridge leading to the port, after they were dispersed by soldiers, in the northern industrial town of Sohar in Oman March 1, 2011. Omani troops fired in the air, wounding one person, when they moved in to disperse a crowd demanding jobs and political reforms near the northern port of Sohar on Tuesday, the fourth day of protests, witnesses said. REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh (OMAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
OMAN/
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March 01, 2011
A veiled protester looks on as he gather with others near a bridge leading to the port, after they were...
Sohar, Oman
A veiled protester looks on as he gather with others near a bridge leading to the port, after they were...
A veiled protester looks on as he gather with others near a bridge leading to the port, after they were dispersed by soldiers, in the northern industrial town of Sohar in Oman March 1, 2011. Omani troops fired in the air, wounding one person, when they moved in to disperse a crowd demanding jobs and political reforms near the northern port of Sohar on Tuesday, the fourth day of protests, witnesses said. REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh (OMAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
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