Emirates Airlines planes are parked at the Dubai international airport in the Gulf emirate on April 20, 2010. AFP PHOTO/KARIM SAHIB
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Emirates, the world's biggest international airline, will add a 10th daily flight to London in October, bolstering its challenge to British Airways in the European carrier's own backyard.Dubai-based Emirates will operate the service to the U.K. capital's secondary Gatwick hub, giving it four daily flights there together with six at London Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, it said Thursday.London is already the most popular city for Emirates, with the extra service lifting capacity to 4,600 seats each way per day and taking total weekly flights to 70 .
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