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... suffered for their food!
I decide to explore again being our last day in Dubai. I wander in the direction of the metro station looking forward to the cooling a-c in there. The stations are an attraction in themselves. I decide I want to go from modern Dubai, back to the creek and then Burj al Arab. I arrive first at the Mall of the Emirates eager to check out Ski Dubai. An amazing mall again, not that such is my thing. But to see chairlifts ...
... not miserable. I use that word lightly, because, while my experience was quite tolerable (seeing that I was incredibly lucky and spent seven hours of the flight completely asleep), most individuals were crammed next to drooling strangers.
Our route took us up and over Canada, over Greenland, down across eastern Europe and then into Dubai. The jet was equipped with a real-time camera on the outside and a tracking program that displayed ...
... Hollow in comparison.... Had to board a shuttle bus for transport out to the next aircraft. Then we had to climb the back stairs which seems a bit primitive for Dubai. There is another terminal building under construction...it seems they need it. Boarding has been a rabble as there was no sorting of passengers beforehand! We're on another Boeing 777-300 and still at the back right hand side. Plane seems to be an older model... configuration is a bit different. Rego is ...
... SIM card while I wait and off course dropped my Telstra one like a loser so I got to hotel, got key, looked at room only then to have to sort out Internet and I went back to airport to see if I could find SIM card. Which I did. Miracle right. So by this stage it is 3.30am Dubai time then I noticed a tour desk so I booked this mornings tour then went to room to Skype mummy. So this morning was fun. Dubai is massive. Fun because i had camera time too. Saw the largest ...
... Gennady explain Pricing and Revenue Management and how demand drives price. For example, if Washington D.C. to Dubai is a very popular route and usually fills up, the airline does not need to release very low fares and not profit as much as they could. On the flip side, if a route is not booking as high as expected and sales are down, there could be a special offer to increase demand and fill the aircraft. Essentially, If an ...
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