Delayed aircraft deliveries have become the norm rather than the exception in recent years. Moreover, aircraft that are delivered late are often still full of teething problems that sometimes hamper operations for years. In response, airlines usually complain and get some kind of compensation that is hardly ever publicly discussed. By taking advantage of an unusual set of circumstances, Emirates is now trying a different way: playing hardball. The carrier is in a favorable negotiating ...

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