Emirates Airline and Rolls-Royce sign $9.2bn deal

Dubai's Emirates Airline on Friday awarded a record engines deal worth $9.2-billion (8.5-billion-euro) to British aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce.
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Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce John Rishton (L) and President of Emirates Airlines Tim Clark shake hands after a press conference in central London on April 17, 2015. Dubai's Emirates Airline on Friday awarded a record engines deal worth $9.2-billion (8.5-billion-euro) to British aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce John Rishton (L) and President of Emirates Airlines Tim Clark shake hands after addressing a press conference in central London on April 17, 2015. Dubai's Emirates Airline on Friday awarded a record engines deal worth $9.2-billion (8.5-billion-euro) to British aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce John Rishton (2nd L) and President of Emirates Airline Tim Clark (2nd R) address a press conference in central London on April 17, 2015. Dubai's Emirates Airline on Friday awarded a record engines deal worth $9.2-billion (8.5-billion-euro) to British aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An Emirates Airline employee is pictured during a press conference with Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce John Rishton and President of Emirates Airline Tim Clark in central London on April 17, 2015. Dubai's Emirates Airline on Friday awarded a record engines deal worth $9.2-billion (8.5-billion-euro) to British aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft is seen above roof top as it comes into lane at Heathrow Airport in west London on February 18, 2015. Heathrow's expansion plan to build a third runway is backed by trade unions, airlines and businesses, but opposed by many residents, British media report. London's Heathrow is Europe's busiest in terms of passenger numbers, and the world's busiest for international passenger traffic. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A man walks past the Rolls-Royce iconic mascot 'Spirit of Ecstacy' on the bonnet of a Rolls-Royce during the 23rd'Swiss Classic British Car Meeting' on October 4, 2014 in Morges, Western Switzerland. Hundreds of classic British car models, MGs from the 1950s, Austins from the 1930s, racing Jaguars from the 60s, old Rolls-Royces and Bentleys gathered in the lakeside town of Morges, 50km from Geneva. (AFP/Getty Images)