The event saw more than 350 delegates from Abu Dhabi and UAE businesses.
The loan will finance the purchase of ten new Airbus A320 aircraft, which is part of a larger order.
Book by May 27 for savings on outbound travel from Dubai until June 19.
There were hardly any bookings on the flight that was supposed to start service May 2.
A dispute over fuel prices has stalled the entry of both carriers into Saudi Arabia.
The carrier has 32 A380s in service and three more to be delivered soon from France.
The airline has signed an initial agreement for 25 new Airbus planes with an option for 10 more.
The carrier has claimed the 787 grounding cost it $200 million in revenues so far.
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