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Emirates
IATA
EK
ICAO
UAE
Callsign
EMIRATES
Founded 1985
Commenced operations 25 October 1985
Hubs Dubai International Airport [A]
Frequent flyer program Skywards
Member lounge Emirates Lounge
Subsidiaries
Fleet size 137 (+140 orders) excl.Cargo [B]
Destinations 92 excl.Cargo
Company slogan "Fly Emirates. Keep Discovering"
"Fly Emirates. To over Six Continents"
Parent company The Emirates Group
Headquarters Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Key people Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum (Chairman/CEO)
Maurice Flanagan (Executive Vice-Chairman)
Tim Clark (President)
Website www.emirates.com
Emirates Airline headquarters
.Emirates (Arabic: طيران الإمارات Ṭayarān al-Imārāt) is a major airline in the Middle East, and a subsidiary of The Emirates Group.^ Emirates Airline also called Emirates is a subsidiary of Dubai based company Emirates Group.
  • Emirates Airlines Flights Deals to India from USA - Fly Emirate Airways Discount Cheap Airfares Emirate Flights Air Ways - Make My Trip 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC us.makemytrip.com [Source type: News]
  • Book USA to India Emirates Airlines Tickets, Online Emirates Airlines Flight Status: Make My Trip 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC us.makemytrip.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirates (airline) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Emirates (Arabic: طيران الإمارات Ṭayarān al-Imārāt) is a major airline in the Middle East, and a subsidiary of The Emirates Group.
  • http://topics.newsweek.com/business/travel/airlines/emirates-airline.htm 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC topics.newsweek.com [Source type: News]

^ Notes: Emirates Airline is referred to in Arabic as tayaran al emarat.
  • Emirates Airlines [EK/UAE] Dubai Airways - TEN Travel & Tourism [UAE] 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC travel.theemiratesnetwork.com [Source type: News]

.It is the national airline of Dubai, United Arab Emirates and operates around 2200 passenger flights per week,[1] from its hub at Dubai International Airport Terminal 3, to 106 destinations in 60 countries across 6 continents.^ The airline operates over 2,350 passenger flights a week, to 89 destinations in 55 countries over the world.
  • Emirates Airline Toronto - Toronto Flights & Airline Tickets - Airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.opentoronto.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirate is the national airline of Dubai.
  • Emirates Airlines : Online Booking, Flight Status & Schedule at www.emirates.com | Ready2Beat 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC ready2beat.com [Source type: General]

^ Other airlines flying to United Arab Emirates .
  • Airlines to United Arab Emirates (AE) - Comprehensive search 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.skyscanner.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[2] .The company also operates four of some of the world's longest non-stop commercial flights from Dubai to Los Angeles, San Francisco, São Paulo and, Houston all on the Boeing 777-200LR.^ The company also operates four of the world's longest non-stop commercial flights from Dubai to Los Angeles, São Paulo, Houston, and San Francisco, all on the Boeing 777-200LR. Emirates is a subsidary of The Emirates Group, which has over 40,000 employees, and is wholly-owned by the Government of Dubai directly under the Investment Corporation of Dubai.
  • Emirates Airline, Airline - News - Evri 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.evri.com [Source type: News]

^ "North America is a hugely important market to Emirates, we are currently operating non-stop flights to Dubai from New York, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Toronto.
  • Emirates Airline renews Breeders' Cup sponsorship - NTRA 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.ntra.com [Source type: News]

^ Air Emirates operates flights from its base in Dubai to the rest of the world.

[3][4] .Emirates is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which has over 40,000 employees, and is wholly-owned by the Government of Dubai directly under the Investment Corporation of Dubai.^ Emirates Airline also called Emirates is a subsidiary of Dubai based company Emirates Group.
  • Emirates Airlines Flights Deals to India from USA - Fly Emirate Airways Discount Cheap Airfares Emirate Flights Air Ways - Make My Trip 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC us.makemytrip.com [Source type: News]
  • Book USA to India Emirates Airlines Tickets, Online Emirates Airlines Flight Status: Make My Trip 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC us.makemytrip.com [Source type: News]

^ It is the biggest ever by Emirates, which is owned by the Dubai government.
  • Emirates Airline to order $6.6 billion worth of 777s 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.seattlepi.com [Source type: News]

^ Ownership Emirates Airlines is a subsidiary of the Emirates Group, and is wholly-owned by the government of Dubai.
  • Emirates - Seatplans.com 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.seatplans.com [Source type: General]

[5] .Cargo activities are undertaken by the Emirates Group's Emirates SkyCargo division.^ Emirates SkyCargo is the cargo subsidiary of Emirates.
  • Emirates Airlines Fly Emirates Media Man Australia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mediaman.com.au [Source type: News]

^ Cargo activities are undertaken by the Emirates Group's Emirates SkyCargo division.
  • Emirates: Winner of Best Airline for First Class - Expert Reviews | Bestcovery 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.bestcovery.com [Source type: General]
  • Emirates: Winner of Best Airline for Business Class - Expert Reviews | Bestcovery 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.bestcovery.com [Source type: General]
  • Emirates Airline, Airline - News - Evri 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.evri.com [Source type: News]
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^ The airline also maintains a separate cargo division, by the name of Emirates SkyCargo.
  • Emirates Airline India - Emirates Airlines Profile - Emirates Airline History 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.iloveindia.com [Source type: News]

[6]
.During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai.^ During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai.
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^ Gulf Air began to cut back its service to Dubai in the mid-1980s.
  • The Emirates Group -- Company History 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.fundinguniverse.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Boeing 777-300ER During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai.
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.As a result Emirates was conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family, whose Dubai Royal Air Wing provided two of the airline's first aircraft.^ As a result Emirates was conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family , whose Dubai Royal Air Wing provided two of the airline's first aircraft.
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^ As a result, Emirates Airlines was conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family, whose Dubai Air Wing provided two of the airline's first aircraft, used Boeing 727s.
  • The Emirates Group -- Company History 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.fundinguniverse.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Establishment of Emirates Airline Dubai government founded Emirates Airline in 1985.
  • AIRLINES: Emirates Airline | Atakos.com 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.atakos.com [Source type: General]

.It was required to operate independent of government subsidies, apart from $10 million in start-up capital.^ It was required to operate independent of government subsidies, however, apart from $10 million in start-up capital.
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^ It was required to operate independent of government subsidies, apart from $10 million in start-up capital.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Having provided an initial start-up capital of US$10m plus and an additional investment of circa US$80m at the time of the airline's inception,[1] the Dubai government is the sole owner of the company.
  • Emirates Airlines Fly Emirates Media Man Australia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mediaman.com.au [Source type: News]

.The airline became headed by Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the airline's present chairman.^ Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the Ruler’s uncle and the chairman and chief execut...
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^ Saeed Al Maktoum, CEO and chairman of Emirates Airline , heads economic development committee.
  • United Arab Emirates Airline News - Airline Industry Today 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC airlines.einnews.com [Source type: News]

^ Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum .

.In the years following its founding, the airline expanded both its fleet and its destinations.^ In the years following its founding, the airline expanded both its fleet and its destinations.
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^ The airline has expanded at a fast rate and today is responsible for more than half the flights out of Dubai Airport and runs a fleet of 110 planes.
  • Emirates Airline - flights and passenger information 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.cheapflights.com [Source type: News]

^ Presently, the fleet of the airlines has 117 aircrafts and around 76 domestic and international destinations are connected.
  • Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV), Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight Tickets on Book Cheap Flights Online 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.bookcheapflightsonline.com [Source type: News]

[7] .In October 2008, Emirates moved all operations at Dubai International Airport to Terminal 3, a new terminal exclusively dedicated to Emirates.^ Its main hub is Dubai International Airport.
  • Emirates Airline - flights and passenger information 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.cheapflights.com [Source type: News]
  • Emirates Flights to India, Emirates Airline Flight Tickets Booking, Cheap Emirate Tickets to India, Lowest Airfares at Yatra 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.yatra.com [Source type: News]

^ DXB Dubai flights - flights to and from Dubai International Airport .

^ Emirates Airline begins its phased move to the dedicated new terminal three (T3) at Dubai International Airport on October 14.
  • Travel and Tourism News Middle East - Articles 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.ttnworldwide.com [Source type: News]

.Emirates operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft and is one of only nine airlines to operate an all wide-body aircraft fleet.^ It operates an all-widebody fleet resulting in lower unit costs compared with airlines operating mixed narrow/wide-body fleets.
  • Emirates Airlines Fly Emirates Media Man Australia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mediaman.com.au [Source type: News]

^ Emirates is one of only six airlines in the world to operate a fleet of all wide-body aircraft.
  • Emirates Airlines Flights Deals to India from USA - Fly Emirate Airways Discount Cheap Airfares Emirate Flights Air Ways - Make My Trip 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC us.makemytrip.com [Source type: News]

^ Is the Emirates Airline fleet leased or owned?
  • WikiAnswers - How much does Emirates Airline pay its pilots 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC wiki.answers.com [Source type: General]

.The centrepiece of the airline's fleet is the Boeing 777.^ The centrepiece of the airline's fleet is the Boeing 777 .
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^ Pending approval by the European Aviation Safety Agency, the airline expects to have a system installed in the first of its Boeing 777 fleet in January that enables cellphones to operate at minimum power levels that won't interfere with in-flight systems.
  • Emirates Airline will be taking cellphone route - USATODAY.com 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.usatoday.com [Source type: News]

^ Boeings deal with Emirates Airline consists of a firm sale of four 777-300ER with options on nine more, for a total contract value of $2.96 billion.
  • Emirates to Buy 777-300ER Planes 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.arabnews.com [Source type: News]

.Emirates also has orders for 58 Airbus A380s and became the second operator of the Airbus A380-800 after Singapore Airlines when their first aircraft was delivered on 28 July 2008.[8] Emirates has won numerous awards and is an industry bellwether for aircraft purchases, purchasing over 130 aircraft in 2007 alone.^ Airbus has 70 firm orders for the A380, including those from Emirates.
  • Emirates Airline to order $6.6 billion worth of 777s 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.seattlepi.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirates to operate to Kozhikode, India from July .
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^ Emirates has won numerous awards and is an industry bellwether for aircraft purchases, purchasing over 130 aircraft in 2007 alone.
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[9]
.The airline ranks amongst the top 10 carriers worldwide in terms of revenue, passenger kilometres, and has become the largest airline in the Middle East in terms of revenue, fleet size, and passengers carried as of 2007.[10] In 2009 the airline was the seventh-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried,[11] and fourth-largest[12] in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown.^ December 16, 2009 at 10:11 am .
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates is also the fifth largest in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown and the largest airline in the Middle East.
  • Emirates Airlines - Flights, tickets and Info Online 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightsite.co.za [Source type: News]

^ The airline was the seventh-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried, [ 11 ] and fourth-largest [ 12 ] in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.Emirates has built up a strong brand name as a trendsetter in the aviation industry, particularly in terms of service excellence, coupled with consistent profitability.^ Emirates has built one of the best brands in global aviation, and it’s actually profitable.

^ "Emirates traffic up, but profit down .
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^ Emirates has built up a strong brand name as a trendsetter in the aviation industry, particularly in terms of service excellence, coupled with consistent profitability.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

[13] .In 2009, Emirates was voted the fifth best airline in the world by research consultancy firm Skytrax.^ Best Airline of the World in 2009 .
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^ Emirates Airline Champion Stakes 2009 .
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^ In 2009, Emirates was voted the second best First Class by Skytrax .
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Contents

History

Origins

.During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai.^ Boeing 777-300ER During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai.
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^ Gulf Air began to cut back its service to Dubai in the mid-1980s.
  • The Emirates Group -- Company History 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.fundinguniverse.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai.
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  • Emirates Airline, Airline - News - Evri 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.evri.com [Source type: News]
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.As a result Emirates was conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family, whose Dubai Royal Air Wing provided two of the airline's first aircraft, used Boeing 727-200/Advs.^ As a result Emirates was conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family , whose Dubai Royal Air Wing provided two of the airline's first aircraft.
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^ Emirates Airlines was founded in October 1985.

^ As a result Emirates was conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family, whose Dubai Royal Air Wing provided two of the airline's first aircraft, used Boeing 727-200/Advs .
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.It was required to operate independent of government subsidies, apart from $10 million in start-up capital.^ It was required to operate independent of government subsidies, however, apart from $10 million in start-up capital.
  • The Emirates Group -- Company History 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.fundinguniverse.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ It was required to operate independent of government subsidies, apart from $10 million in start-up capital.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Emirates Airline, Airline - News - Evri 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.evri.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Having provided an initial start-up capital of US$10m plus and an additional investment of circa US$80m at the time of the airline's inception,[1] the Dubai government is the sole owner of the company.
  • Emirates Airlines Fly Emirates Media Man Australia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mediaman.com.au [Source type: News]

It also leased a new Boeing 737-300 from Pakistan International Airlines which was returned in 1987.[15]
.The first flight of the airline was, Dubai-Karachi on 25 October 1985.[16] The airline leased an Airbus 300B4-200, from Pakistan International Airlines.^ The first flight, Dubai-Karachi on October 25, 1985, was a Pakistani connection in more ways than one.
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^ The airline leased the aircraft, an Airbus 300, from Pakistan International Airlines.
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^ Phoenix hoping to attract international flight on Dubai's Emirates airline .
  • Phoenix hoping to attract international flight on Dubai's Emirates airline - Phoenix Business Journal: 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC phoenix.bizjournals.com [Source type: News]
  • Phoenix hoping to attract international flight on Dubai's Emirates airline - Phoenix Business Journal: 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC phoenix.bizjournals.com [Source type: News]

.Bombay and Delhi were the next destinations for the airline.^ Bombay and Delhi were the next destinations for the airline.
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^ Destinations serviced include London, Singapore, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Bombay, Delhi, Hong Kong, Muscat and Madras.

^ Bombay and Delhi were the other two earliest destinations.
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.Emirates became profitable within its first nine months.^ Emirates became profitable within its first nine months.
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^ Emirates was profitable within nine months.
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^ As an innovator in the airline industry, Emirates Airline became the first airline to provide a personal video system in every seat in all classes of service.
  • Continental Airlines - Emirates 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.continental.com [Source type: News]

.During its first year, it carried about 260,000 passengers and 10,000 tons of freight.^ During its first year, it carried 260,000 passengers and 10,000 tons of freight.
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^ It carried 68,000 tons of cargo and 1.6 million passengers that year.
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^ It carried 68,000 tons of cargo and 1.6 million passengers in the same year.
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.By 1986, the airline was adding new destinations such as Colombo, Dhaka, Amman, and Cairo to its route network.^ By 1986, the airline was adding new destinations such as Colombo , Dhaka , Amman , and Cairo to its route network.
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^ In 1986, Colombo, Dhaka, Amman, and Cairo were added to the route network.
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^ Several new destinations are added each year.
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.Emirates launched daily nonstop service to London Gatwick on 6 July 1987 with two new Airbus A310s.^ Emirates launched daily nonstop service to London (Gatwick) on July 6, 1987 with two new Airbus A310s.
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^ Emirates launched daily nonstop service to London Gatwick on 6 July 1987 with two new Airbus A310s .
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^ Jan 10 Emirates to launch double-daily services to Jakarta .
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.It also started flights to Singapore.^ It also started flights to Singapore .
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.The airline in 1987 added Frankfurt via Istanbul, and Male (Maldive Islands).^ Other destinations added in 1987 were Frankfurt via Istanbul, and Male (Maldive Islands).
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^ The airline in 1987 added Frankfurt via Istanbul , and Male (Maldive Islands).
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.Emirates lacked a regional network, as its main competitor Gulf Air also dominated traffic in the region.^ Emirates lacked a regional network, as its main competitor Gulf Air also dominated traffic in the region.
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^ Clark, a veteran of the now-defunct British Caledonian airline, joined Emirates the day it was founded two decades ago after spending a decade working for Bahrain's Gulf Air, once the region's pre-eminent carrier.
  • Emirates Airline spreading its wings 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.seattlepi.com [Source type: News]

^ Gulf-based carriers such as Emirates which are expanding in the region and ...
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.This growth came as the region was experiencing a downturn, with the Gulf War and the laying off expatriate workers as factors.^ This growth came as the region was experiencing a downturn, with the Gulf War and the laying off expatriate workers as factors.
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^ This impressive early growth came as the region was experiencing a business downturn, with the Gulf War a contributing factor, and the subsequent laying off of expatriate workers--both bad news for the air travel industry.
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.In its second year, competitors had accused Emirates of starting a price war, something the airline's competitors still accuse Emirates of doing.^ In its second year, competitors accused Emirates of starting a price war.
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^ In its second year, competitors had accused Emirates of starting a price war , something the airline's competitors still accuse Emirates of doing.
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^ While most of the world's airlines have spent the past year slashing costs and trimming services, Emirates started eight new major routes in 2004 alone and now flies to 78 destinations in 55 countries.
  • A New High Flyer - TIME 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.time.com [Source type: News]

.By the end of 1987, Emirates was serving 11 destinations.^ By the end of 1987, Emirates was serving 11 destinations.
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^ Today only, Emirates is offering an extra $100 off every seat in every class to every destination (100+) from every U.S. departure city that Emirates serves.

^ As Dubai continues to become a leading business center and tourist destination it will serve as Emirates' ideal platform.
  • Emirates Airline executive shares success story that began "22 years ago with two planes in the desert" - News 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.whartonjournal.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

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Incorporation and growth

.Emirates had become one of the world's fastest growing airlines by the early 1990s.^ Since its launch in 1985, Emirates has become one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, with a fleet of aircraft which is currently one of the youngest in the sky.
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^ Emirates is one of the fastest growing airlines in world, now serving over 100 destinations.

^ Emirates had become one of the world's fastest growing airlines by the early 1990s.
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.Revenues increased by about $100 million each year, approaching $500 million in the year 1993. It carried 68,000 tons of cargo and 1.6 million passengers in the same year.^ During its first year, it carried 260,000 passengers and 10,000 tons of freight.
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^ During its first year, it carried about 260,000 passengers and 10,000 tons of freight .
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^ Revenues increased by about $100 million a year, approaching $500 million in fiscal 1993.
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.The Gulf War had helped Emirates by keeping other airlines out of the area.^ The Gulf War had helped Emirates by keeping other airlines out of the area.
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^ The Gulf War, ironically, had benefited Emirates by keeping other airlines out of the area.
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^ Emirates is a rich airline it can afford lot of advertising budgets to brain wash the public but  other asian airlines donot have that capacity to compete with it so they loose ground and their immage remains lower.Thanks for keeping the public informed.

.Emirates was the only airline to continue flying in the last ten days of the war.^ Emirates Airlines flying high .
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^ Emirates was the only airline to continue flying in the last ten days of the war.
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^ On 28 July 2008, Emirates received its first Airbus A380 aircraft and became the world's second airline to fly the Airbus A380 after Singapore Airlines.
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[citation needed]
Emirates operated nine A310s by 1998
.A partnership agreement with US Airways entered in the fall of 1993 allowed Emirates to offer services round the world.^ A partnership agreement with US Airlines entered in the fall of 1993 allowed Emirates to offer around-the-world service.
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^ Emirates operated nine A310s by 1998 A partnership agreement with US Airways entered in the fall of 1993 allowed Emirates to offer services round the world.
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^ A partnership agreement with US Airways entered in the fall of 1993 allowed Emirates to offer services round the world.
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.It previously had cooperation agreements with Cyprus Airways.^ It previously had cooperation agreements with Cyprus Airways .
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^ It had previously inked cooperation agreements with Cyprus Airways.
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.By 1994, the airline was connecting 32 destinations with its 15 aircraft.^ Emirates was connecting 32 destinations with its 15 aircraft.
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^ By 1994, the airline was connecting 32 destinations with its 15 aircraft.
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^ Presently, the fleet of the airlines has 117 aircrafts and around 76 domestic and international destinations are connected.
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.At this time Emirates was the sixth largest airline in the Middle East.^ It was the sixth largest of eight Middle East carriers.
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^ At this time Emirates was the sixth largest airline in the Middle East .
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^ EMIRATES AIRLINES operates a whooping scheduled passenger services, with nearly 2640 flights each week, serving 87 cities in 59 countries in Europe, North America, Middle East, Africa, India and Asia-Pacific.
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.Emirates took in revenues of $643.4 million in the year ending 30 March 1994. The airline had 4,000 employees and carried two million passengers a year between 34 destinations with a fleet of 18 Airbus aircraft.^ Emirates Airlines - Lost Laptop from carry-on .
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^ We learned that Emirates had been voted Airline of the Year and that the fleet of aircraft was practically brand new.
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^ The airline had 4,000 employees and carried two million passengers a year between 34 destinations with a fleet of 18 Airbus aircraft.
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.Seven new Boeing 777s worth over $1 billion were ordered in 1992 which began to arrive in the spring of 1996. One of the planes was used on a new service to Melbourne via Singapore.^ They began to arrive in the spring of 1996.
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^ Seven state-of-the-art Boeing 777s worth $1 billion were on order since 1992 to satisfy long-range ambitions.
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^ And new planes are on order.
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.Emirates placed a large order with Airbus later the same year.^ Emirates cancels Airbus order - claim.
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^ Emirates placed a large order with Airbus later the same year.
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^ Emirates placed a large order with Airbus later in the year.
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.In spite of the large capital expenditures, the Dubai government had laid out only $50 million since the airline's inception.^ In spite of the large capital expenditures, the Dubai government had laid out only $50 million since the airline's inception.
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^ Established in 1985 by the Dubai government, Emirates Airline currently has 101 aircraft in service, 46 of which are the Boeing 777 aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline to become world's largest Boeing 777 operator 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.rxpgnews.com [Source type: News]

^ Having provided an initial start-up capital of US$10m plus and an additional investment of circa US$80m at the time of the airline's inception,[1] the Dubai government is the sole owner of the company.
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.A total of 92 air carriers were flying to markets internationally and Emirates faced intense competition at its home base.^ Emirates was able to flourish, however, in spite of restricted markets abroad and intense competition at home.
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^ A total of 92 air carriers were flying to markets internationally and Emirates faced intense competition at its home base.
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^ A total of 92 air carriers were serving Dubai in the mid-1990s.
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.It carried about three million passengers a year to Dubai International Airport in the mid-1990s.^ Its main hub is Dubai International Airport.
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^ DXB Dubai flights - flights to and from Dubai International Airport .

^ It carried about three million passengers a year to Dubai International Airport in the mid-1990s.
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.Emirates continued to expand during the late 1990s.^ Emirates continued to expand during the late 1990s.
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^ Emirates executives planned a slowdown in the airline's growth in the late 1990s to stabilize its expansive route network.
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^ India was the second country to receive flights from Emirates, and continues to expand an extensive network in India.
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.The growing cargo business accounted for 16 percent of the airline's total revenues.^ The growing cargo business accounted for 16 percent of the airline's revenues.
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^ The growing cargo business accounted for 16 percent of the airline's total revenues.
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^ This enables Emirates to use these aircraft's cargo capacity to boost its overall revenues and total profits, especially at times when the passenger business passes through a seasonal trough or when an economic downturn adversely impacts the passenger numbers.
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.In May 1998, Emirates paid the Government of Sri Lanka $70 million for a 40 percent stake in SriLankan Airlines (formerly known as Air Lanka).^ Emirates buys a 40 percent stake in Air Lanka.
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^ Emirates Airlines was established on 25 May 1985 by the Dubai government.
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^ Emirates acquired a financial stake of 40% and a management contract for Air Lanka on 1 April 1998, which subsequently changed its name to Sri Lankan Airlines.
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.As part of the deal, Emirates received a 10 year contract to manage SriLankan.^ As part of the deal, Emirates received a 10 year contract to manage SriLankan.
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^ "Emirates ends SriLankan deal" .
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^ Emirates, which is not part of Dubai World, has reported consistent profits for years, and is seen as more financially healthy than some of Dubai's other state-sponsored enterprises.
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[18] .In January 2008, Emirates announced that it would give back management of SriLankan Airlines to the Sri Lankan Government, effective April 2008.[18][19] However there are no plans to remove or decrease the stake in the airline.^ In January 2008, Emirates announced that it would give back management of SriLankan Airlines to the Sri Lankan Government , effective April 2008.
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^ However there are no plans to remove or decrease the stake in the airline.
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^ Sri Lankan government decided to privatize the airlines in 1998.
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[18]

Modern history

.Towards the end of the year 2000, Emirates was planning to start ultra-long-haul service to the East Coast and West Coast of the United States as well as nonstop flights to Australia and Argentina.^ United Arab Emirates Airline pronounced OAG Airline of the Year 2000.
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^ Towards the end of the year 2000, Emirates was planning to start ultra-long-haul service to the East Coast and West Coast of the United States as well as nonstop flights to Australia and Argentina .
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^ Emirates starts flights to Angola.
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Traffic continued to grow at a rate of 20 percent in 1999-2000.
The Boeing 777 has become an integral part of the fleet in recent years
.In 2005, Emirates began flying non-stop to New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport using their new Airbus A340-500.^ I was booked on an Emirates Airlines flight out of Kennedy Airport in New York.
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^ The new Emirates Airbus A340-500 is the first of a new generation of passenger airliners.
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^ Emirates already flies direct to New York and Houston.
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These flights marked new non-stop air services between the United Arab Emirates and the USA, after Delta Air Lines's flights since 2001, terminated later[20][21] and restarted again in 2007.
.South Asia is an important region for the Emirates network.^ South Asia is an important region for the Emirates network.
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^ Emirates and its codeshare partners fly to around 90 destinations across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Australia, the US and South America.
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^ I'm originally from South Africa and now live in the UK. I don't have any of my Medical Vaccination Certificates and this seems to be an important requirement for joining Emirates.
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.Pakistan was the first country to receive flights from the airline and it still does to this day.^ Pakistan was the first country to receive flights from the airline and it still does to this day.
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^ Today it flies to over 100 destinations in 62 countries around the world and is well awarded for its service and in-flight entertainment, and is one of the fastest growing airlines in the world.
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^ The National Newspaper 2 days ago Emirates Airline will begin non-stop direct flights between Dubai and Madrid on August 1 to create the first air services between the UAE and the popular southern European nation.
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[22] .India was the second country to receive flights from Emirates, and continues to expand an extensive network in India.^ India was the second country to receive flights from Emirates, and continues to expand an extensive network in India.
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^ Emirates currently operates 98 return flights per week from the UK non-stop to Dubai offering convenient connections to an extensive global network stretching to over 100 destinations on six continents.
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^ Emirates is using its technically advanced Boeing 777-200LR on the route, with Brazil becoming the 60th country and Sao Paulo the 94th destination on the airline's rapidly expanding network.
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.Emirates is the largest airline operating internationally, in India, and operates over 185 flights a week across 10 cities.^ Emirates Airline launches Environment flight .

^ Emirates Airlines ( EK ) flights from UK .

^ Emirates is the largest airline operating internationally, in India, and operates over 185 flights a week across 10 cities.
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[23]
.Emirates has been steadily capturing the traffic from South Asia to North America, allowing passengers to bypass the traditional hubs of London Heathrow, Frankfurt, and Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport; the home bases of British Airways, Lufthansa, and Air France, with a transit stop at Dubai International Airport instead.^ Dubai-based Emirates , Abu Dhabi-based Etihad and Qatar Airways .
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^ Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) .
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^ It was established in 1983 and its main base is Dubai International Airport.
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.Similarly, Emirates competes with British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways International, and other airlines on the lucrative London to Sydney Kangaroo Route.^ Emirates is the international airline of the United Arab Emirates.
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^ Similarly, Emirates competes with British Airways , Cathay Pacific , Qantas , Singapore Airlines , Thai Airways International , and other airlines on the lucrative London to Sydney Kangaroo Route .
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^ I know other airlines, like British Airways, do!
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[24]

Airbus A380

Airbus A380-800 landing at London Heathrow Airport in October 2009
.Emirates announced an order in April 2000 as the first launch customer for the Airbus A3XX (later named Airbus A380), the largest civil aircraft ever built.^ Emirates to launch Airbus A380 service to Toronto.
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^ Emirates' A380 becomes Airbus' 6000th aircraft .
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^ Airbus A380-800 landing at London Heathrow Airport in October 2009 Emirates announced an order in April 2000 as the first launch customer for the Airbus A3XX (later named Airbus A380 ), the largest civil aircraft ever built.
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.The deal comprised five Airbus A380-800s and two Airbus A380-800F.^ The deal comprised five Airbus A380-800s and two Airbus A380-800F .
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^ And do you wonder what it is like to fly the brand new Airbus A380 (you know….the plane with two floors)?
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^ Two years later Emirates once again ordered 21 A380-800s.
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.The deal was confirmed on 4 November 2001 and Emirates announced orders for 15 more A380-800s at the same time.^ In 2007, Emirates ordered 15 A380-800s, bringing their order to 58.
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^ The deal was confirmed on 4 November 2001 and Emirates announced orders for 15 more A380-800s at the same time.
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^ On October 27, 2006, Emirates announced that it cancelled its order for 20 Airbus A340-600 aircraft, citing that they believed the A340 lacked the technology offered by more up-to-date planes.
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.Two years later Emirates once again ordered 21 A380-800s.^ Emirates placed a large order with Airbus later the same year.
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^ Two years later Emirates once again ordered 21 A380-800s.
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^ Emirates placed a large order with Airbus later in the year.
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.In April 2006, Emirates ordered two more A380-800s, however they cancelled their two orders for the freighter variant.^ In 2007, Emirates ordered 15 A380-800s, bringing their order to 58.
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^ Two years later Emirates once again ordered 21 A380-800s.
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^ Two freighter A380-800Fs were ordered for Emirates SkyCargo.
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.In 2007, Emirates ordered 15 A380-800s, bringing their order to 58.[25] Emirates justified its order saying that purchasing the 481- to 656-passenger super jumbo was to maximize its use of scarce takeoff and landing slots at crowded airports like London Heathrow.^ Emirates justified purchasing the 481- to 656-passenger super jumbo to maximize its use of scarce takeoff and landing slots at crowded airports like London's Heathrow.
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^ In 2007, Emirates ordered 15 A380-800s, bringing their order to 58.
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^ Emirates justified its order saying that purchasing the 481- to 656-passenger super jumbo was to maximize its use of scarce takeoff and landing slots at crowded airports like London Heathrow .
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.In November 2005, the first A380-800 in full Emirates livery was flown to Dubai, where it was displayed at Dubai Airshow 2005.[26] On 20 November 2005, Emirates ordered 42 Boeing 777s, to help with its expansion.^ On 20 November 2005, Emirates ordered 42 Boeing 777s , to help with its expansion.
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^ In November 2005, the first A380-800 in full Emirates livery was flown to Dubai, where it was displayed at Dubai Airshow 2005.
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^ Airbus delivers Emirates' first A380.
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.This order came one day after Airbus announced that the A380-800 superjumbo would be delayed by another six months.^ This order came one day after Airbus announced that the A380-800 superjumbo would be delayed by another six months.
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^ Airbus A380-800 .
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^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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[27] A third delay was announced on 3 October 2006, pushing the initial delivery of the first A380-800 to October 2007.[28] The announcement was met with anger by Emirates' President, Tim Clark, who threatened to cancel their Airbus order as it was affecting the airline's expansion plan, saying:
It's very serious. .This will do us serious damage.^ This will do us serious damage.
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.Compensation is not our target, what we really seek is to give a chance for Airbus to deliver what they promised so that we can assess, because we need that aircraft.^ Emirates to seek compensation for Airbus delay.
  • Emirates Airline | Business solutions from AllBusiness.com 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.allbusiness.com [Source type: News]

^ Compensation is not our target, what we really seek is to give a chance for Airbus to deliver what they promised so that we can assess, because we need that aircraft.
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^ And the worse, noone seem to care or call me,the number has given to me (04-2133233), i call every day and its hard to get trough and i after i get chance to talk to someone,they give me wrong information,l ies, promises to call me back (which they never did!
  • Emirates Airlines Complaints - Lost luggage! 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.complaintsboard.com [Source type: General]

[29]
.In total as of April 2008, Airbus paid as much as $110 million during 2007 in compensation for the late delivery of the A380-800 to Emirates for the delays.^ Airbus delivers Emirates' first A380.
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^ "Airbus pays Emirates damages for A380 delay .
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^ In total as of April 2008, Airbus paid as much as $110 million during 2007 in compensation for the late delivery of the A380-800 to Emirates for the delays.
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[30]
.On 1 August 2008 Emirates flew its first A380-800 flight, with 489 passengers, from Dubai to New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport.^ "Gulfnews: Emirates A380 takes off on first New York flight" .
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^ Emirates has two lounges at Dubai Airport , separate for First and Business Class passengers.
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^ Emirates' first A380 commercial service is scheduled for 1 August and will operate between Dubai and New York.
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[31] .[32] The airline now uses their Airbus A380-800 on flights to Bangkok,[33] Sydney, Toronto, Auckland,[34] and London Heathrow with double daily services commencing from July 1st 2010.[34] Flights to Seoul started on December 14, 2009, and flights to Paris started on December 29, 2009.[35][36].^ December 17, 2009 at 5:33 pm .
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates to launch Airbus A380 service to Toronto.
  • Emirates Airline | Business solutions from AllBusiness.com 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.allbusiness.com [Source type: News]

^ Flights to Seoul started on December 14, 2009, and flights to Paris are planned to start on December 29, 2009.
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During 2010 as more aircraft are delivered, the A380 will resume flights to New York-JFK and will be deployed to Jeddah[37] four times weekly from February 1st, 2010.
.In February 2009, Emirates raised many issues concerning its A380 superjumbos.^ In February 2009, Emirates raised many issues concerning its A380 superjumbos.
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^ "Emirates A380 superjumbo plane" .
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^ "Emirates concerned over A380 superjumbo reliability" .
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[38][39] .Emirates gave a 46-page presentation in Toulouse, informing Airbus officials about heat-damaged power cables, defective engines and numerous malfunctions reportedly to be mainly caused by the two showers built in the aircraft.^ Emirates gave a 46-page presentation in Toulouse, informing Airbus officials about heat-damaged power cables, defective engines and numerous malfunctions reportedly to be mainly caused by the two showers built in the aircraft.
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^ Emirates Airlines is buying first spot on most Search Engines, and by doing so dislodging this page from its premium position, so if you would like to keep this page "known" on Internet, make a link to this page and tell your friends about this page.
  • Bad experience with Emirates airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.saphf.org [Source type: Original source]
  • emirates2000 15 September 2009 22:022 UTC www.geocities.com [Source type: General]

^ Powered by American aircraft engine maker Engine Alliance’s GP7200 engines, Emirates’ A380s have a range of up to 9,320 miles and offer better fuel economy per passenger mile than most hybrid passenger cars.
  • Emirates Airline Makes Aviation History 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.travelmole.com [Source type: News]

[40][41][41][42][43]

Terminal 3

External videos
A promotional video used by Emirates on Terminal 3
.Dubai International Airport's Terminal 3 was built exclusively for the use of Emirates at a cost of $4.5 billion and officially opened 14 October 2008. Terminal 3 is the largest building in the world by floor space, with over 1,500,000 m2 (370 acres) of space.^ Terminal 3 is the largest building in the world by floor space , with over 1,500,000 m 2 (370 acres) of space.
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^ In October 2008, Emirates moved all operations at Dubai International Airport to Terminal 3 , a new terminal exclusively dedicated to Emirates.
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^ Dubai International Airport 's Terminal 3 was built exclusively for the use of Emirates at a cost of $4.5 billion and officially opened 14 October 2008.
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.The Terminal has annual capacity of 27 million passengers, and with the expansion of Concourse 3, will have an annual capacity of 43 million passengers by 2011, once concourse 3 is complete.^ The Terminal has annual capacity of 27 million passengers, and with the expansion of Concourse 3, will have an annual capacity of 43 million passengers by 2011, once concourse 3 is complete.
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^ With a total built-up area of 515,000 sq metres and the capability of handling 43 million passengers annually, the 10-storey concourse was specifically designed with Emirates’ future growth plans in mind.
  • Emirates | IFExpress 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC airfax.com [Source type: News]

[44] The new concourse 3 will be exclusively for the A380- 800.[45][46] [47]

Corporate management

.The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which is a subsidiary of the Dubai government investment company, Investment Corporation of Dubai.^ Emirates Group's minor subsidiaries .
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^ The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group , which is a subsidiary of the Dubai government investment company, Investment Corporation of Dubai.
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^ Emirates is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group , which has over 40,000 employees, and is wholly-owned by the Government of Dubai directly under the Investment Corporation of Dubai.
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[48][49][50] .The airline has recorded a profit every year, except the second, and growth has never fallen below 20% a year.^ The airline has recorded a profit every year, except the second, and growth has never fallen below 20% a year.
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^ The airline says it has been profitable every year except for its second year, and does not receive any government aid or subsidies.

^ The Emirates Airlines has became leaders in the aviation business in less than 20 years and gained their brand name.
  • Emirates Airlines - Save 10% When Booking Rewards Online From Emirates 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC airlinespoint.com [Source type: General]

.In its first 11 years, it doubled in size every 3.5 years, and has every four years since.^ In its first 11 years, it doubled in size every 3.5 years, and has every four years since.
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^ It has grown at an extraordinary rate, consistently doubling in size every 3.5 - 4 years.

^ First Class Menu Business Class Menu Economy Class Menu Bassinets: Bassinets can be reserved for infants under 2 years old and 24 lb/11 kg; reserve one through Emirates reservations.
  • SeatGuru Seat Map Emirates Airbus A330-200 3-Class (332) 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.seatguru.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[51]
.In 2008 Emirates paid dividends worth US$776 million to the Government of Dubai.^ In 2008 Emirates paid dividends worth US$776 million to the Government of Dubai.
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^ Emirates will pay a dividend of Dh1 billion (US$272.5 million) to its owner, the Government of Dubai.
  • Emirates Airlines posts new record profits UAE - The Official Web Site - News 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.uaeinteract.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirates Airlines was established on 25 May 1985 by the Dubai government.
  • Emirates Airlines, Emirates Airlines Flight Tickets on Book Cheap Flights Online 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.bookcheapflightsonline.com [Source type: News]

.The government has received Dhs3.1 billion from Emirates since dividends started being paid in 1999 for having provided an initial start-up capital of US$10 million and an additional investment of about US$80 million at the time of the airline's inception,[52] the Dubai government is the sole owner of the company.^ The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group , which is a subsidiary of the Dubai government investment company, Investment Corporation of Dubai.
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^ It was required to operate independent of government subsidies, apart from $10 million in start-up capital.
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^ In spite of the large capital expenditures, the Dubai government had laid out only $50 million since the airline's inception.
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.However, it does not put any new money into it, nor does it interfere with running the airline.^ However, it does not put any new money into it, nor does it interfere with running the airline.
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^ However Emirates have started the biggest lounge building programme of any airline, and plan to have their own dedicated lounge in most airports in Australia and New Zealand very shortly.
  • AirReview.Com - EK Emirates Airlines - Review & opinions on seats, fleet, routes, food, lounges & Frequent Flyer 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC airreview.110mb.com [Source type: General]

^ [Translate] Emirates Airline is moving into the final stages of preparations to launch its new non-stop service from Durban to Dubai on October 1st.
  • Emirates Airline | Travelwires.com 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.travelwires.com [Source type: News]

[51]

Structure and employment

.Emirates has diversified into related industries and sectors, including airport services, engineering, hospitality services, catering, and tour operator operations.^ Main article: Emirates subsidiaries Emirates has diversified in to related industries and sectors, including aircraft ground handling, aviation engineering, air catering, and tour operator operations.
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^ Emirates has diversified into related industries and sectors, including airport services, engineering , hospitality services , catering , and tour operator operations.
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^ Besides concentrating on the flight industry itself, Emirates has also other businesses which includes ground handling, aviation engineering, air catering, and travel and tour marketing.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

Emirates has 4 subsidiaries and its parent company has more than 50.[53][54]
.Emirates employed a total of 28,037 staff at the end of the fiscal year on 31 March 2009.[55] Its parent company, The Emirates Group, employed a total of 48,246 employees of which 10,324 were cabin crew, 2,141 were flight deck crew, 1,849 were in engineering, and 9,379 were listed as other.^ Emirates employed a total of 28,037 staff at the end of the fiscal year on 31 March 2009.
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^ Its parent company, The Emirates Group , employed a total of 48,246 employees of which 10,324 were cabin crew, 2,141 were flight deck crew, 1,849 were in engineering, and 9,379 were listed as other.
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^ Is that a disadvantage for an Emirates cabin crew employment?
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[56]

Subsidiaries

.Emirates has diversified in to related industries and sectors, including aircraft ground handling, aviation engineering, air catering, and tour operator operations.^ Main article: Emirates subsidiaries Emirates has diversified in to related industries and sectors, including aircraft ground handling, aviation engineering, air catering, and tour operator operations.
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^ Emirates has diversified into related industries and sectors, including airport services, engineering , hospitality services , catering , and tour operator operations.
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^ Emirates has built up a strong brand name as a trendsetter in the aviation industry, particularly in terms of service excellence, coupled with consistent profitability.
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Emirates has over 6 subsidiaries, whilst its parent company has over 50.

Financial and operational performance

.In the financial year 2008-09 reached passenger numbers reached 22.7 million, representing an increase of 7.1% over the previous year.^ In the financial year 2008-09 reached passenger numbers reached 22.7 million, representing an increase of 7.1% over the previous year.
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^ In stark contrast with most of the international airline industry , the carrier is also profitable, posting a net profit of £163m after carrying 22.7 million passengers last year.
  • Dubai authorities may be forced to put up Emirates airline as debt collateral | Business | The Guardian 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.guardian.co.uk [Source type: News]

^ This is illustrated by the 21.2 million passengers who flew with Emirates in the latest financial year, 3.7 million more than in the previous year; as well as the expansion of DNATA's international ground handling operations to 17 airports in seven countries.
  • Emirates Airlines posts new record profits UAE - The Official Web Site - News 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.uaeinteract.com [Source type: News]

.Cargo carried in 2008-09 improved by 9.8% to 1,408,300 tonnes (2007-08: 1,282,134 tonnes).^ Cargo carried in 2008-09 improved by 9.8% to 1,408,300 tonnes (2007-08: 1,282,134 tonnes).
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^ Mrs.ROZAT SHAIKH JUZAR (BOHRA) # posted by Jawad @ 6:08 AM Tuesday, October 09, 2007 .

.[57] The airline's profits however were down 72% for the 2008/09 fiscal year.^ Emirates profits down 72%" .
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^ The airline's profits however were down 72% for the 2008/09 fiscal year.
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^ In stark contrast with most of the international airline industry , the carrier is also profitable, posting a net profit of £163m after carrying 22.7 million passengers last year.
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.Its profit of 1.49bn dirhams ($406m; £255m) for the year to March 31 compared with a 5.3bn dirhams profit for the previous year.^ Its profit of 1.49bn dirhams ($406m; £255m) for the year to March 31 compared with a 5.3bn dirham profit for the previous year.
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^ Its profit of 1.49bn dirhams ($406m; 255m) for the year to March 31 compared with a 5.3bn dirham profit for the previous year.
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^ For its most recent financial year, ending 31 March 2006, it claims to have earned gross revenues of US$5.1 billion, and to have generated a net profit of US$762 million - an extraordinarily high 15% net profit.

[58][59]
.The airline was the seventh-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried,[11] and fourth-largest[12] in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown.^ The airline was the seventh-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried, [ 11 ] and fourth-largest [ 12 ] in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown.
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^ In 2009 the airline was the seventh-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried, [ 11 ] and fourth-largest [ 12 ] in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown.
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^ It is also the seventh-largest in terms of scheduled freight tonne-kilometres flown (sixth in scheduled international freight tonne-kilometres flown).
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.It is also the seventh-largest in terms of scheduled freight tonne-kilometres flown (sixth in scheduled international freight tonne-kilometres flown).^ It is also the seventh-largest in terms of scheduled freight tonne-kilometres flown (sixth in scheduled international freight tonne-kilometres flown).
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^ The airline was the seventh-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried, [ 11 ] and fourth-largest [ 12 ] in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown.
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^ In 2009 the airline was the seventh-largest airline in the world in terms of international passengers carried, [ 11 ] and fourth-largest [ 12 ] in the world in terms of scheduled international passenger-kilometres flown.
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[60]
.In the first six months of 2009, Emirates posted a 165 per cent jump in net profits to Dh752 million ($205 million), for the first six months of the current financial year ending September 30, up from Dh284 million ($77 million) in the same period of 2008. Revenues of the airline, which entered its 25th year in October, declined 13.5 per cent to Dh19.8 billion ($5.4 billion) compared with Dh22.9 billion ($6.2 billion) recorded last year, due to lower passenger and cargo yields.^ Emirates Airline raises $1.13 billion to finance six new Airbus A380s .
  • Emirates Airline raises $1.13 billion to finance six new Airbus A380s 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC blog.seattlepi.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates Airline's revenues totalled Dh39.5 billion (US$10.8 billion), an increase of 32.3 per cent from Dh29.8 billion (US$8.1 billion) the previous year.
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^ The airline ccarried 13 million passengers and over 700,000 tonnes of cargo.
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.The increased profits came mostly from 18 per cent capacity growth by adding eight new aircraft to the fleet that has grown to 139. The airline carried 13 million passengers and over 700,000 tonnes of cargo.^ The airline had 4,000 employees and carried two million passengers a year between 34 destinations with a fleet of 18 Airbus aircraft.
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^ It carried 68,000 tons of cargo and 1.6 million passengers in the same year.
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^ Dubai Airports projects 13.6 per cent passenger growth in 2010 .
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Emirates Financial and Operational Performance[D][62]
Year Ended Passengers Flown Cargo carried (thousand) Turnover (AEDm) Expenditure (AEDm) Net Profit/Loss (AEDm)
31 March 1997 3,114.3 159.4 1,198.7 1,097.1 101.623
31 March 1998 3,683.4 200.1 4,089.1 3,826.7 262.413
31 March 1999 4,252.7 214.2 4,442.9 4,130.2 312.959
31 March 2000 4,775.4 269.9 5,113.8 4,812.9 300.900
31 March 2001 5,718.8 335.2 6,417.3 5,970.7 421.825
31 March 2002 6,765.1 400.6 7,274.6 6,783.7 468.231
31 March 2003 8,502.8 525.2 9,709.7 8,749.6 906.747
31 March 2004 10,441.3 659.8 13,286.3 11,602.1 1,573.511
31 March 2005 12,528.7 838.4 18,130.9 15,628.3 2,407.385
31 March 2006 14,497.5 1 ,018.5 23,050.9 20,489.6 2,474.97
31 March 2007 17,544.1 1,155.9 29,839.6 26,675.9 3,096.4
31 March 2008 21,229.2 1,282.1 40,196.6 35,121.7 5,020.4
31 March 2009 22,730.9 1,408.3 44,188.9 43,143.4 981.7

Branding

The calligraphy of the logo in Arabic on the engines
External videos
A promotional video launched in 2008, to promote the airline's new First Class Airbus A380-800 product
.From 2004, the airline changed its slogan to Fly Emirates.^ From 2004, the airline changed its slogan to Fly Emirates.
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^ With a fleet of 113 aircraft, Emirates Airline (EK) flies to over 100 destinations in 62 countries around the world.
  • Emirates Airlines, Emirates Tickets & Deals, Emirates Airlines Flight - OneTravel 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.onetravel.com [Source type: General]

^ During the Christmas of 2005 a flight of Emirates Airline flying from Dubai to Manila was on a regular flight.
  • snopes.com: Rape on Emirates Airlines Flight! 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC msgboard.snopes.com [Source type: Original source]

.Keep Discovering
In 2008, Emirates launched a slogan mainly revolving around their route network of 100 destinations in 55++ countries across six continents - Fly Emirates.^ Keep Discovering In 2008, Emirates launched a slogan mainly revolving around their route network of 91 destinations in 55 countries across six continents - Fly Emirates.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Now with the launch of Emirates’ early morning services from all airports in Australia , passengers can reach any of its European destinations within the same day of travel.
  • Emirates Airlines - Low Airfares & Flights - Emiritres - Emerates - Emrites - Webjet Travel - Webjet.com.au 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.webjet.com.au [Source type: General]

^ For Australian travellers this extensive route network enables convenient travel to 22 destinations in Europe and 14 destinations in the Middle East via Dubai.
  • Emirates Airlines - Low Airfares & Flights - Emiritres - Emerates - Emrites - Webjet Travel - Webjet.com.au 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.webjet.com.au [Source type: General]

.Keep Discovering
and Fly Emirates.^ Keep Discovering In 2008, Emirates launched a slogan mainly revolving around their route network of 91 destinations in 55 countries across six continents - Fly Emirates.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Keep Discovering and Fly Emirates.
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^ Emirates who were a little bit more relible when it came to keeping to their flying schedules.
  • Emirates Airlines - UAE - Read Reviews 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC travel.ciao.co.uk [Source type: General]

To over Six Continents
.[63] .Most recently Emirates launched a campaign to promote Dubai as a destination using the slogan Fly Emirates.^ Most recently Emirates launched a campaign to promote Dubai as a destination using the slogan Fly Emirates.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ A promotional video used by Emirates on Terminal 3 .
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^ Now with the launch of Emirates’ early morning services from all airports in Australia , passengers can reach any of its European destinations within the same day of travel.
  • Emirates Airlines - Low Airfares & Flights - Emiritres - Emerates - Emrites - Webjet Travel - Webjet.com.au 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.webjet.com.au [Source type: General]

Meet Dubai.
.
  • The Finest in the Sky
  • Be Good to yourself.^ The Finest in the Sky Be Good to yourself.
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    .Fly Emirates
  • When was the last time you did something for the first time.
  • Fly Emirates.^ When was the last time you flew Emirates?
    • Emirates Airline - $766 + tax to India - SlickDeals.net Forums 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC slickdeals.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
    • Emirates Airline - $766 + tax to India - SlickDeals.net Forums 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC slickdeals.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ Quote from jake24 : When was the last time you flew Emirates?
    • Emirates Airline - $766 + tax to India - SlickDeals.net Forums 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC slickdeals.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
    • Emirates Airline - $766 + tax to India - SlickDeals.net Forums 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC slickdeals.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

    ^ Did you get on an interview for Emirates Airlines?
    • Bankelele: Jobs with Emirates Airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC bankelele.blogspot.com [Source type: General]

    Keep Discovering
.Emirates introduced a new design in August 2008 for its 16,000 uniformed staff, designed by Simon Jersey plc.^ Emirates airlines employs over 16,000 staff.
  • Let's go to Dubai! With Emirates and Jetabroad Australia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.jetabroad.com.au [Source type: General]

^ Keep Discovering Emirates introduced a new design in August 2008 for its 16,000 uniformed staff, designed by Simon Jersey plc.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Staff Report Published: 00:47 March 3, 2008 Dubai: Work on Emirates airline's new state-of-the-art sports complex in Dubai is progressing so well that the first two grass pitches are almost ready for action.
  • gulfnews : Emirates airline's rugby complex progressing well 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC gulfnews.com [Source type: News]

.The offboard uniform includes the Emirates hat, red kick-pleats in the skirts, more fitted blouses and the return of red leather shoes and handbags.^ The offboard uniform includes the Emirates hat, red kick-pleats in the skirts, more fitted blouses and the return of red leather shoes and handbags.
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^ What I want to know is when do Emirates provide you of the uniform, in order to know if I need to bring one or more suits.
  • FAQ about Emirates Airline - AIRBOY 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC 240plan.ovh.net [Source type: General]

.For the onboard uniform, male and female cabin crew wear service waistcoats in place of the previously worn service jackets and tabards.^ For the onboard uniform, male and female cabin crew wear service waistcoats in place of the previously worn service jackets and tabards.
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^ The Cabin Crew and Ground Crew who you have all claimed have been rude and unprofessional are employed to provide fantastic service, provide a safe environment and serve you (the paying customer).
  • Bad experience with Emirates airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.saphf.org [Source type: Original source]

^ Long > hauls onboard an aircraft is never easy for anyone but > a good cabin crew do make a difference.
  • Bad experience with Emirates airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.saphf.org [Source type: Original source]

.The male flight attendants wear a chocolate brown suit, featuring pinstripes, with a cream shirt and a caramel, honey and red tie.^ The male flight attendants wear a chocolate brown suit, featuring pinstripes, with a cream shirt and a caramel, honey and red tie.
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^ Both male and female Pursers wear this chocolate brown color, but with no red featured.
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^ I have two tattoos that you cannot see whilst wearing a uniform.I heard that they will ask you if you have any on the interview (you can see the tattoo on a medical visit).Do you know of any EK Flight Attendant with tattoos?
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.Both male and female Pursers wear this chocolate brown color, but with no red featured.^ Both male and female Pursers wear this chocolate brown color, but with no red featured.
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^ The male flight attendants wear a chocolate brown suit, featuring pinstripes, with a cream shirt and a caramel, honey and red tie.
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^ For the onboard uniform, male and female cabin crew wear service waistcoats in place of the previously worn service jackets and tabards.
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[64]
.Since its formation in 1985, though to a limited extent until all aircraft were repainted, Emirates aeroplanes carried a section of the United Arab Emirates flag on the tail fins, a calligraphy of the logo in Arabic on the engines and the "Emirates" logo on the fuselage both in Arabic and English.^ The calligraphy of the logo in Arabic on the engines .
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^ Emirates is the international airline of the United Arab Emirates.
  • Emirates Airlines - UAE - Read Reviews 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC travel.ciao.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ Since its formation in 1985, though to a limited extent until all aircraft were repainted, Emirates aeroplanes carried a section of the United Arab Emirates flag on the tail fins, a calligraphy of the logo in Arabic on the engines and the "Emirates" logo on the fuselage both in Arabic and English .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.The colour scheme used since 1985 was changed in November 1999 to the one still in use today.^ The colour scheme used since 1985 was changed in November 1999 to the one still in use today.
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.This change saw the modification of logotype, the enlargement and move of the English logo (the Arabic remaining smaller) towards the front of the aircraft and a different, flowing flag on the tailfin.^ This change saw the modification of logotype, the enlargement and move of the English logo (the Arabic remaining smaller) towards the front of the aircraft and a different, flowing flag on the tailfin.
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^ Since its formation in 1985, though to a limited extent until all aircraft were repainted, Emirates aeroplanes carried a section of the United Arab Emirates flag on the tail fins, a calligraphy of the logo in Arabic on the engines and the "Emirates" logo on the fuselage both in Arabic and English .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ This information alternated between English and Arabic, and some of the time had advertisements, and would also be interrupted for what I presumed was information about when Muslims should pray and what direction Mecca was to pray towards.

[65] .Some newer aircraft such as the Airbus A380-800, have the Emirates logo painted on the belly of the aircraft.^ Some newer aircraft such as the Airbus A380-800 , have the Emirates logo painted on the belly of the aircraft.
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^ Airbus A380-800 .
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^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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.Emirates aircraft also have the Fifa World Cup logo on them, as Emirates is the official airline sponsor.^ Emirates aircraft also have the Fifa World Cup logo on them, as Emirates is the official airline sponsor.
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^ Emirates Airline is an official partner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.
  • Emirates Airline | Travelwires.com 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.travelwires.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirates official airline for rugby World Cup .
  • gulfnews : Emirates official airline for rugby World Cup 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC gulfnews.com [Source type: News]

[66]

Destinations

.Emirates operates 1,883 flights every week across its network of 103 destinations in 65 countries on six continents from its hub in Dubai.^ It currently operates services to 101 destinations in 62 countries across six continents.
  • Emirates Airline Switches on ULTRAMAIN Software 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www2.prnewswire.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirates flights from Dubai to Karachi .

^ Emirates flights to Dubai .

[67] .Several new destinations are added each year.^ Several new destinations are added each year.
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^ By 1986, the airline was adding new destinations such as Colombo , Dhaka , Amman , and Cairo to its route network.
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^ New Year, New Stuff - Well it’s a new and as they say new beginnings, I am back in the office roughing it up with added responsibilities and all but its all good.
  • Bankelele: Jobs with Emirates Airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC bankelele.blogspot.com [Source type: General]

Codeshare agreements

As of February 2010, Emirates has codeshare agreements with the following airlines[68]:

Fleet

Emirates Airbus A330-200 (A6-EKS) landing at London Heathrow Airport
Boeing 777-300ER (A6-EBA) the first of the -300ER variant to be delivered on 25 March 2005 completing its first flight to Düsseldorf International Airport
Emirates Boeing 777-300 (A6-EMP) taxiing on NC3 taxiway at Singapore Changi Airport
.Emirates operates an exclusively wide-bodied aircraft fleet making up from 3 aircraft families: the Airbus A330 / A340, Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777.^ Airbus A330 (All Series), Airbus A340-500, Boeing 777, Airbus A330-200, Airbus A380, Boeing 777-200, Airbus A340-300, Boeing 777 and Boeing 777-300.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft and is one of only nine airlines to operate an all wide-body aircraft fleet.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ Main article: Emirates Fleet Emirates operates an exclusively wide-bodied aircraft fleet making up from 3 aircraft families: the Airbus A330 / A340 , Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777 .
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.In keeping with its policy of maintaining a young fleet, which stands at an average of 5.7 years in April 2008,[69] it renews its fleet frequently.^ In keeping with its policy of maintaining a young fleet, which stands at an average of 5.7 years in April 2008, [ 69 ] it renews its fleet frequently.
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It operates the youngest fleet of any major airline as of May 2009. On 30 July 2009, Emirates received its 45th Boeing 777-300ER making it the world's largest operator of Boeing 777s with 83 in the fleet as of January 11th 2010.[70]
.In July 2008, Emirates received its first Airbus A380-800 and in August 2008, it became the second airline to fly the Airbus A380-800, after Singapore Airlines.^ Airbus A380-800 .
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^ "Gulfnews: Emirates A380 flies to Bangkok" .
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^ "Emirates to receive delivery of first A380 in July" .
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[71] .Emirates Aircraft utilisation remains one of the highest in the industry at 13.7 hours per day.^ Emirates Aircraft utilisation remains one of the highest in the industry at 13.7 hours per day.
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^ Emirates operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft and is one of only nine airlines to operate an all wide-body aircraft fleet.
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^ Emirates A380-800s also feature the Engine Alliance GP7200 engines, which save 500,000 litres of fuel per aircraft per year.
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[56]
.Speaking at the recent IATA 2009 annual general meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Tim Clark, Emirates's President, said that they would be operating around 163 aircraft in three years, and that they have to consider the 58 aircraft that are to be retired within the coming years, including the A330-200, A340-300 and 777-200/-300 Classics.^ Emirates flies both the 777-200 and the larger 777-300.
  • AirReview.Com - EK Emirates Airlines - Review & opinions on seats, fleet, routes, food, lounges & Frequent Flyer 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC airreview.110mb.com [Source type: General]

^ Speaking at the recent IATA 2009 annual general meeting in Kuala Lumpur , Tim Clark, Emirates's CEO, said that they would be operating around 163 aircraft in three years, and that they have to consider the 58 aircraft that are to be retired within the coming years, including the A330-200, A340-300 and 777-200/-300 Classics.
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^ Main article: Emirates Fleet Emirates Airbus A330-200 (A6-EKS) landing at London Heathrow Airport Boeing 777-300ER (A6-EBA) the first of the -300ER variant to be delivered on 25 March 2005 completing its first flight to Düsseldorf International Airport Emirates Boeing 777-300 (A6-EMP) taxiing on NC3 taxiway at Singapore Changi Airport Emirates operates an exclusively wide-bodied aircraft fleet making up from 3 aircraft families: the Airbus A330 / A340 , Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777 .
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[72]

Passenger

The Emirates passenger aircraft fleet consists of the following widebody aircraft as of December 2009:[73][74]
Emirates Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Passengers
(First/Business/Economy)
Airbus A330-200 29 0 237 (12/42/183)
278 (0/27/251)
Airbus A340-300 8 0 267 (12/42/213)
Airbus A340-500 10 0 258 (12/42/204)
Airbus A350-900 0 50 TBA
Airbus A350-1000 0 20 TBA
Airbus A380-800 8 50 489 (14/76/399)
517 (14/76/427)
Boeing 777-200 3 0 290 (12/42/236)
346 (0/42/304)
Boeing 777-200ER 6 0 290 (12/42/236)
Boeing 777-200LR 10 0 266 (8/42/216)
Boeing 777-300 12 0 380 (18/42/320)
434 (0/49/385)
Boeing 777-300ER 51 20 354 (8/42/304)
358 (12/42/304)
364 (12/42/310)
427 (0/42/385)
442 (0/42/400)
Total 137 140

Cargo

Emirates SkyCargo Airbus A310-300F A6-EFC at Zürich Airport
.Emirates Cargo is the air freight division of Emirates.^ Main article: Emirates SkyCargo Emirates Cargo is the air freight division of Emirates.
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^ Cargo activities are undertaken by the Emirates Group's Emirates SkyCargo division.
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^ Emirates SkyCargo Airbus A310-300F A6-EFC at Zürich Airport Main article: Emirates SkyCargo Emirates Cargo is the air freight division of Emirates.
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.It began operations in October 1985, the same year Emirates was formed.^ It began operations in October 1985, the same year Emirates was formed.
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^ Launched in 1985, Dubai-based Emirates now operates over 100 aircraft.
  • Emirates online bookings 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC promos.opodo.co.uk [Source type: General]
  • Emirates online bookings 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC promos.opodo.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ In October 2008, Emirates moved all operations at Dubai International Airport to Terminal 3 , a new terminal exclusively dedicated to Emirates.
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.Since then it has been the main cargo division of Emirates, and the anchor cargo airline at Dubai International Airport.^ Since then it has been the main cargo division of Emirates, and the anchor cargo airline at Dubai International Airport .
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^ Emirates is the international airline of the United Arab Emirates.
  • Emirates Airlines - UAE - Read Reviews 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC travel.ciao.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ Main article: Emirates SkyCargo Emirates Cargo is the air freight division of Emirates.
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Environmental record

.The airline claims to have lower emissions than other airlines due to its fleet which has an average fuel burn of less than four litres for every 100 passenger kilometres they fly.^ The airline claims to have lower emissions than other airlines due to its fleet which has an average fuel burn of less than four litres for every 100 passenger kilometres they fly.
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^ The pride of the Emirates Airline fleet routinely fills more than 90% of its 489 seats to and from Dubai, sharing a near-capacity load with the United Arab Emirates' other carrier, Etihad Airlines.
  • Not cleared for takeoff in the West 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.nationalpost.com [Source type: General]

^ Revenues of the airline, which entered its 25th year in October, declined 13.5 per cent to Dh19.8 billion ($5.4 billion) compared with Dh22.9 billion ($6.2 billion) recorded last year, due to lower passenger and cargo yields.
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[75] .The Cargo division of the airline also uses an efficient hub-based operation, using fewer flights needed to transport the same number of people.^ The Cargo division of the airline also uses an efficient hub-based operation, using fewer flights needed to transport the same number of people.
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^ Two counter staff were trying to accommodate a large number of people trying to find answers to questions regarding the search for another flight.
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^ Since then it has been the main cargo division of Emirates, and the anchor cargo airline at Dubai International Airport .
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Fleet efficiency

.
External videos
Emirates Environmental Corporate Video
  • Emirates has stated that their versions of A380-800 will offer fuel economy of 3.1 litres per 100 passenger km.^ Emirates has stated that their versions of A380-800 will offer fuel economy of 3.1 litres per 100 passenger km.
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    ^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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    ^ Emirates A380-800s also feature the Engine Alliance GP7200 engines, which save 500,000 litres of fuel per aircraft per year.
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    .Emirates A380-800s also feature the Engine Alliance GP7200 engines, which save 500,000 litres of fuel per aircraft per year.^ Emirates A380-800s also feature the Engine Alliance GP7200 engines, which save 500,000 litres of fuel per aircraft per year.
    • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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    ^ Being the first and largest customer for the Airbus A380 next generation aircraft, both companies of Airbus and Emirates have worked closely together in the design and development of the A380.
    • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

    ^ Main article: Emirates Fleet Emirates operates an exclusively wide-bodied aircraft fleet making up from 3 aircraft families: the Airbus A330 / A340 , Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777 .
    • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

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  • .
  • The company uses a program called "Flextracks". The technology is used to plan and optimize routes efficiency and load factor.
  • Emirates has invested in a program called "tailored arrivals". This allows air traffic control to uplink to aircraft on route.^ This allows air traffic control to uplink to aircraft on route.
    • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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    ^ The company uses a program called "Flextracks".
    • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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    ^ The technology is used to plan and optimize routes efficiency and load factor.
    • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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    .It first determines the speed and flight profile from the air onto the runway, this allows the crew to accept and fly a continuous descent profile, saving fuel and emissions.^ It first determines the speed and flight profile from the air onto the runway, this allows the crew to accept and fly a continuous descent profile, saving fuel and emissions.
    • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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    ^ Crew members aren't allowed to drink in the 12 hours before a flight.
    • Rich Dubai Flirts With Hard Times, But Its Airline Is Still Flying High - WSJ.com 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC online.wsj.com [Source type: News]

    ^ Finally after an hour delay we entered into the flight with First class tickets and after entering, the Cabin Crew of First Class switched us to Business class with a reason of lack of enough seats in First class.

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  • .
  • Emissions are lowered by using aircraft like the Boeing 777-300ER, which uses one engine to taxi the aircraft to its airbridge.^ Emissions are lowered by using aircraft like the Boeing 777-300ER , which uses one engine to taxi the aircraft to its airbridge.
    • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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    ^ Boeing 777-300ER .
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    ^ It is also available on all Boeing 777-300 aircraft which have all been retrofitted.
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Services

Cabin

First Class
First Class suite on a Boeing 777-200LR
.First class passengers have a full suite, complete with closing doors to ensure privacy, a mini-bar, a coat rack and storage.^ First Class First class passengers have a full suite, complete with closing doors to ensure privacy, a mini-bar , a coat rack and storage.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ First Class First Class suite on a Boeing 777-200LR First class passengers have a full suite, complete with closing doors to ensure privacy, a mini-bar , a coat rack and storage.
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ The plane is so large that we don’t even see the other passengers boarding apart from the fellow Business Class and First Class travelers.
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

.They also feature the ICE system on a 23 in (58 cm) LCD screen.^ They also feature the ICE system on a 23 in (58 cm) LCD screen .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ They have a 58 in (150 cm) pitch and are 20.5 in (52 cm) wide.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ The Boeing 777-200s also feature the ICE system.
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.The seat converts into a 2 m (6 ft 7 in) fully flat bed.^ The seat converts into a 2 m (6 ft 7 in) fully flat bed.
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ So when I find my seat I’m delighted to see that I have my own area with my very own flat bed literally at the touch of a button and I have my own little section of drinks and storage.
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

^ Sadly, it’s not in an A380, it’s in a smaller plane that doesn’t have the flat bed seating.
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

.Private suites are being introduced on the latest B777-300ERs, the B777-300s and B777-200LRs.^ Private suites are being introduced on the latest B777-300ERs, the B777-300s and B777-200LRs.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.They are already installed on all ten of Emirates Airbus A340-500 aircraft, and on all of the Airbus A380-800 aircraft.^ They are already installed on all ten of Emirates Airbus A340-500 aircraft, and on all of the Airbus A380-800 aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Airbus A340-500 .
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^ Airbus A380-800 .
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.The older Boeing 777-300ERs, Boeing 777-200s and selected Boeing 777-300s feature flat beds with integrated passenger seat control, along with the ICE system and a 19 in (48 cm) screen.^ They also feature the ICE system on a 23 in (58 cm) LCD screen .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ The Boeing 777-200s also feature the ICE system.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ The older Boeing 777-300ERs, Boeing 777-200s and selected Boeing 777-300s feature flat beds with integrated passenger seat control, along with the ICE system and a 19 in (48 cm) screen.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

.First class seats may also include a personal minibar.^ First class seats may also include a personal minibar.
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^ After a long wait I was then told to take my seat as the other person was upgraded to business class.

^ If you are travelling in First or Business Class you are infor a big treat since you will be offered their film library, with up to 50 titles to ensure there's always a favourite to watch on your in-seat personal video player.
  • Emirates Airlines - UAE - Read Reviews 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC travel.ciao.co.uk [Source type: General]

[79] .On its newly delivered A380-800, first class features private suites,[80] two shower-equipped lavatories and spa,[81] and access to the first/business class bar area and lounge.^ On its newly delivered A380-800, first class features private suites, [ 80 ] two shower-equipped lavatories and spa, [ 81 ] and access to the first/business class bar area and lounge.
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^ Emirates has two lounges at Dubai Airport , separate for First and Business Class passengers.
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^ Business class passengers also have access to an on-board bar at the rear of the aircraft.
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[82] .Premium class seating is located on the entire upper deck of A380-800 aircraft.^ Premium class seating is located on the entire upper deck of A380-800 aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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^ There is additional recline on A380 Economy Class seats.
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.In 2009, Emirates was voted the second best First Class by Skytrax.^ In 2009, Emirates was voted the second best First Class by Skytrax .
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^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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^ Being chauffeured to the airport is part of the business class and first class service on Emirates Airlines and I, as a non driver couldn’t be happier about it.
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

.Skytrax had said that the Emirates A380-800 product greatly helped influence its position.^ Skytrax had said that the Emirates A380-800 product greatly helped influence its position.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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^ Emirates has stated that their versions of A380-800 will offer fuel economy of 3.1 litres per 100 passenger km.
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Business Class
Business Class cabin on the Airbus A380-800
.Business class on Boeing 777-200LRs, 777-300s and Boeing 777-300/ERs feature seats with a 60 in (150 cm) pitch that recline to 79 in (200 cm)-long, angled lie-flat beds.^ The Boeing 777-200s have deeply reclining seats which are almost lie-flat.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Boeing 777-200 .
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^ Business Class Business class on Boeing 777-200LRs, 777-300s and Boeing 777-300/ERs feature seats with a 60 in (150 cm) pitch that recline to 79 in (200 cm)-long, angled lie-flat beds.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

[84] .Amenities include massage function, privacy partition, winged headrest with six-way movement, two individual reading lights and an overhead light per seat, in-seat power supply, USB Ports and an RCA socket for laptop connection, over 600 channels of entertainment on ICE, shown on a 17 in (43 cm) wide TV screen.^ Amenities include massage function, privacy partition, winged headrest with six-way movement, two individual reading lights and an overhead light per seat, in-seat power supply, USB Ports and an RCA socket for laptop connection, over 600 channels of entertainment on ICE, shown on a 17 in (43 cm) wide TV screen.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ The seat features adjustable headrests, a 600-1000 channel ICE In-Flight-Entertainment and in-seat laptop power-outlets on newer aircraft and laptop recharging facilities in galleys in older aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ Introduced in 2003, ICE is available on all new aircraft and features between 600 and 1000 channels to all passengers.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

Onboard bar behind the Business Class cabin on the Airbus A380-800
.The A340-500s have deeply reclining sleeper seats which have a 60 in (150 cm) pitch and are 18 in (46 cm) wide.^ Onboard bar behind the Business Class cabin on the Airbus A380-800 The A340-500s have deeply reclining sleeper seats which have a 60 in (150 cm) pitch and are 18 in (46 cm) wide.
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^ The A340-500s have deeply reclining sleeper seats which have a 60 in (150 cm) pitch and are 18 in (46 cm) wide.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ They have a 58 in (150 cm) pitch and are 20.5 in (52 cm) wide.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.All A340-500 aircraft feature the ICE system in all three classes.^ Airbus A330 (All Series), Airbus A340-500, Boeing 777, Airbus A330-200, Airbus A380, Boeing 777-200, Airbus A340-300, Boeing 777 and Boeing 777-300.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ The system is available to all passengers in all seat classes and covers well over 1,200 entertainment options.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ The ICE system was excellent and the crew were all friendly and helpful.

.The Boeing 777-200s have deeply reclining seats which are almost lie-flat.^ The Boeing 777-200s have deeply reclining seats which are almost lie-flat.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Business Class Business Class cabin on the Airbus A380-800 Business class on Boeing 777-200LRs, 777-300s and Boeing 777-300/ERs feature seats with a 60 in (150 cm) pitch that recline to 79 in (200 cm)-long, angled lie-flat beds.
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^ On Airbus A380-800 aircraft, the seats recline to form a fully flat bed and are equipped with personal mini-bars.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.They have a 58 in (150 cm) pitch and are 20.5 in (52 cm) wide.^ They have a 58 in (150 cm) pitch and are 20.5 in (52 cm) wide.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Onboard bar behind the Business Class cabin on the Airbus A380-800 The A340-500s have deeply reclining sleeper seats which have a 60 in (150 cm) pitch and are 18 in (46 cm) wide.
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^ The A340-500s have deeply reclining sleeper seats which have a 60 in (150 cm) pitch and are 18 in (46 cm) wide.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

.The Boeing 777-200s also feature the ICE system.^ The Boeing 777-200s also feature the ICE system.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ The Boeing 777-200s have deeply reclining seats which are almost lie-flat.
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^ All A340-500 aircraft feature the ICE system in all three classes.
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.On Airbus A330 aircraft and A340-300s, the seats are standard business class recliners and feature a leg rest and seat back screens.^ On Airbus A330 aircraft and A340-300s, the seats are standard business class recliners and feature a leg rest and seat back screens.
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^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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^ After a long wait I was then told to take my seat as the other person was upgraded to business class.

.These business class seats are smaller than other business class seats in the Emirates fleet as these aircraft are used predominantly on short-medium haul routes.^ These business class seats are smaller than other business class seats in the Emirates fleet as these aircraft are used predominantly on short-medium haul routes.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Food in the Emirates Business Class lounge .
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates has two lounges at Dubai Airport , separate for First and Business Class passengers.
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.On Airbus A380-800 aircraft, the seats recline to form a fully flat bed and are equipped with personal mini-bars.^ Airbus A380-800 .
  • Emirates - Details and Fleet History - Planespotters.net Just Aviation 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.planespotters.net [Source type: News]
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^ The seat converts into a 2 m (6 ft 7 in) fully flat bed.
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^ On Airbus A380-800 aircraft, the seats recline to form a fully flat bed and are equipped with personal mini-bars.
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.Business class passengers also have access to an on-board bar at the rear of the aircraft.^ Business class passengers also have access to an on-board bar at the rear of the aircraft.
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^ First Class First Class suite on a Boeing 777-200LR First class passengers have a full suite, complete with closing doors to ensure privacy, a mini-bar , a coat rack and storage.
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^ First Class First class passengers have a full suite, complete with closing doors to ensure privacy, a mini-bar , a coat rack and storage.
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[84] .Business class passengers have the ability to customize and save seat and in-flight entertainment settings to a memory key for re-use on future flights.^ Business class passengers have the ability to customize and save seat and in-flight entertainment settings to a memory key for re-use on future flights.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ Passengers can follow the progress of the flight, keep in touch with live business, news and sport headlines from BBC News, phone, SMS or email from their seat, or view over 600 channels of premium entertainment including the latest and best movies, television, audio and games from around the world.
  • ZUJI Australia - Cheap Emirates Flights - Emirates - ZUJI Destinations - Australia 11 September 2009 4:45 UTC www.zuji.com.au [Source type: General]

^ Good service quality should be given to all, albeit Economy, Business or First class passenger.
  • Bad experience with Emirates airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.saphf.org [Source type: Original source]

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Economy class
Economy Class on an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER
.Emirates Economy Class offers a 32-34 inch seat pitch (81–86 cm) and standard seat width (except on the Boeing 777 fleet).^ Economy class Economy Class on an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER Emirates Economy Class offers a 32-34 inch seat pitch (81–86 cm) and standard seat width (except on the Boeing 777 fleet).
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^ The centrepiece of the airline's fleet is the Boeing 777 .
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^ First Class First Class suite on a Boeing 777-200LR First class passengers have a full suite, complete with closing doors to ensure privacy, a mini-bar , a coat rack and storage.
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.The seat features adjustable headrests, a 600-1000 channel ICE In-Flight-Entertainment and in-seat laptop power-outlets on newer aircraft and laptop recharging facilities in galleys in older aircraft.^ The seat features adjustable headrests, a 600-1000 channel ICE In-Flight-Entertainment and in-seat laptop power-outlets on newer aircraft and laptop recharging facilities in galleys in older aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Amenities include massage function, privacy partition, winged headrest with six-way movement, two individual reading lights and an overhead light per seat, in-seat power supply, USB Ports and an RCA socket for laptop connection, over 600 channels of entertainment on ICE, shown on a 17 in (43 cm) wide TV screen.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Emirates became the first airline in the world to introduce a personal entertainment system on a commercial aircraft after introducing the worlds first seat-back screens in 1992.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

.There is additional recline on A380 Economy Class seats.^ There is additional recline on A380 Economy Class seats.
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^ Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800 Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
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^ Premium class seating is located on the entire upper deck of A380-800 aircraft.
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Economy Class on an Emirates Airbus A380-800
Economy class breakfast served on EK 533 (A330-200) flight from COK-DXB on Aug 3, 2009.
.Emirates is unusual in that it operates a ten-abreast, 3-4-3, seating configuration on its 777 fleet (rather than the customary 3-3-3 configuration).^ Emirates is unusual in that it operates a ten-abreast, 3-4-3, seating configuration on its 777 fleet (rather than the customary 3-3-3 configuration).
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ The pride of the Emirates Airline fleet routinely fills more than 90% of its 489 seats to and from Dubai, sharing a near-capacity load with the United Arab Emirates' other carrier, Etihad Airlines.
  • Not cleared for takeoff in the West 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC www.nationalpost.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft and is one of only nine airlines to operate an all wide-body aircraft fleet.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

.Other airlines with this layout include Air France-KLM (on selected 777-300ER aircraft), China Southern Airlines, Philippine Airlines and two Japanese airlines in domestic services (All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines).^ Other airlines with this layout include Air France - KLM (on selected 777-300ER aircraft), China Southern Airlines , Philippine Airlines and two Japanese airlines in domestic services ( All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines ).
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Besides concentrating on the flight industry itself, Emirates has also other businesses which includes ground handling, aviation engineering, air catering, and travel and tour marketing.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ Members can earn miles not only through flights with Emirates and SriLankan but also with other associated airlines namely Continental Airlines, Japan Airlines , Korean Air , South African Airways, Virgin Blue and United Airlines.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

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In-flight entertainment system

.Emirates became the first airline in the world to introduce a personal entertainment system on a commercial aircraft after introducing the world’s first seat-back screens in 1992. All three classes feature a personal In-Flight-Entertainment (IFE) system on Emirates aircraft.^ Emirates became the first airline in the world to introduce a personal entertainment system on a commercial aircraft after introducing the worlds first seat-back screens in 1992.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirates in-flight entertainment system, also known as ICE (Information Communication Entertainment), was first introduced in the year 2002.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ Our first trip by Emirates Airlines .

.There are three types of entertainment system on Emirates: ice; ice Digital Widescreen; and Emirates tv&radio.^ "Introducing ice Digital Widescreen .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ There are three types of entertainment system on Emirates: ice ; ice Digital Widescreen ; and Emirates tv&radio .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Emirates became the first airline in the world to introduce a personal entertainment system on a commercial aircraft after introducing the worlds first seat-back screens in 1992.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

.Emirates has won the award for best In-Flight-Entertainment from Skytrax for their ICE system every year since the systems inception in 2003. At present, almost 70% of the fleet has the ice in-flight entertainment and by 2011 the entire Emirates fleet is set to have the system.^ In-flight entertainment system .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Why has Emirates won so many awards??
  • Bad experience with Emirates airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.saphf.org [Source type: Original source]

^ At present, almost 70% of the fleet has the ice in-flight entertainment and by 2011 the entire Emirates fleet is set to have the system.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

.ICE offers more channels than any other in-flight entertainment system.^ ICE offers more channels than any other in-flight entertainment system.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ In-flight entertainment system .
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^ The seat features adjustable headrests, a 600-1000 channel ICE In-Flight-Entertainment and in-seat laptop power-outlets on newer aircraft and laptop recharging facilities in galleys in older aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.Emirates tv&radio, is also offered mainly on short haul routes, and 30% of the Emirates fleet, offers passengers with 15 video and 26 audio channels, as well as 50 video games.^ Emirates tv&radio, is also offered mainly on short haul routes, and 30% of the Emirates fleet, offers passengers with 15 video and 26 audio channels, as well as 50 video games.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Emirates has stated that their versions of A380-800 will offer fuel economy of 3.1 litres per 100 passenger km.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ In July 2007, Emirates introduced ICE Digital Widescreen, an updated version of ICE. It offers over 1000 channels of entertainment (up from 600) available to all passengers.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

.Also available are BBC headlines, an Airshow and external cameras giving a birdseye view from the plane.^ Also available are BBC headlines, an Airshow and external cameras giving a birdseye view from the plane.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

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ICE

.ICE (Information, Communication, Entertainment) is the In-Flight-Entertainment system operated by Emirates.^ Emirates became the first airline in the world to introduce a personal entertainment system on a commercial aircraft after introducing the worlds first seat-back screens in 1992.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ Emirates in-flight entertainment system, also known as ICE (Information Communication Entertainment), was first introduced in the year 2002.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ Entertainment Entertainment The ICE system includes movies, music, and video games .
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

.Introduced in 2003, ICE is available on all new aircraft and features between 600 and 1000 channels to all passengers.^ ICE Digital Widescreen is available on all new aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Introduced in 2003, ICE is available on all new aircraft and features between 600 and 1000 channels to all passengers.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ The seat features adjustable headrests, a 600-1000 channel ICE In-Flight-Entertainment and in-seat laptop power-outlets on newer aircraft and laptop recharging facilities in galleys in older aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

[92] .ICE is found on the airline’s Airbus A380-800, Airbus A340-500, Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 777-200/LR aircraft.^ They are already installed on all ten of Emirates Airbus A340-500 aircraft, and on all of the Airbus A380-800 aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ Boeing 777-200 .
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^ Airbus A380-800 .
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.It is also available on all Boeing 777-300 aircraft which have all been retrofitted.^ It is also available on all Boeing 777-300 aircraft which have all been retrofitted.
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^ Boeing 777-300 .
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^ Emissions are lowered by using aircraft like the Boeing 777-300ER , which uses one engine to taxi the aircraft to its airbridge.
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.In July 2007, Emirates introduced ICE Digital Widescreen, an updated version of ICE. It offers over 1000 channels of entertainment (up from 600) available to all passengers.^ ICE Digital Widescreen is available on all new aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Introduced in 2003, ICE is available on all new aircraft and features between 600 and 1000 channels to all passengers.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ "Introducing ice Digital Widescreen .
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.ICE Digital Widescreen is available on all new aircraft.^ "Introducing ice Digital Widescreen .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ ICE Digital Widescreen is available on all new aircraft.
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^ It is also available on all Boeing 777-300 aircraft which have all been retrofitted.
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Information
.The system is based on the 3000i system from Panasonic Avionics Corporation.^ Information The system is based on the 3000i system from Panasonic Avionics Corporation .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Panasonic Avionics Corporation is the one chosen to create the new IFE system to be installed on all of Emirates Fleet.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

.ICE provides passengers with a direct data link to BBC News.^ ICE provides passengers with a direct data link to BBC News .
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Introduced in 2003, ICE is available on all new aircraft and features between 600 and 1000 channels to all passengers.
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Communication Communication ICE also contains a link to an in-flight email server which allows passengers to access, send or receive emails for US $1 per message.
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

.ICE is the first IFE system to be connected directly to automatic news updates.^ ICE is the first IFE system to be connected directly to automatic news updates.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Panasonic Avionics Corporation is the one chosen to create the new IFE system to be installed on all of Emirates Fleet.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates in-flight entertainment system, also known as ICE (Information Communication Entertainment), was first introduced in the year 2002.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

This is complemented by ICE's Airshow moving-map software from Rockwell Collins. .Exterior cameras located on the aircraft can be viewed by any passenger, through the IFE system, during takeoff and landing.^ Exterior cameras located on the aircraft can be viewed by any passenger, through the IFE system, during takeoff and landing.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ All three classes feature a personal In-Flight-Entertainment (IFE) system on Emirates aircraft.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Dubai International Airport with 225 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Melbourne after suffering a tailstrike on takeoff.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.Emirates was also one of the first airlines to introduce high-speed, in-flight Internet service along with Singapore Airlines, by installing the Inmarsat’s satellite system and became the second airline in the world to offer live international television broadcasts using the same system.^ The Inmarsat’s satellite system was installed on each aircraft.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ Emirates became the first airline in the world to introduce a personal entertainment system on a commercial aircraft after introducing the worlds first seat-back screens in 1992.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ One of the planes was used on a new service to Melbourne via Singapore .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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Communication
Communication
.ICE also contains a link to an in-flight email server which allows passengers to access, send or receive emails for US $1 per message.^ Communication ICE also contains a link to an in-flight email server which allows passengers to access, send or receive emails for US $1 per message.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

^ Communication Communication ICE also contains a link to an in-flight email server which allows passengers to access, send or receive emails for US $1 per message.
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ ICE provides passengers with a direct data link to BBC News .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

[96] .ICE also contains a seat-to-seat chat service.^ ICE also contains a seat-to-seat chat service.
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

.In November 2006 the airline signed a deal with mobile communications firm AeroMobile to allow in-flight use of mobile phones to call or text people on the ground, on selected 777s.^ In November 2006 the airline signed a deal with mobile communications firm AeroMobile to allow in-flight use of mobile phones to call or text people on the ground, on selected 777s.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Categorized in: Emirates Airlines , reader mail 8 Comments 09 Nov 2006 Emirates promises (or threatens) inflight cellphones on longhaul flights Posted by: Mark Ashley Emirates Airlines has announced its intentions to be the first long-haul airline to allow cellphone use in flight.

^ Opinions on in-flight mobile phone use are passionate: People love the idea of connectivity or they hate/fear the intrusion that jabbering on the cellphone will create for fellow passengers.

The service was first introduced on a commercial service between Dubai and Casablanca on 20 March 2008.[97]
Entertainment
Entertainment
.The ICE system includes movies, music, and video games.^ Entertainment Entertainment The ICE system includes movies, music, and video games .
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Entertainment The ICE system includes movies, music, and video games .
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^ This also enables the IFE system to play music, television shows, or movies stored on the iPod, as well as function as a control system.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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.ICE offers over 130 on-demand movie titles and 15 video on demand channels, 60 prerecorded television channels, 350 audio channels, and around 50 video-game titles.^ Entertainment Entertainment The ICE system includes movies, music, and video games .
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ ICE offers over 130 on-demand movie titles and 15 video on demand channels, 60 prerecorded television channels, 350 audio channels, and around 50 video-game titles.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ Entertainment The ICE system includes movies, music, and video games .
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]

ICE can also be accessed in 10 languages such as English, French, German, Spanish, Arabic, Korean, and Japanese.[98] .Since 2003, all entertainment options are available on-demand to all classes with options to pause, forward, and rewind them.^ Since 2003, all entertainment options are available on-demand to all classes with options to pause, forward, and rewind them.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
  • Boston University School of Theology Archives 19 January 2010 9:55 UTC sthweb.bu.edu [Source type: News]

^ The system is available to all passengers in all seat classes and covers well over 1,200 entertainment options.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ There’s a 19 inch screen in front of me with on demand entertainment and apparently over 1,000 options (I didn’t test them all but from perusing the booklet, most of them are music).
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

Emirates now features docking capability for Apple Inc.'s iPod portable music and video player as of mid-2007. This allows the device's battery to be charged, but also allows integration with Emirates' in-flight entertainment (IFE) system. .This also enables the IFE system to play music, television shows, or movies stored on the iPod, as well as function as a control system.^ This also enables the IFE system to play music, television shows, or movies stored on the iPod, as well as function as a control system.
  • Emirates Airline (United Arab Emirates) | FlightMemory - Encyclopedia 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.flightmemory.com [Source type: News]
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^ In the middle of 2007, Emirates has featured a docking capability for the infamous Apple Inc.'s iPod portable music and video player which will allow integration with Emirates' own in-flight entertainment (IFE) system.
  • Emirates Flights | Emirates Airlines | Dubai International Flights 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.mynetbizz.com [Source type: General]

^ Entertainment Entertainment The ICE system includes movies, music, and video games .
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Ground services

Emirates self-service check-in at Dubai International Airport
.Passengers may check-in between two to 48 hours prior to flight departure.^ Passengers may check-in between two to 48 hours prior to flight departure.
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^ Emirates self-service check-in at Dubai International Airport Passengers may check-in between two to 48 hours prior to flight departure.
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^ The airline had 4,000 employees and carried two million passengers a year between 34 destinations with a fleet of 18 Airbus aircraft.
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.This may be done over the counter or at the lounge within the airport.^ This may be done over the counter or at the lounge within the airport.
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.Self-service kiosks are also available at Dubai International Airport.^ Self-service kiosks are also available at Dubai International Airport .
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^ In October 2008, Emirates moved all operations at Dubai International Airport to Terminal 3 , a new terminal exclusively dedicated to Emirates.
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^ Dubai International Airport 's Terminal 3 was built exclusively for the use of Emirates at a cost of $4.5 billion and officially opened 14 October 2008.
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.Alternatively, they may check-in through the Internet or by short message service.^ The walk through is easy as we have an express pass that they’re currently trialling that short cuts us through every queue.
  • Fine Dining at 30,000 feet on the Emirates Airlines A380 Business Class @Not Quite Nigella 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.notquitenigella.com [Source type: General]

.Online printing of boarding passes is available through Internet check-in.^ Online printing of boarding passes is available through Internet check-in.
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^ The check-in went through smooth; I received my two boarding passes, one for Jeddah - Dubai flight and the other for Dubai Airport to Bangkok flight.

^ Check-in will then issue you a boarding pass according to seat availability and maximum take off weight (or pay load).
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.Passengers on short trips may also check-in on their return flight upon departure from the city of origin.^ Passengers may check-in between two to 48 hours prior to flight departure.
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^ Passengers on short trips may also check-in on their return flight upon departure from the city of origin.
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^ (Original Tickets have been returned to Jumbo Travels) I very much hope that you may consider my issue at a higher priority, I hope to hear from you soon.
  • Bad experience with Emirates airlines 1 February 2010 7:47 UTC www.saphf.org [Source type: Original source]

Lounges

.First and business class passengers, as well as Skywards Gold members, have access to Emirates Lounges.^ Emirates has two lounges at Dubai Airport , separate for First and Business Class passengers.
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^ First and business class passengers, as well as Skywards Gold members, have access to Emirates Lounges.
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^ Business class passengers also have access to an on-board bar at the rear of the aircraft.
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.The airline has 27 lounges in 23 cities, with plans for 12 more.^ The airline has 27 lounges in 25 cities, with plans for 12 more.
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.Skywards Silver members can use the lounge in Terminal One at Dubai.^ Skywards Silver members can use the lounge in Terminal One at Dubai.
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^ First and business class passengers, as well as Skywards Gold members, have access to Emirates Lounges.
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^ Emirates has three lounges at Dubai Airport , separate for First and Business Class passengers and one in Terminal 1 for transit passengers.
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.At airports in which Emirates does not operate a departure lounge, a third party departure lounge is usually provided for First and Business class passengers as well as Skywards Gold.^ Emirates has two lounges at Dubai Airport , separate for First and Business Class passengers.
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^ At airports in which Emirates does not operate a departure lounge, a third party departure lounge is usually provided for first/business passengers.
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^ First and business class passengers, as well as Skywards Gold members, have access to Emirates Lounges.
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Chauffer-drive

.First and business class passengers can make use of complimentary chauffer-driven airport transfers in selected cities.^ Good service quality should be given to all, albeit Economy, Business or First class passenger.
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^ Of course, if one is a First class or Business class passenger than better service quality should be given to them but it doesn't mean that the crew/ground staff have the right to treat the Economy class passenger badly!
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^ Being chauffeured to the airport is part of the business class and first class service on Emirates Airlines and I, as a non driver couldn’t be happier about it.
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Frequent Flyer Program

.Emirates uses Skywards as their Frequent flyer program.^ Frequent flyer program .
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^ Emirates uses Skywards as their Frequent flyer program.
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^ I also felt my Skyward card did not help anything as the passenger upgraded (I doubt) was a frequent flier with Emirates.

Skywards

.Skywards is a three tier frequent flier program operated by Emirates.^ Emirates uses Skywards as their Frequent flyer program.
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^ Main article: The Emirates Group#Skywards Skywards is a three tier frequent flier program operated by Emirates.
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^ I also felt my Skyward card did not help anything as the passenger upgraded (I doubt) was a frequent flier with Emirates.

.It is used by over 5.72 million customers.^ It is used by over 5.72 million customers.
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[101] .The three tiers are Blue, Silver which requires 25,000 tier miles or 20 sectors for entry, and Gold, which requires 50,000 tier miles or 40 sectors.^ The three tiers are Blue, Silver which requires 25,000 tier miles or 20 sectors for entry, and Gold, which requires 50,000 tier miles or 40 sectors.
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[102]

Business model

Emirates aircraft parked at Dubai International Airport
The established network carriers in Europe and Australia, i.e. Air France-KLM, British Airways, Lufthansa, and Qantas, perceive Emirates' strategic decision to reposition itself as a global carrier as a major threat because it enables air travellers to by-pass traditional airline hubs such as London Heathrow, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, and Frankfurt Airports on their way between Europe/North America and Asia/Australia by changing flights in Dubai instead. .These carriers also find it difficult to deal with the growing competitive threat Emirates poses to their business because of their much higher cost base.^ These carriers also find it difficult to deal with the growing competitive threat Emirates poses to their business because of their much higher cost base.
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^ Well, be careful Transport Canada, because Emirates Airline has almost had enough of a country that bills its blue skies as wide open for business, but routinely clips the wings of international competition.
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^ A total of 92 air carriers were flying to markets internationally and Emirates faced intense competition at its home base.
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.The Abu Dhabi based Etihad Airways is also looking to take traffic away from Emirates.^ The Abu Dhabi based Etihad Airways is also looking to take traffic away from Emirates.
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^ Abu Dhabi Aviation · Aerovista Airlines · Air Arabia · Al Jaber Aviation · AVE.com · Click Airways · Daallo Airlines · Dolphin Air · Dubai Air Wing · Eastern SkyJets · Emirates · Etihad Airways · Falcon Aviation Services · Flydubai · Kang Pacific Airlines · Palm Aviation · RAK Airways · Royal Jet · SkyLink Arabia .
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^ Air New Zealand Qantas Qatar Airways Emirates Asiana Airlines Etihad Airways Malaysia Airlines Thai Airways Cathay Pacific Airways Singapore Airlines .
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[103]
.Some of these carriers—notably Air France and Qantas—are so concerned about the detrimental effects of Emirates' growth on their future ability to compete with it on a level playing field that they have resorted to openly accusing their Dubai-based rival of receiving hidden state subsidies and of maintaining too cosy a relationship with Dubai's airport authority as well as its aviation authority, both of which are also wholly state-owned entities that share the same government owner with the airline.^ Emirates Airlines (Comments about Emirates Airlines) Emirates Airlines (Comments about Emirates Airlines) .

^ FAQ about Emirates Airline .
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^ Some of these carriers—notably Air France and Qantas—are so concerned about the detrimental effects of Emirates' growth on their future ability to compete with it on a level playing field that they have resorted to openly accusing their Dubai-based rival of receiving hidden state subsidies and of maintaining too cosy a relationship with Dubai's airport authority as well as its aviation authority, both of which are also wholly state-owned entities that share the same government owner with the airline.
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.In addition, they have also accused Emirates of taking unfair advantage of its government shareholders' sovereign borrower status.^ In addition, they have also accused Emirates of taking unfair advantage of its government shareholders' sovereign borrower status.
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^ Does the Emirates Airline take care of the make-up and hair of the female cabin crew or they just do it by themselves?
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.They claim that this masks its true financial performance and reduces its borrowing costs below market rates.^ They claim that this masks its true financial performance and reduces its borrowing costs below market rates.
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^ I seriously think they don't deserved the excellency award and does not believe in such ratings anymore cos most of the time it is not true!
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^ Actually the reverse is true...if a customer has an attitude and creates a bad impression the crew will avoid the passenger as to reduce the amount of abuse they receive.

[51][104][105]

Marketing and sponsorships

.Emirates is a sponsor of sports clubs and events, both at its home base and in its overseas markets.^ Emirates is a sponsor of sports clubs and events, both at its home base and in its overseas markets.
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^ The Emirates Stadium Emirates is a sponsor of sports clubs and events, both at its home base and in its overseas markets.
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^ A total of 92 air carriers were flying to markets internationally and Emirates faced intense competition at its home base.
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.It sponsors the annual Dubai Shopping Festival, the Dubai Summer Surprises and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra as well as the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.^ Emirates also sponsor the Dubai International Racing Carnival, Melbourne Cup Carnival, and the Australian Jockey Clubs Autumn and Spring Carnival.
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^ Dubai Shopping Festival 2010 .
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^ Dubai Shopping Festival starts today .
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[106] As of April 2009, Emirates spends 2.7% of its of its total budget on Marketing and Communications.[107] .For Emirates, marketing expenses account for a far greater share of its total costs than for most of its competitors.^ For Emirates, marketing expenses account for a far greater share of its total costs than for most of its competitors.
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^ A total of 92 air carriers were flying to markets internationally and Emirates faced intense competition at its home base.
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^ As of April 2009, Emirates spends 2.7% of its of its total budget on Marketing and Communications.
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.September 2009" style="white-space:nowrap;">[citation needed] In the English-speaking world the sponsorship always carries the words "Fly Emirates". Emirates sponsors Arsenal F.C. and their 60,000 seater Emirates Stadium as well as AC Milan, Olympiacos CFP, Hamburger SV, Paris Saint-Germain FC, Asian Football Confederation (AFC), Emirates Cup, the Collingwood Football Club as well having sponsors with Chelsea F.C. from 2001-05. As of 2009, they also sponsor the Scottish Junior Cup known now for sponsorship reasons as the Emirates Junior Cup, which is the top prize in Scottish Junior football (as opposed to the senior football Scottish Cup).^ This is due to the english speaking environment at Emirates.
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^ Emirates sponsors Arsenal F.C. and their 60,000 seater Emirates Stadium as well as AC Milan , Olympiacos CFP , Hamburger SV , Paris Saint-Germain FC , Asian Football Confederation (AFC), Emirates Cup , the Collingwood Football Club as well having sponsors with Chelsea F.C. from 2001-05.
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^ As of 2009, they also sponsor the Scottish Junior Cup known now for sponsorship reasons as the Emirates Junior Cup , which is the top prize in Scottish Junior football (as opposed to the senior football Scottish Cup ).
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.Emirates also funds many events in Rugby.^ Emirates also funds many events in Rugby.
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.They co-funded construction of The Sevens, a stadium in Dubai purpose-built for the 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens, with the Dubai government.^ If Emirates realises that customer complaints can help them to improve their systemic customer relations problems at the home base, Dubai, then they have the opportunity of becoming a great world airline.

[108] .They also will sponsor the Rugby World Cup 2011, IRB Referees and Match Officials, IRB Sevens World Series, International Sevens Teams, and the Western Force.^ Emirates also sponsor the Dubai International Racing Carnival, Melbourne Cup Carnival, and the Australian Jockey Club’s Autumn and Spring Carnival.
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^ They are also the major sponsor of the Kings Xi Punjab team of Indian Premier League , the largest domestic Cricket tournament in the world.
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^ As of 2009, they also sponsor the Scottish Junior Cup known now for sponsorship reasons as the Emirates Junior Cup , which is the top prize in Scottish Junior football (as opposed to the senior football Scottish Cup ).
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.Emirates are also a major sponsor of Emirates Team New Zealand, a New Zealand based yachting syndicate that has enjoyed success in the America's Cup.^ Emirates are also a major sponsor of Emirates Team New Zealand , a New Zealand based yachting syndicate that has enjoyed success in the America's Cup .
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^ They are also the major sponsor of the Kings Xi Punjab team of Indian Premier League , the largest domestic Cricket tournament in the world.
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^ This deal gives emirates association with all major ICC tournaments, including the 2011 and 2015 ICC Cricket World Cups, ICC Champions Trophy and ICC World Twenty20.
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[109]
.In Cricket, they sponsor Cricket Australia,[110] Lord's Taverners,[111] and Pro Arch Tournament.^ In Cricket, they sponsor Cricket Australia, [ 110 ] Lord's Taverners, [ 111 ] and Pro Arch Tournament.
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^ They are also the major sponsor of the Kings Xi Punjab team of Indian Premier League , the largest domestic Cricket tournament in the world.
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^ "Pro Arch Tournament .
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[112] Their branding also features on International Cricket Umpires shirts.[113] .Emirates has also become an official partner of the International Cricket Council until 2015. This deal gives emirates association with all major ICC tournaments, including the 2011 and 2015 ICC Cricket World Cups, ICC Champions Trophy and ICC World Twenty20.[114] They are also the major sponsor of the Kings Xi Punjab team of Indian Premier League, the largest domestic Cricket tournament in the world.^ This deal gives emirates association with all major ICC tournaments, including the 2011 and 2015 ICC Cricket World Cups, ICC Champions Trophy and ICC World Twenty20.
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^ Emirates has also become an official partner of the International Cricket Council until 2015.
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^ They are also the major sponsor of the Kings Xi Punjab team of Indian Premier League , the largest domestic Cricket tournament in the world.
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.In Power boat racing they sponsor the UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship.^ In Power boat racing they sponsor the UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship.
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^ They are also the major sponsor of the Kings Xi Punjab team of Indian Premier League , the largest domestic Cricket tournament in the world.
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^ In Tennis they sponsor the Dubai Tennis Championships , [ 121 ] and the Canadian Open tennis championships held in Montreal and Toronto .
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[115]
.In horse racing they sponsor the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA).^ In horse racing they sponsor the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA).
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^ In Power boat racing they sponsor the UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship.
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[116] .In races, Emirates sponsor the Dubai World Cup, Melbourne Cup, Champion Stakes, Newmarket, Yorkshire Cup, York, and The Singapore Derby.^ If Emirates realises that customer complaints can help them to improve their systemic customer relations problems at the home base, Dubai, then they have the opportunity of becoming a great world airline.

[117] They sponsor the Godolphin stables, and the Australian Jockey Club.[118][119] .Emirates also sponsor the Dubai International Racing Carnival, Melbourne Cup Carnival, and the Australian Jockey Club’s Autumn and Spring Carnival.^ Emirates also sponsor the Dubai International Racing Carnival, Melbourne Cup Carnival, and the Australian Jockey Clubs Autumn and Spring Carnival.
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^ In October 2008, Emirates moved all operations at Dubai International Airport to Terminal 3 , a new terminal exclusively dedicated to Emirates.
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^ Emirates also sponsor the Dubai Grand Racing.
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[120]
.In Tennis they sponsor the Dubai Tennis Championships,[121] and the Canadian Open tennis championships held in Montreal and Toronto.^ In Tennis they sponsor the Dubai Tennis Championships , [ 121 ] and the Canadian Open tennis championships held in Montreal and Toronto .
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^ In Power boat racing they sponsor the UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship.
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^ In Golf, they sponsor 12 events, including the Dubai Desert Classic , Dubai Ladies Masters , Malaysian Open , Hong Kong Open , BMW International Open , Austrian Open , Volvo Masters of Asia , Hero Honda Open, Australian PGA Championships, Africa Open , Volvo China Open , and the HSBC Champions .
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Emirates also sponsor the Dubai Grand Racing.[122] .In Golf, they sponsor 12 events, including the Dubai Desert Classic, Dubai Ladies Masters, Malaysian Open, Hong Kong Open, BMW International Open, Austrian Open, Volvo Masters of Asia, Hero Honda Open, Australian PGA Championships, Africa Open, Volvo China Open, and the HSBC Champions.^ In Golf, they sponsor 12 events, including the Dubai Desert Classic , Dubai Ladies Masters , Malaysian Open , Hong Kong Open , BMW International Open , Austrian Open , Volvo Masters of Asia , Hero Honda Open, Australian PGA Championships, Africa Open , Volvo China Open , and the HSBC Champions .
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^ They also will sponsor the Rugby World Cup 2011, IRB Referees and Match Officials, IRB Sevens World Series, International Sevens Teams, and the Western Force .
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^ Emirates also sponsor the Dubai International Racing Carnival, Melbourne Cup Carnival, and the Australian Jockey Club’s Autumn and Spring Carnival.
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Incidents and accidents

Emirates Reported Incidents
Flight Date Aircraft Location Description
EK 764 April 9, 2004 Airbus A340-300 OR Tambo International Airport At the call to rotate, the pilot pulled back on the stick. However the nose then dropped and the aircraft did not become airborne. The crew felt a rumbling, selected full power, and about two seconds later the aircraft lifted off the ground. The airport says that threshold of runway 25, approach lights and part of the runway surface were damaged as the aircraft went over the end of .21R. The pilot had received ambiguous instructions regarding rotation technique during his transition training.^ R. The pilot had received ambiguous instructions regarding rotation technique during his transition training.
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EK 407 March 21, 2009 Airbus A340-500 Melbourne Airport An Emirates Airbus A340-500, registration A6-ERG, operating as EK 407, bound for .Dubai International Airport with 225 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Melbourne after suffering a tailstrike on takeoff.^ "Emirates in Melbourne makes emergency landing .
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^ Dubai International Airport with 225 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Melbourne after suffering a tailstrike on takeoff.
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^ Emirates justified its order saying that purchasing the 481- to 656-passenger super jumbo to was to maximize its use of scarce takeoff and landing slots at crowded airports like London Heathrow .
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.There were no injuries amongst the passengers or crew.^ There were no injuries amongst the passengers or crew.
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^ I have seen instances where passengers were misbehaving with the crew for no good reason.
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[126] The jet is known to have experienced at least one but possibly three or more tail strikes during its takeoff roll. .The jet has been severely damaged, broken down to the underlying ribs or stringers in one area, in a part of the structure where the critical rear pressure bulkhead may also have been damaged.^ The jet has been severely damaged, broken down to the underlying ribs or stringers in one area, in a part of the structure where the critical rear pressure bulkhead may also have been damaged.
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.Early ATSB report suggests incorrect aircraft weight entered to calculate take off power may have contributed to the incident.^ Early ATSB report suggests incorrect aircraft weight entered to calculate take off power may have contributed to the incident.
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^ Complaining and abusing the crew upon entering the aircraft to take off will NOT get you an upgrade.

[127][128][129]
.This aircraft is due to be repaired, for an estimated amount of $ 100 million.^ This aircraft is due to be repaired, for an estimated amount of $ 100 million.
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.It was flown back from Perth to Toulouse on low altitude with depressurized cabin.^ It was flown back from Perth to Toulouse on low altitude with depressurized cabin.
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Notes

  • A Emirates made a move of all its operations to its dedicated Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport on 14 October 2008.
  • B The number of destinations does not include cargo-only destinations.
  • C The Emirates Group does not publish figures separately for Emirates SkyCargo or Emirates, instead both of the companies financial results are totaled together.

Footnotes

  1. ^ "Emirates to Launch Second Phase Operations at Dubai Airport Terminal-3 - Business News". redOrbit. http://www.redorbit.com/news/business/1590276/emirates_to_launch_second_phase_operations_at_dubai_airport_terminal3/index.html. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
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Simple English

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Emirates is an airline based in the United Arab Emirates. They are a subsidiary of The Emirates Group. They are the seventh biggest airline in the world, by number of passengers.[1] Emirates Airline is the largest major airline in the Middle East. It is the national airline of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It runs more than 2400 passenger flights per week[2][3] from its hub at Dubai International Airport Terminal 3, to 108 places in 60 countries. It goes to countries on six continents.[4] [5] The flight to San Francisco is now served by a Boeing 777-300ER. Emirates is a part of The Emirates Group, which has more than 50,000 employees, and is owned fully by the Government of Dubai directly under the Investment Corporation of Dubai.[6] Cargo activities are done by the Emirates Group's Emirates SkyCargo division.[7]

Arsenal, The English Premier League (Barclay's Premier League) is sponsored by the Airline.

Destinations

Emirates operate the following with cargo and passenger flights; [8][9]

Cairo, Tripoli, Tunis, Casablanca, Nairobi, Eldoret (cargo), Entebbe, Addis Ababa, Lilongwe (cargo), Seychelles, Mauritius, Dar es Salaam, Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, Accra, Lagos, Khartoum, Dakar, Abidjan, Luanda

New York, Toledo (cargo), Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Toronto, Campinas (cargo), Sao Paulo

Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Taipei (cargo), Manila, Jakarta, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Dhaka, Colombo, Maldives, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Mumbai, Thiruvananthapuram, Kozhikode , Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Kabul (cargo), Tehran, Basra [from 2 February], Baghdad [planned], Kuwait, Bahrain, Doha, Dhahran, Riyadh, Medina, Jeddah, Dubai, Muscat Sana'a, Amman, Damascus, Beirut

Zaragoza (cargo), Madrid, Paris, Nice, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Prague, Amsterdam, Gothenburg (cargo), Istanbul, Milan, Venice, Rome, Athens, Malta, Moscow, London, Newcastle, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Zurich, Vienna

Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Christchurch

Fleet

The Emirates passenger and cargo aircraft fleet is made up of the following widebody aircraft as of November 2010:[10][11]

Emirates and Emirates SkyCargo Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Passengers
P J Y Total
Airbus A330-200 29 12
0
42
27
183
251
237
278
Airbus A340-300 8 12 42 213 267
Airbus A340-500 10 12 42 204 258
Airbus A350-900 50 TBA
Airbus A350-1000 20 TBA
Airbus A380-800 14 76 14
14
76 399
427
489
517
Boeing 747-400ERF 3 0 Cargo
Boeing 747-400F 4 0 Cargo
Boeing 747-8F 0 10 Cargo
Boeing 777-200 3 12 42 236 290
Boeing 777-200ER 6 12 42 236 290
Boeing 777-200F 3 5 Cargo
Boeing 777-200LR 10 8 42 216 266
Boeing 777-300 12 12 42 310 364
Boeing 777-300ER 53 49 8
12
12
0
0
42 304
304
310
385
400
354
358
364
427
442
Total 154 211

References

  1. "WATS - Yearly passengers carried". http://www.iata.org/ps/publications/wats-passenger-carried.htm. 
  2. http://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/emirates-to-hire-700-pilots-over-next-18-months-1.636488
  3. http://airfleets.net/flightlog/?file=result&opp=Emirates
  4. Emirates Announces 2009 Expansion Plan
  5. "Emirates Launches San Francisco Service With World's Longest Green Flight Trial (press release)". ABTN. http://www.abtn.co.uk/press-releases/emirates-airline-launches-san-francisco-service-with-worlds-longest-green-flight-tria. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
  6. GulfNews.com – Emirates and Dnata now under ICD
  7. "Emirates SkyCargo". The Emirates Group. http://www.theemiratesgroup.com/english/our-brands/air-transportation/emirates-skycargo.aspx. Retrieved 2009-08-26. 
  8. Emirates SkyCargo flight schedule
  9. Emirates routemap
  10. "Emirates – Details and Fleet History – Planespotters.net Just Aviation". Planespotters.net. http://www.planespotters.net/Airline/Emirates?show=all. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
  11. "becomes world’s largest Boeing 777 operator | News | About". Emirates. 2009-07-30. http://emirates.com/english/about/news/news_detail.aspx?article=483394&offset=0. Retrieved 2009-08-26. 


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