Emirates Airlines takes you to over 150 destinations across six continents in 83 countries aboard the youngest aircraft fleet in the aviation industry.
The airline has come to be synonymous with innovation and its adaptability, continuous evolution in business solutions and pioneering services for its customers continues to put it in a class of its own.
Emirates has, since its first flight connecting residents in Dubai to the other countries in the Gulf Region, grown into arguably one of the world’s biggest airlines providing travellers with the best services on-board and on the ground while connecting them to its extensive global network.
The airline continuously invests in purchasing top-of-the line aircraft and currently operates 268 aircraft including 103 Airbus A380s, 165 Boeing 777s, which includes 14 freighter aircraft.
Emirates has the world’s largest fleet of Airbus A380s. Equipped with industry-leading comforts in the air, Emirates offers private suites and Shower Spas in its First Class cabin. Business Class passengers can enjoy the popular on- board lounge on the upper-deck and lie-flat beds.
A large passenger capacity aircraft such as the A380 means less take-offs and landings.
Emirates’ A380s in fact produce less than 75g of CO2 per passenger kilometre – that in itself is far less than the 95g CO2/km limit which the European Commission has specified for cars in the year 2020.
The Boeing 777 is the backbone of Emirates’ fleet of over 200 wide-body aircraft. In fact, Emirates is the largest B777 operator in the world, and the only airline that operates all 777 types, including the Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 777- 300, Boeing 777-200LR and Boeing 777-200.
The ultra-long range Emirates Boeing 777-200LR is one of the most technologically advanced and efficient aircraft in the world and enables Emirates to offer faster and longer journeys with fewer stops.
Thanks to an advanced wing design, efficient engines and a light structure, the Boeing 777-200LR makes more efficient use of fuel.
This means significantly less emissions than similar aircraft, making it one of the most; long range commercial aircraft types.
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