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Emirates Set to Take Delivery of 100th Airbus A380 Aircraft



Dubai, United Arab Emirates, based Emirates Airlines, the world’s largest A380 operator, is set to receive its milestone 100th Airbus A380 aircraft on 3rd November, 2017.

Over 80 million passengers have flown on the superjumbo in the nine years since it first joined Emirates’ modern fleet. Today, Emirates flies the A380 to over 45 destinations spanning Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.

Everywhere it operates, the Emirates A380 attracts consumer demand for its industry-leading inflight experience in all cabin classes, and is welcomed by local economies as a contributor to tourism and visitor growth.

With its inaugural A380 flight in 2008, Emirates introduced several industry firsts including its iconic A380 Onboard Lounge and First Class Shower spa.

The Onboard Lounge remains one of the biggest draws of the aircraft to date, and is arguably the most popular spot at 40,000 feet. It has gone through several successive and subtle changes, such as the introduction of electric window blinds, before a brand new look was unveiled last July.

In November 2015, Emirates introduced the world’s first 2-class A380, making it the highest-capacity plane in the world with 615 seats on board while retaining the airline’s signature inflight services and comfort.

Today, the Emirates A380 reaches all ends of the globe with non-stop flights to Sao Paulo, Casablanca, Copenhagen, Tokyo and Los Angeles from Dubai.

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21 sept 2022

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30 sept 2022

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24 oct 2022

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10 nov 2022

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18 nov 2022

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04 dic 2022

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15 dic 2022

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07 ene 2023

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07 ago 2023
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Invitado
27 ene 2023

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27 feb 2023

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