«KAPA»: «Emirates» the first in the orders of aircraft «broad body»

Emirates Airline has been ranked first in terms of the number of all-terrain aircraft, both in operation and on-demand, according to data from the Asia Pacific Aviation Research Center (KAPA), an aviation research specialist. According to the latest data,


Emirates Airline has been ranked first in terms of the number of all-terrain aircraft, both in operation and on-demand, according to data from the Asia Pacific Aviation Research Center (KAPA), an aviation research specialist. According to the company's latest data, the total number of aircraft handled by Emirates is 268, with 254 aircraft on demand, including Airbus A380, Boeing 777 As well as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Emirates acquired 36.18% of the 702 large-bodied aircraft, representing the total orders of the top 20 international air carriers. Emirates Airline and Flydubai were also among the top 10 in terms of total number of aircraft on demand, according to the data, noting that both airlines have registered a significant growth in the number of aircraft they have received over the last 10 years.

During the first six months of the current fiscal year, Emirates received eight new A380s and five Boeing 777s, took out seven old aircraft and four more by March 31, 2019.

The airline's long-term strategy is to invest in the latest in a wide body aircraft, improve overall efficiency and provide better customer experiences. Emirates Airline continues to provide passengers with services to travel around the world, with only one stop in Dubai.

Flydubai operates a fleet of 58 aircraft, including Boeing 737 Max 8 and Boeing 737-800, and over the next decade its fleet will grow to 296 aircraft.

REF: https://www.emaratalyoum.com/business/local/2019-01-12-1.1171774