Emirates and the Boeing 777

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Emirates operates the world’s largest fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft. We fly these modern aircraft to nearly 100 cities on six continents, carrying millions of passengers across the globe each year. We received our first 777 aircraft in 1996, and our 150th in September 2015. Emirates’ commitment to this remarkable aircraft provides benefits that extend to suppliers, the US economy, passengers, and beyond.

147 Boeing 777 in fleet, 196 Boeing 777 on order, over 95 destinations
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The Emirates Boeing 777 Fleet. Emirates now has 159 Boeing 777s. Emirates operates the world’s largest Boeing 777 fleet. We took delivery of our first Boeing 777-200 in June 1996. 863,493 departures. 5.2 million flight hours. 400,000 jobs in the United States supported by Emirates Boeing 777 orders. 23,502 cabin crew. 2,587 pilots. Emirates received its first Boeing 777-300ER in 2005. Dubai to Auckland: 14,199 kilometres – longest non-stop Emirates Boeing 777 flight at 17 hours 20 minutes. 226,5 million passengers flown since 2004. 182 Boeing 777 aircraft worth US$87.9 billion on order. 112 destinations served by 777 fleet. Dubai to Muscat 347 kilometres, shortest non-stop Emirates Boeing 777 flight at 1 hour.

Emirates 777 delivery

Emirates Receives Three 777s in a Single Day

Emirates received a company-record delivery of three Boeing aircraft in a single day—an event that also marked the delivery of Emirates' 150th Boeing 777.

Watch the delivery of the aircraft and their maiden departures here.

[September 2015] SEPTEMBER 2015

[Emirates receives company-record delivery of three Boeing 777 aircraft in a single day] EMIRATES RECEIVES COMPANY-RECORD DELIVERY OF THREE BOEING 777 AIRCRAFT IN A SINGLE DAY

[Emirates and Boeing celebrate 150th 777 delivery] EMIRATES AND BOEING CELEBRATE 150TH 777 DELIVERY

[A woman and man cut red ribbon, surrounded by a group of pilots]

[Everyone claps]

[The pilots smile]

[Three Emirates planes on the tarmac]

[Plane pushes back from jetway]

[A6-EPA Boeing 777300ER takes off] A6-EPA BOEING 777-300ER

[A6-EPB Boeing 777300ER speeds down the runway and takes off] A6-EPA BOEING 777-300ER

[A6-EFS Boeing 777 freighter, “SkyCargo” written on the side of the plane, pivots and begins to take off] A6-EPA BOEING 777 FREIGHTER



[Emirates now has 147 Boeing 777 aircraft in its fleet and another 196 pending delivery] EMIRATES NOW HAS 147 BOEING 777 AIRCRAFT IN ITS FLEET AND ANOTHER 196 PENDING DELIVERY


Inside Boeing: Making Emirates' 150th Boeing 777

Each Boeing 777 is a marvel of engineering and a labor of love. Thousands of highly skilled men and women are involved in building each aircraft and making it ready for travelers. In this video, you’ll meet a few of the Boeing employees involved in the production of Emirates’ 150th Boeing 777. Hear them speak about their work on the aircraft exterior, interior, electrical, and cockpit components, and you’ll appreciate the passion, attention to detail, and expertise that go into making this plane.

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Inside Boeing’s Suppliers: Making Emirates' 150th Boeing 777

Hands across America, from Washington State, California, and Texas, work with precision to craft the Boeing 777. This video showcases employees from three companies that supply parts for the 777. In addition to seeing dedicated, hardworking employees from Onamac, Honeywell, and Jamco focused on their craft and workspaces, you’ll see employees at play as well.

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Boeing 777-300

Both our two- and three-class versions offer the utmost in passenger comfort.

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Boeing 777-300ER

Our extended-range Boeing brings industry-leading levels of comfort and service to even the longest transcontinental routes.

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Boeing 777-200LR

This long-range airliner has the capability to connect virtually any two cities in the world nonstop.

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