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Emirates Current Fleet

Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Mon Jun 08, 2009 2:56 am

Hi all below is the current fleet operated by Emirates. Fleet size: 132 aircraft. + 36 on order.

Type c/n Re SELCAL
A330-200 348 A6-EAA PQFL
A330-201 365 A6-EAB PQFM
A330-202 372 A6-EAC PQGH
A330-203 382 A6-EAD PQGJ Y
A330-204 384 A6-EAE FQGM
A330-205 392 A6-EAF GKJS Y
A330-206 396 A6-EAG CJKQ Y
A330-208 437 A6-EAI CJLQ
A330-209 451 A6-EAJ CJMQ
A330-210 452 A6-EAK BMRS
A330-211 462 A6-EAL AMHR
A330-212 491 A6-EAM AMJR
A330-213 494 A6-EAN AQDR
A330-214 509 A6-EAO ARDL
A330-215 525 A6-EAP ARJS
A330-216 518 A6-EAQ ASHP
A330-217 536 A6-EAR BPAS
A330-218 455 A6-EAS BPCR
A330-219 248 A6-EKQ PQDH
A330-220 251 A6-EKR GLAC
A330-221 283 A6-EKS FQGK
A330-222 293 A6-EKT FQGL
A330-223 295 A6-EKU PQDM
A330-224 314 A6-EKV PQDR
A330-225 316 A6-EKW PQEH
A330-226 326 A6-EKX PQEJ
A330-227 328 A6-EKY PQFG
B777-300ER 32706 A6-EBA AREK
B777-300ER 32789 A6-EBB ARGS
B777-300ER 32790 A6-EBC ARJP
B777-300ER 33501 A6-EBD ARPS
B777-300ER 32788 A6-EBE ASFQ
B777-300ER 32708 A6-EBF BCEG
B777-300ER 33862 A6-EBG BDAP
B777-300ER 32707 A6-EBH BDKQ
B777-300ER 32785 A6-EBI BEGP
B777-300ER 32787 A6-EBJ BEHR
B777-300ER 34484 A6-EBK BEKP
B777-300ER 32709 A6-EBL BFHL
B777-300ER 34482 A6-EBM BFJS
B777-300ER 32791 A6-EBN BHAF
B777-300ER 32792 A6-EBO BJPR
B777-300ER 32710 A6-EBP BKRS
B777-300ER 33863 A6-EBQ BMCP
B777-300ER 34483 A6-EBR BMJL
B777-300ER 32715 A6-EBS BPHJ
B777-300ER 32730 A6-EBT BQFL
B777-300ER 34484 A6-EBU BRDM
B777-300ER 32728 A6-EBV BRDP
B777-300ER 32793 A6-EBW BRFH
B777-300ER 32729 A6-EBX BSAJ
B777-300ER 33864 A6-EBY DFEM
B777-300ER 32713 A6-EBZ DFGL
B777-300ER 32794 A6-ECA DHEK
B777-300ER 32714 A6-ECB DJEL
B777-300ER 33865 A6-ECC DKHL
B777-300ER 32795 A6-ECD DMGK
B777-300ER 35575 A6-ECE FKBL
B777-300ER 35574 A6-ECF FKBM
B777-300ER 35579 A6-ECG FSJR
B777-300ER 35581 A6-ECH GLBJ
B777-300ER 35580 A6-ECI GSCP
B777-300ER 35583 A6-ECJ GSPR
B777-300ER 35584 A6-ECK HPDL
B777-300ER 37704 A6-ECL HQJR
B777-300ER 37703 A6-ECM JKAC
B777-300ER 37705 A6-ECN
B777-300ER 37706 A6-ECO
B777-300ER 37707 A6-ECP
B777-300ER 35588 A6-ECQ JRAK
A380-841 11 A6-EDA
A380-841 13 A6-EDB
A380-841 16 A6-EDC
A380-841 20 A6-EDD
A380-841 17 A6-EDE
B777-31H(F) 35606 A6-EFD CKGH opd by SkyCargo
B777-21H 27247 A6-EMD HMBP
B777-21H 27248 A6-EME HMBR
B777-21H 27249 A6-EMF HMBS
B777-21HER 27252 A6-EMG HMCR
B777-21HER 27251 A6-EMH HMCS
B777-21HER 27250 A6-EMI HMDR
B777-21HER 27253 A6-EMJ HMDS
B777-21H 29324 A6-EMK GLBR
B777-21H 29325 A6-EML GLBS
B777-31H 29062 A6-EMM PQDS
B777-31H 29063 A6-EMN PQDG
B777-31H 28680 A6-EMO PQFJ
B777-31H 29395 A6-EMP PQFK
B777-31H 32967 A6-EMQ AFGQ
B777-31H 29369 A6-EMR AGQR
B777-31H 29067 A6-EMS AJCP
B777-31H 32699 A6-EMT AJKR
B777-31H 29064 A6-EMU AJKS
B777-31H 28687 A6-EMV AKEP
B777-31H 32700 A6-EMW APBC
B777-31H 32702 A6-EMX APEH
A340-541 457 A6-ERA ALCS
A340-541 471 A6-ERB ALDR
A340-541 485 A6-ERC ALPR
A340-541 520 A6-ERD ALPS
A340-541 572 A6-ERE AMFS
A340-541 394 A6-ERF AMGR
A340-541 608 A6-ERG AQFM
A340-541 611 A6-ERH ARDE
A340-541 685 A6-ERI DFHL
A340-541 694 A6-ERJ DGCQ
A340-313X 236 A6-ERM AMDE
A340-313X 166 A6-ERN AMDG
A340-313X 163 A6-ERO APCS
A340-313X 185 A6-ERP APDM
A340-313X 190 A6-ERQ AQBE
A340-313X 202 A6-ERR AQCK
A340-313X 139 A6-ERS AQDJ
A340-313X 149 A6-ERT AQDL
B777-21HLR 35572 A6-EWA DPER
B777-21HLR 35573 A6-EWB DRAK
B777-21HLR 35576 A6-EWC DSHQ
B777-21HLR 35577 A6-EWD DSJM
B777-21HLR 35582 A6-EWE EFGS
B777-21HLR 35586 A6-EWF
B777-21HLR 35578 A6-EWG ELFR
B777-21HLR 35587 A6-EWH EPAB
B777-21HLR 35589 A6-EWI FGBH
B777-21HLR 35590 A6-EWJ FGEL
B747-47U(F) 29261 N408MC RSKM lsd frm Atlas Air, opdby SkyCargo
B747-47U(F) 32837 N415MC EKJM Y lsd frm Atlas Air, opdby SkyCargo
B747-47U(F) 29258 N497MC RSLM lsd frm Atlas Air, opdby SkyCargo
B747-4HA(ER)(F) 35235 OO-THC lsf Guggenheim via TNT Airways, opdby SkyCargo
B747-4HA(ER)(F) 35236 OO-THD CEJP lsf Guggenheim via TNT Airways, opdby SkyCargo

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Post  Romano Lara on Mon Jun 08, 2009 3:39 am

So just to confirm. Emirates have 772, 77L, 773 & 77W?

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Re: Emirates Current Fleet

Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Mon Jun 08, 2009 4:29 am

That is correct, standard -200 and -300 and then the -200LR and -300ER.

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Post  Romano Lara on Mon Jun 08, 2009 4:45 am

Johnathon Neilsen wrote:That is correct, standard -200 and -300 and then the -200LR and -300ER.

Not only that I noticed. They also have the 77F! Well in short, they've got complete variety of the 777 family, just something a Boeing Lover would even more love. Smile

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Re: Emirates Current Fleet

Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Mon Jun 08, 2009 4:47 am

Yep I think the 77F is used on flights direct to USA from Dubai. Not sure I'll have to check.
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Re: Emirates Current Fleet

Post  Robert Kurtz on Wed Jun 10, 2009 10:35 pm

Curious...Not all 777 models are available for FSX yet (maybe not even FS9). So If a pilot only owns, say a 777-200ER, I assume that it will be suitable to use for all T7 routes. Seems not only fair, but common procedure among other VAs.

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Post  Romano Lara on Wed Jun 10, 2009 10:54 pm

Robert Kurtz wrote:Curious...Not all 777 models are available for FSX yet (maybe not even FS9). So If a pilot only owns, say a 777-200ER, I assume that it will be suitable to use for all T7 routes. Seems not only fair, but common procedure among other VAs.

Agree. If one only has 777-200ER of course we will consider that, he can always file that he used 777-300ER or change his Squawkbox/FSinn model to 773 even if he's using a 772. No problems with that. I know 777 is limited in FSX, there's no decent either. There's Wilco 777 but it's full of shit. Pray that the PSS will open their doors soon and see if they have something new for us and for those FSX users who are long waiting for a 777. Given that PMDG 777 is not possible now... before yes when FS11 is still in works. But Microsoft close that branch of their company (not sure what you call that) to that effect, PMDG's plan of working with 777 is ruled out.

That's what I heard from a friend. PMDG 777 is not until FS11 is out! But now, FS11 is completely out of development. Only PSS is out there for the PSS, and Wilco for FSX users.

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Post  Robert Kurtz on Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:15 pm

Indeed. I own the Wildo model. Wilco in general is not very good, but thier 777 is one of the better products. Granted, out of thier "better products" the T7 is not high on the list. Actually, The 777, 737, and Airbus v2 (A340, A330) are the only Wilco products I would advise buying. Which is fortunate, because we all but the 737, and that gives users (especially FSX users) options. Also McPhat studios is doing repaints (that's the T7 paint I've been using in my shots) for the Wilco T7. And if you don't know, McPhat is doing for paitn what PMDG, PSS, and LDS have done for aircraft systems.

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Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Thu Jun 11, 2009 4:40 am

Absolutly, There is no definite requirement to fly the real Aircraft.

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