Emirates takes delivery of it’s 100th Boeing 777-300ER

Dubai based carrier Emirates has taken delivery of it’s 100th Boeing 777-300ER. The aircraft will bear the registration A6-ENV.

With this delivery, Emirates will have 142 777s in operation and is the only airline in the world to operate all the 777 variants (which includes the 777-200, 777-200ER, 777-200LR, 777-300, 777-300ER and the 777F). The airlines 142 777’s makes up a large part of it’s 232 aircraft fleet.

Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline

“The Boeing 777-300ER is one of the most remarkable aircraft ever built, and its combination of efficiency, range and payload is second to none. Our customers are equally excited by the aircraft and its on-board product, and to date over 108 million passengers have flown on an Emirates Boeing 777-300ER.”

Emirates' 100th Boeing 777-300ER A6-ENV.
Emirates’ 100th Boeing 777-300ER A6-ENV. Boeing Image.

Emirates is also one of the launch customers for the new 777X with an order for a 150 of the aircraft. Many of the features of the 777-9X are believed to have been tailored to the needs of the airline.

Ray Conner, President and CEO, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

“We are proud of our long-term relationship with Emirates and for the confidence they have in Boeing’s products and services beginning with the 777 and continuing with the 777X in the years to come, The operating economics and long-range capability of the 777-300ER have played a prominent role in the success of Emirates’ business strategy.”

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  1. Great coverage BA. Kudos. Also, we understand that Air France has replaced its Airbus 330 with B777 on Paris- Bangalore route from this week. May be you can cover this too.

  2. “Our customers are equally excited by the aircraft and its on-board product” – Sure, for the thick wallets and the front rows! No excitement for the cattle class! It is time to have a FAA/ICAO regulation for economy class comfort.

    • Qatar has much better legroom & better seats on it’s B777 compared to Emirates. It seems Emirates is now catering to ‘Price Conscious Customers’ than ‘Value for Money Customers’ & certainly CHEAP is not VFM.

  3. Hope Emirates uses these 777-300ERs on more routes to India, as they use the older A330-200s on most destinations to India…India gives so much revenue to Emirates deserve bigger better Aircrafts…