Emirates AirlinesEmirates Airlines Tayaran al-lmarat ,was formed 25 May, 1985. Emirates Airlines hubs at Dubai International Airport, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and is a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization.
In terms of international passengers carried, SkyTrax labelled the Emirates brand the world's eighth largest. Serving 62 countries, Emirates flies to 100 destinations with the only one of six fleets in the world to operate an all wide-body aircraft fleet. Audits of the airlines passenger manifest reveal a 3,710 average weekly passenger count.
Emirates is ranked the largest airline in the Middle East in terms of revenue, not an easy feat in a region where there a great deal of travelers, and a number of airlines vying for that traffic base. As of 2009, Emirates is the fifth largest in terms of scheduled international passengers kilometres- 21.2 million passengers. Emirates Cargo Division; Emirates Sky Cargo in financial year 2007/2008 carried 1.3 million tons of air cargo.
Emirates has international flights departing from:
Brisbane, Melbourne (Tullamarine), Perth, Sydney
Emirates flys to:
Auckland, Bangkok, Mumbai, Paris, Jakarta, Christchurch, Delhi, Dusseldorf, Rome, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Seoul, Johannesburg, Osaka, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, Manchester, Manila, Munich, Newcastle (UK), Beijing, Shanghai, San Francisco, Singapore, Vienna
What people are saying about emirates right now:
UAE seeks to deliver multiple e-services : Dr. Al Khouri - WAM - Emirates News Agency
WAM Dubai, 18 May 2013 (WAM) - The UAE government long-term e-strategy is to provide all public online services to customers online and through multiple channels, according to Eng. Dr. Ali Al Kouri, Director General, Emirates Identity Authority. Presenting ...
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@inpeacewidworld where are you from? I Hope you get to go man London's good and the Emirates is beautiful, ive saw it passing on the train
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UAE government seeks to deliver e-services through multiple channels - The National
He emphasised that the UAE's leaders have spared no effort to contribute to the technical and competitive success of the region, and urged all sectors and leaders in the Emirates to collaborate in order to achieve the goals of identity and security in the GCC.
Arsenal star wants to stay! - Miusoccer.com
Arsenal star and Germany international Per Mertesacker has once again shown his desire to stay at the Emirates, amid speculation he could be on his way out. Mertesacker had originally been linked with a move back to Germany, and Thomas Vermaelen ...
Striker could leave Inter for Monaco or UAE - Forza Italian Football
Antonio Cassano has been linked with moves away from Inter this summer. Gazzetta dello Sport report that Cassano could leave them for clubs in the United Arab Emirates or Monaco. The 30 year-old Italian national has only played in 28 games this season, ...
Doctors warned of work related risks in UAE - South African Broadcasting Corporation
The World Medical Association says it will continue advising doctors about the risks associated with working in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The association has welcomed the return of Professor Cyril Karabus after a nine-month ordeal in the UAE.
Philippines beat UAE in relegation battle - The West Australian
MANILA (AFP) - The Philippines beat the United Emirates 24-8 in the Asia Five Nations on Saturday as the hosts' maiden win ensured their survival in their first season in the region's top flight. Graeme Hagan, the hosts' hooker, scored a try early in the second ...
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RT @info_arsenal: Fly Emirates dikabarkan mensponsori PSG hanya £16M/Tahun sedangkan bersama Arsenal £30M/Tahun *Ohhhh Gazidis We Love You*
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RT @wengerknowsbest: Have Chelsea won back-to-back European titles? Yes. Can they win this summer's Emirates Cup? No.