B777-300ER

A close call? Emirates B777 incident on take-off from Dubai under investigation

A incident involving an Emirates B777 from DXB is under investigation after data showed it failed to climb on take-off   ...


Emirates to increase Brisbane flights and resume Perth flights by February 2022

Emirates to operate at full capacity to Brisbane and will restore 100% of flights to Perth from February 2022.  ...


Emirates to retrofit premium economy on 105 aircraft, mulls new 777 biz class

Emirates is retrofitting premium economy to 52 A380s and 53 777s and considering a new business class for the 777  ...


Air New Zealand to phase out Boeing 777s this decade

Air New Zealand will phase out its Boeing 777 aircraft this decade, replacing them with the 787 Dreamliners it has on order....


Emirates 777 door nearly torn off after air bridge incident

Emirates Boeing 777-300ER (registered A6-ENN) was damaged after an air bridge malfunctioned during disembarking in Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) the Philippines....


Emirates to restore route network to 67 destinations from Aug 10

On July 27, the Gulf carrier announced the resumption of its route network to Nairobi from August 2, and Baghdad and Basra from August 10, as it expands its growing network and offers its customers more convenient connections to Dubai and through Dubai. The carrier will resume passenger services to Seychelles from August 1, operating the network 5 times a week with a B777-300ER and also bolster its services to the Maldives from August 4 on the sa...


Emirates receives its 190th Boeing 777, teases “blinged-out” jet

Emirates announced it has taken delivery of the final Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on its order books, marking this the 190th B777 to be delivered to the airline. The announcement comes just over a week after Emirates posted an image of a “blinged out” 777 on social media, sparking a media frenzy.   ...


Emirates buy-and-leaseback two Boeing 777-300ER aircraft

Novus Aviation Capital closed the purchase and leaseback for two new Boeing B777-300ERs with Emirates Airline. The two aircraft were delivered to Emirates in August and November 2017, respectively, and will be on long-term leases....