Emirates is an airline based at Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which was built exclusively for the use of Emirates. It is the largest airline in the Middle East, which is a subsidiary of the wholly-government owned The Emirates Group. The airline ranks amongst the top 10 carriers worldwide in terms of revenue and passenger kilometres, and has become the largest airline in the Middle East in terms of revenue, fleet size, and passengers carried as of 2007. The airline was also the seventh largest in terms of scheduled freight tonne-kilometres flown.
Emirates was established in 1985 in the city Dubai of United Arab Emirates. Emirates’ fleet includes 126 airplanes, together with the subsequent kinds Airbus, Boeing. Emirates airlines are a National company which presents customary flights. It has bear 21 200 000 travelers in 2012. Its key center is Dubai International airport. It works on flights on code divide in the company of the airline companies Air Malta, AirIndia, Air Mauritius, Continental Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Jet Airways, Philippine Airlines, Oman Air, Royal Air Maroc, Thai Airways International, South African Airways - SAA, JetBlue Airways, and Qantas Airways.
Emirates operates over 2,300 flights every week across its network of 103 destinations in 65 countries on six continents from its hub in Dubai. The company also operates three of the world"s ten longest non-stop commercial flights from Dubai to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston and Dallas starting flights to Dubai.
Emirates operates an exclusively wide-bodied aircraft fleet making up from 3 aircraft families: the Airbus A330/A340, Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777. The total size of the fleet is 161. It operates the youngest fleet of any major airline
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The cheapest flights offered by Emirates is for the route Flights from Hong Kong to Bangkok, and the longest flight is on route Flights from Auckland to Melbourne which takes 4h 0m.