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Airline Info
Airline Name: Emirates
Airline IATA Code: EK
Airline Flight Number Example: EK9544
Airline ICAO Code: UAE
Airline Flight Plan Example: UAE25EQ
Airline Callsign: EMIRATES
Airline Flight Numbers: 001-2593
Total Aircraft in Fleet: 265
Passenger Aircraft in Fleet: 265
Cargo Aircraft in Fleet: 0

Speeds: kts (Knots)
Distances: nmi (Nautical Miles)
Date Format: dd/mm/yyyy (Day/Month/Year)
Time Format: HH:MM (Hour:Minute) based on UTC/Zulu
Weights: kg (Kilograms) - for Fuel, Pax and Cargo

Adult (12+) Child (2-12) Infant (0-2)
84Kgs 35Kgs 0Kgs
Domestic Bags International Bags Long Haul Bags
11Kgs 13Kgs 15Kgs
153 Adults x 84 Kgs + 18 Children x 35 Kgs + 0 Infants x 0 Kgs = 13482 Kgs
171 Domestic Bags x 11 = 1881 Kgs
Total weight = 15363 Kgs



Airline Biography

Emirates (Real World) Information;

Emirates is an airline based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which is wholly owned by the government of Dubai's Investment Corporation of Dubai.

It is the largest airline in the Middle East, operating over 3,600 flights per week from its hub at Dubai International Airport, to more than 154 cities in 81 countries across six continents. Cargo activities are undertaken by Emirates SkyCargo.

Emirates is the first world’s first largest airline by scheduled revenue passenger-kilometers flown, the fourth-largest in terms of international passengers carried, and the second-largest in terms of freight tonne kilometers flown. Emirates had the longest non-stop commercial flight from Dubai to Auckland until it was surpassed by Qatar Airways.

During the mid-1980s, Gulf Air began to cut back its services to Dubai. As a result, Emirates was conceived in March 1985 with backing from Dubai's royal family, with Pakistan International Airlines providing two of the airline's first aircraft on wet-lease. With $10 million in start-up capital it was required to operate independently of government subsidy. Pakistan International Airlines provided training facilities to Emirates' cabin crew in its academy. 

The airline was headed by Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the airline's present chairman. In the years following its founding, the airline expanded both its fleet and its destinations. In October 2008, Emirates moved all operations at Dubai International Airport to Terminal 3.

Emirates operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing wide-body aircraft and is one of the few airlines to operate an all-wide-body aircraft fleet. As of September 2016, Emirates is the largest Airbus A380 operator with 83 planes in service and a further 59 in orders. Since their induction, Airbus A380 planes have become an integral part of Emirates fleet, especially on long-haul heavily trafficked routes. Emirates also has orders for 150 Boeing 777X and 32 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, and is the world's largest Boeing 777 operator.



 

Airline Rules
  1. You must fly theses schedules in Emirates liveries only.
  2. If you do not have the correct livery then use house manufacture (i.e Boeing House livery).
  3. Please check below to see the current fleet, which fleet you can substitute, equivalent Substitutions, and historic fleet.  Look along the table from left to right to see.
  4. Please make sure that if you sub another aircraft for another, check that the performance will get you to the required destination.
  5. Please make sure, if you sub an aircraft, that you check the registrations of the type of aircraft, and to select the Reg in the WeGoACARS Tracker. Failure to do this will lead to a PIREP Rejection.
Airline Fleet and Substitutions
Current Fleet Real World Substitutions Simulated Substitutions Historical Fleet
A330-200 (A332)
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A340-300 (A343)
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A380-800 (A388)
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B777-200LR (B77L)
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B777-300 (B773)
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B777-300ER (B77W)
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