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The little one goes first

A KLM Boeing 737-800 and an Etihad Boeing 777-300ER

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Emirates takes 1,000th Boeing 777

Pictured is the 1,000th 777 to roll off Boeing’s Everett production line at a handover ceremony on Friday. Taken by Gulf airline Emirates, this particular example is a -300ER. The carrier has a fleet of 102 777s, with a further 93 on order. Credit: Emirates

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DUBAI: Emirates orders another 50 777-300ERs

Emirates has ordered an additional 50 Boeing 777-300ERs valued at $18 billion, the largest commercial aircraft order in the airframer’s history. The Dubai-based carrier is already the largest 777 operator with a fleet of 94 aircraft. It had another 41 on order before the latest announcement, which also includes options for another 20 aircraft. “The […]

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Image of the Week: EVA B777-300ER

This week’s Image of the Week (featured on page 5 of Flight International), is taken by AirSpace user commercial aviation, otherwise known as Manuel Negrerie. His photo depicts an EVA B777-300ER taking off from her home at Taipei bound for Shanghai. He notes the carrier’s B777-300ERs are replacing its B747-400s. This particular aircraft sports a […]

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Three Virgin tails at LAX

Here are three Virgin tails lined up for the first time at Los Angeles International following the launch of Virgin Blue’s long-haul arm V Australia on Friday 27 February with an inaugural flight from Sydney. Tails are (left to right) Virgin Atlantic A340-600 registered G-VWEB, V Australia Boeing 777-300ER registered VH-VOZ, Virgin America A320-200 registered N622VA.

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