The aircraft, which was ferried from Toulouse to Hamburg for customisation last September, has undergone cabin interior installation and painting at the German factory. It is equipped with Emirates' three-class, 489-seat layout (14 first class, 76 business and 399 economy class).
This aircraft - which Airbus says was rolled out of the paint shop on 14th March - will now undergo modifications that have resulted from the flight-test programme to bring it up to production specification, as well as finalisation of cabin furnishings requested by the customer.
Delivery of the first of Emirates' 58 Engine Alliance GP7200-powered giants is expected in July, with the type due to enter service on the airline's Dubai-New York service on 1 October.
Later deliveries will be equipped with a medium-range three-class 517-seat configuration or a medium-range two-class configuration with 604 seats.