Emirates, based at the Dubai International Airport in the United Arab Emirates, has increased its fleet size from 99 aircraft in 2007 to 261 aircraft in 2017. Over the past 10 years, the airline has reduced its array of Airbus models by getting rid of its Airbus A310-300, A310-300F and A340-500 and added 92 A380-800s. The fleet additionally includes the acquisition of 150 more Boeing 777-300ERs and 10 777-200LRs.
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