Sorry to disagree with you guys. But it's not an A320-200, OR a 767. The big clues are:
-In the photo, each main gear has 6 wheels (3+3). All aircraft in the 75/76 family uses only 4 (2+2) wheels per main.
-The angle and position of the vertical stabilizer relative to the end of the tailcone. To see what I mean, go here
and look at the angles and postions of the vertical stabs. Then go here
and look at the vertical stabs (look VERY close). You can also access the info page for each of these aircraft from here and view exterior details and see the 777 are the only ones which uses a 6 wheel main gear (3+3).
To compare against an A320-200, go here
If you count the windows shown on a side, the A320-200 is about 20 short of the Emirates Airlines 777 in the photo in question. The A320 also uses the winglets, but the 777-200 doesn't.
I'm pretty certain none of the Airbus aircraft use a 6 wheel main (3+3). The A-340 does use a 2 wheel center main similar to the MD-11, but that's a differemt story. Some Russian aircraft use a 6 wheel main, but the profile in this photo doesn't match any of those.
By the way, I only stumbled onto this board a few days ago, but I did see the confusion over handles. I don't recall seeing this handle used by anyone, but if it's already in use, just post a note and I'll switch.