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More: Emirates
More: Boeing 777-31H
More: Dubai - International (DXB / OMDB)
More: United Arab Emirates, September 6, 2005
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A6-EMM (cn 29062/256) All gates are used by Emirates.
More: Konstantin von Wedelstaedt
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A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon March 11, 2013:
773A, 773ER, 773A, 773A, 773ER, 773A, A340-500, A330-200, 773A/ER, 772( again A model or ER cannot be discerned). On the taxiway probably an A310, perhaps A300. Not from THY.

A visitor from New Zealand posted Mon January 7, 2013:
Why are people wondering why EK doesn't have 747s? 77W has same range, almost same pax, and burns FAR less fuel. Plus looks better!

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Fri September 7, 2012:
Best

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Thu May 17, 2012:
I fly into DXB for work about every 6 months, amazing how I think all of the Emirates fleet is heavies!

A visitor from - posted Mon February 27, 2012:
At DXB the rubber makes the taxiways look like a runway of a smaller airport!

A visitor from - posted Fri January 13, 2012:
Woow-its-look-like-Emirates-family

A visitor from - posted Mon November 7, 2011:
Future aviation leaders. Gonna see more of A380's than the 777 in the coming years

A visitor from United States posted Mon November 7, 2011:
Emirates just keeps improving day by day. God i wish American carriers would learn from Emirates -.-

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun October 2, 2011:
A fantastic photograph. The Emirates 777 is multiple different liveries with an almost lost aircraft taxiing for departure.

A visitor from Australia posted Sat August 27, 2011:
Makes one realise how big the aviation industry is this is only one airport makes our australian airports look small

A visitor from United States posted Fri July 15, 2011:
I hate 777! Why don't EK get some 748! But I must say, WHAT A HUB !

A visitor from United States posted Sun April 10, 2011:
Look at those beautiful planes. reminds me of when i took emirates from jfk-dxb. henil-

A visitor from Sweden posted Fri February 18, 2011:
Can't wait 'til we get a picture of you Konstantin with A380's at the airbridges from this angle!! Five stars *****!!!!!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu August 19, 2010:
I like it, let them come these pics

A visitor from - posted Fri April 30, 2010:
Looking good EK!! guys, u should see it in person! DXB is an awesome, and impresively spectacular airport

A visitor from Belgium posted Thu April 29, 2010:
I parked my 777 somewhere over here... Can you find it?

A visitor from Mauritius posted Tue January 26, 2010:
The aircraft taxing over there ... isn't it a Tunisair A306?
What do you think?
Anyway ! I'm really impressed by this huge number of B777 Emirates !

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Thu January 21, 2010:
They are always clean

A visitor from Mexico posted Sat October 17, 2009:
Steady gentlemen

A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 26, 2009:
Just think of all the money they could be making if those were in the air

A visitor from - posted Fri September 18, 2009:
This shot is definately gonna make BA/LH jealous..!
EK is already giving them a run for thier miles..!

A visitor from United States posted Wed September 2, 2009:
Whoa! That's a lot of 777s in one shot! Amazing picture, Emirates is awesome!

A visitor from United States posted Wed September 2, 2009:
Needs no explanation that this is Dubai, the HQ of Emirates! Looks like they love B777-300ERs, because I flew on these slender aircraft even on a short 3-hour trip from DXB-BOM and back. Excellent airline, and an excellent representation here!

A visitor from United States posted Tue September 1, 2009:
How did you get up there?

A visitor from Zimbabwe posted Sat August 22, 2009:
I was made for this longhaul jet and a true supporter of boeing jets. the picture clearly displays my favourite boeing 777-300ER

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 19, 2009:
They have very nice gates!

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 19, 2009:
Emirates is the largest operator of the 777, what do you expect!

A visitor from - posted Thu August 13, 2009:
Lemme guess... is this in.... Dubai perhaps?
:D
Awesome Shot - desktop background here we come!

A visitor from - posted Tue March 10, 2009:
Very, Very, Very nice !!! Thanks Dubai

A visitor from - posted Mon December 8, 2008:
Great Great Great ....Thanks for sharing.

Cheers

Iman-IranianSpotters

A visitor from Brazil posted Sat November 22, 2008:
Very well managed airline, fast expanding, very modern fleet, good example for many people in the world.

A visitor from United States posted Mon September 1, 2008:
This is awesome. i have always loved boeing 777's :)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 15, 2008:
Ive been to DXB recently {year 2008 to be exact} and these gates are predominantly occupied by EK777-300ERs

A visitor from Mauritius posted Thu June 26, 2008:
Umm, i'm a little confused, there are only 6 t7's, how is that a lot? also nice photo, gave it 5 stars. hope we can see a380's lined up like this 2yrs from now.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue June 3, 2008:
Hehe I bet pilots even get confused from time to time and board cockpit of wrong aircraft :)

nice shot, fleet size makes a difference.

A visitor from Australia posted Sat May 17, 2008:
Actually the furthest two are 777's and the two infront of those are a330's. Notice the APU design and engine nacelles.

A visitor from Canada posted Fri April 25, 2008:
Great photo. I like the lighting.
And Australian below, they are buying A380s instead of 747.

A visitor from United States posted Wed April 23, 2008:
Looks like A6-EMM is getting a new tire!!

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Mon April 14, 2008:
Very nice Picture of 777's although there is a 340-500 and a 330-200 in the background, it is a magnicficant shot of Emirates Airlines capacity. The planes are maintained in the best conditions, although i did run into minor problems while flying it is one of the best companies in the wrold, especially if you fly in first and business. The food is exelent! Good job EK! keep the new destinations comming! The angle of this shot is one of a kind. It would be really cool if you could get an angle like this at night, and of both sides of the terminals filled with emirates aircraft although I do not think that is possible as it is an international airport and there is so much traffic. Can't wait for the 380's to come in and try out their first class! EK ROCKS!

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 21, 2008:
Emirates is not getting any 787s either. They are going for 40 Airbus 380s.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue January 29, 2008:
Cool

A visitor from Australia posted Tue January 8, 2008:
2nd plane from bottom it looks like people are boarding or they have arrived

A visitor from United States posted Mon November 26, 2007:
The emirates go big or go home dont they? you'd never see a lineup like this in the us!

A visitor from Australia posted Tue July 17, 2007:
Great shot! so many planes lol.......i always wondered why Emirates never got any 747's, anyone know why?

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri July 13, 2007:
Traaafic...hard to believe... nice shot...coool

A visitor from Canada posted Thu March 22, 2007:
Its hard to believe that even though they have soo many aricrafts, they still need more! i like the angle at which the shot was taken specially since they're all 777, my favorites!

A visitor from Denmark posted Wed October 25, 2006:
Thats i call trafiic :O

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun August 13, 2006:
Outstanding shot, but with lots of airplane at ramp I think EK business does not full fill smoothly. They need to find new route :-?

A visitor from India posted Mon May 29, 2006:
Cooool,best aviation snap I have ever seen

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sun May 28, 2006:
What a lovely pic of themassive dubai airport.i live in abu dhabi.are u an air traffic controler or just a photographer

A visitor from India posted Wed May 17, 2006:
Stunning, absolutely beautiful! Gives you an idea of the amount of traffic handled!

A visitor from Australia posted Tue April 18, 2006:
Absoloutely stunning, i love emirates, it truely is an outstanding airline, i cant wait until those terminals are filled with A380s

A visitor from Chile posted Tue April 11, 2006:
This is just awesome
perfect shot of perfect airline

A visitor from Malaysia posted Thu March 30, 2006:
Nice Line!!!!

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Wed March 29, 2006:
I was impressed that all parking stand full of Emirates B777's and it is my favourite aircraft types.

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sun March 26, 2006:
From nearest too furthest , First EK 777-300, then
EK 777-300ER, after EK 777-300, EK 777-300, another EK 777-300, then EK 777-200 followed by a
EK A340-500, The last 3 are 3 A330's and on the takeway i think its a Turkish A310, and if u look further into the cargo terminal, you can see 2 to 3 aircaft. Emirates has a fleet consisting of 777s, A340s, A330s, Freighter 747s, A340's, A310s and soon A380s. I am proud of Emirates, EK Rocks!!!

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sat March 18, 2006:
VERY NICE PICTURE CLARITY AND GOOD SENSCE OF EMIRATES 777S

A visitor from Venezuela posted Fri March 17, 2006:
Great picture, great terminal great airline, great B777s all togheter (although aircraft No 7 seems like a 4 engine), what a nice atmosphere there. Emirate rules !!!!!

A visitor from Venezuela posted Fri March 17, 2006:
It is what I call a hub, lots of B777s all toghether, great terminal, great airline, Its a great atmosphere. Emirates rules !!!.
Note: Aircraft in position 7 looks likes it has 4 engines.

A visitor from Lebanon posted Thu March 16, 2006:
These are what... 9 aircrafts? Emirates fleet is 10 times that! And they're havent received the 48 a380s yet. No wonder this airline need an airport all for itself.

A visitor from Mexico posted Thu March 9, 2006:
Only Triple 7s! Wow, what a tarmac!! T.B.

A visitor from Pakistan posted Tue March 7, 2006:
Man these beast are the troops of emiraes

A visitor from Brazil posted Sun February 26, 2006:
Sensational !!!!!!!!!!

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
4 catering trucks on that 777!

A visitor from Sweden posted Sun January 22, 2006:
Nice shot!

A visitor from Turkey posted Fri January 20, 2006:
My favorite planes are together! Beatiful!!

A visitor from Hungary posted Sat December 17, 2005:
I think the 3rd plane is an A330. It has a winglet or something like that.
Not sure though.

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sat December 10, 2005:
Dubai goverment is building a new airport with 6 runways, some people say that "OMDB" or Dubai airport will be just for the "Emirates"....

A visitor from India posted Fri November 18, 2005:
Great foto.....great to see so many of those 777z in one place...reminds me of doha

A visitor from Canada posted Wed October 12, 2005:
Stunning view! They're actually not all 777's. Such aircraft can be distinguished by their wing tips amongst other features.
Emirates is easily one of the best today! They definitely set standards in the industry.

A visitor from Hungary posted Thu September 29, 2005:
Beautiful pic! I wonder how it would look fulled with A380s'? I think we don't have to wait a lot! Greetings buddys! morton

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
How many 777's!

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Awesome sight!

A visitor from Costa Rica posted Tue September 20, 2005:
Excellent picture... Great.

A visitor from Venezuela posted Mon September 19, 2005:
That most be such a lucky thing... I mean a lot of 7's :-)

A visitor from Venezuela posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Amazing shoots never seen so much triple-seven on one airport

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Very interesting shot. Just imagine when those stands are occupied by A380's :P

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Very much airplanes of Emirates airlines

A visitor from United States posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Lots and lots of 777s that the most i've seen in on place in my life.

A visitor from Germany posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Great country, great city, great airport, great airline!

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Home...sweet home :))

A visitor from Germany posted Sun September 18, 2005:
I love thiz hubs

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Brilliant

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 18, 2005:
SImply beautiful, thank you for reminding my experience in Dubai & Emirates.

Danil Premgi.

A visitor from Taiwan posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Oh la la...So harmonious!!

A visitor from Malta posted Sun September 18, 2005:
Love the Place, Love the Airline, and Love the planes!

A visitor from Australia posted Sun September 18, 2005:
I love the triple 7

A visitor from Spain posted Sun September 18, 2005:
80% of all the airplanes are 777's

A visitor from South Africa posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Lovely pics of a great fleet from a great country

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Wow what a shocking image of how powerful Emirates is! they can rule the world! look at those 777-300 and 300ER's... beauty! I see $$$$ coming out of them! =O

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Sat September 17, 2005:
What a great picture I ever seen.

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Thanks for posting this picture. This is one of the best airport/terminal shots I've ever seen.

A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Emphatic

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 17, 2005:
How powerful Emirates is!!

A visitor from Brazil posted Sat September 17, 2005:
I´ve never seen so many 777-300´s together at a single airport! Amazing!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 17, 2005:
What a fantastic sight this is! An outstanding sampling of one of the world's newest fleets, painted in an outstanding livery, and all in one place! Beautiful! Fantastic work, Konstantin.

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Nice! Good visual comparison of the 773A and 773ER wingtip differences seen on the first and second 777s. (-ER raked tip)

A visitor from Singapore posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Excellent shot. You can also compare the 777-300 and 777-300ER !

A visitor from Guatemala posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Excellent pic!!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 17, 2005:
What an interesting line up of an airline that we usually don't see more than one or two A/C on the ground at most airports Emirates serve.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Close your eyes and imagine all A380's!

Near future buddies.

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Awesome!

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 16, 2005:
Coool

A visitor from India posted Fri September 16, 2005:
That is one hell of a lot of 777's

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