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Emirates Boeing 777-300 Fleet List

Current Emirates Boeing 777-300 Routes

Following successful operation of the smaller Boeing 777-200 and 777-200ER models Emirates was quick to order the 10.1m longer Boeing 777-300, accepting delivery of its first example in 1999 and its twelfth and final example in 2003.

When delivered the 777-300s were the largest aircraft in the Emirates fleet and were quickly allocated to the busiest European and the one stop Australia flights.

Emirates were able to take delivery of the improved Boeing 777-300ER from 2005 and so the 777-300 fleet only numbered 12 aircraft.

The fleet has recently been refurbished to feature 12 SkyCruiser Seats in First Class, 42 Lie Flat Seats in Business Class and 310 of the latest Weber seats in Economy.

Along with the new seating the ICE in-flight entertainment system is now fitted in all classes.

The aircraft operate on services within the Middle East and to Europe,  India and the Far East.

Boeing 777-300