Emirates A380 A6-EOL, which has been under maintenance at Dubai since 2nd November, returned to service in the early hours of this morning operating EK316 – Dubai – Osaka Kansai.
Emirates A380 A6-EOL entered the Dubai maintenance facility this evening after arriving as EK226 from San Francisco.
Emirates A380 A6-EOL, which has been under maintenance at Dubai since 17th May, returned to service in the early hours of this morning operating EK408 Dubai – Melbourne.
Emirates A380 A6-EOL entered the Dubai maintenance facility this morning after arriving as EK343 from Kuala Lumpur.
Emirates A380 A6-EOL operating EK449 Auckland – Dubai (depart Auckland 23rd December) diverted via Colombo in the early hours of this morning due to weather at Dubai.
A380 A6-EOL operating EK261 Dubai – Sao Paulo was over three hours into the flight this morning when it turned back to Dubai for a safe landing due to a technical issue. Passengers have been accommodated overnight.
the technical issue it encountered on 29th August, Emirates A380 A6-EOL positioned Los Angeles – Dubai this afternoon as EK2698.
A380 A6-EOL operated EK215 Dubai – Los Angeles this morning, however the return EK216 was cancelled due to a technical issue.
A380 A6-EOL operated an additional Los Angeles – Dubai sector this morning as EK3150.
A380 A6-EOL operated an additional Dubai – Los Angeles sector this morning as EK3149.
A380 A6-EOL entered service today operating EK366 Dubai – Taipei. The aircraft is in 14F/76J/401Y configuration with the main deck crew rest area. The Ek366/EK367 Dubai – Taipei rotation was A380 operated as a special one-off rotation today.
A380 A6-EOL was delivered Finkenwerder – Dubai this evening as EK7380. This brings the Emirates A380 fleet up to 64 aircraft.
A380 A6-EOL made its first flight from Toulouse today wearing test registration F-WWAG and positioned Toulouse – Finkenwerder.