Emirates A380 A6-EUE, which has been under maintenance at Dubai since 1st July, returned to service this morning operating EK434 Dubai – Brisbane.
Emirates A380 A6-EUE operating EK204 New York JFK – Dubai (depart New York JFK 28th February) diverted via Muscat this morning due to long weather based hold times into Dubai).
Emirates A380 A6-EUE operated a Dubai – Dubai training mission as EK2551 this afternoon making several approaches at Dubai World Central.
Emirates A380 A6-EUE operating EK203 Dubai – New York JFK diverted via Copenhagen this morning due to a medical emergency on board.
Following the technical issue it encountered yesterday, Emirates A380 A6-EUE positioned Jeddah – Dubai early this morning as EK2552.
Emirates A380 A6-EUE operated EK805 Dubai – Jeddah this morning, however the return EK806 returned to the stand at Jeddah and was subsequently cancelled due to a technical issue.
A380 A6-EUE operated a Dubai – Dubai training circuit as EK2551 this afternoon making several approaches at Dubai World Central.
A380 A6-EUE operated the EK237/EK238 Dubai – Boston rotation today in place of the usualBoeing 777-300ER in for Boston airport to test their new A380 facilities.
the earlier A380 technical issue at Mumbai, Emirates A380 A6-EUE positioned Dubai – Mumbai as EK2547 this afternoon in to operate the delayed EK501 Mumbai – Dubai as EK501D.
A380 A6-EUE operated an additional Dubai – Jeddah rotation this morning as EK2837/EK2838.
A380 A6-EUE entered service this morning operating EK127 Dubai – Vienna.
A380 A6-EUE was delivered Finkenwerder – Dubai late this evening as EK7380. The aircraft is in a new 14F/76J/426Y with a lower deck crew rest area.This brings the Emirates A380 fleet up to 82 aircraft.
A380 A6-EUE made its first flight from Toulouse today wearing test registration F-WWAU and positioned Toulouse – Finkenwerder.