Emirates A380 A6-EUL, which has been under maintenance at Dubai since 14th November, returned to service in the early hours of this morning operating EK420 Dubai – Perth.
Emirates A380 A6-EUL entered the Dubai maintenance facility this evening after arriving as EK212 from Houston.
Emirates A380 A6-EUL operating EK212 Houston – Dubai (depart Houston 20th October) diverted via Copenhagen this afternoon due to a medical emergency on board.
Emirates A380 A6-EUL operated a Dubai – Dubai training circuit late this morning as EK2551 making several approaches at Dubai World Central.
the technical issue it encountered on 3rd July, Emirates A380 A6-EUL positioned Sydney – Dubai late this morning as EK2667.
A380 A6-EUL operated the Christchurch – Sydney sector of EK413 Christchurch – Sydney – Dubai this afternoon, however the onward sector to Dubai was cancelled due to a technical issue.
A380 A6-EUL, which has been under maintenance at Dubai since 18th April, returned to service this morning operating EK751 Dubai – Casablanca.
A380 A6-EUL entered the Dubai maintenance facility this evening after arriving as EK242 from Toronto. The aircraft had burst a t on departure from Dubai on the outbound EK241 causing damage to the wheel well and was cleared in Toronto for a single flight back to Dubai.
A380 A6-EUL entered service this morning operating EK412 Dubai – Sydney – Christchurch.
A380 A6-EUL was delivered Finkenwerder – Dubai this evening as EK7380. The aircraft is in 14F/76J/426Y configuration with the underfloor crew rest area at the front. This brings the A380 fleet up to 89 aircraft.
A380 A6-EUL made its first flight from Toulouse today wearing test registration F-WWSP and positioned Toulouse – Finkenwerder.