Following the technical issue it encountered yesterday, Emirates A380 A6-EUO departed Birmingham early this afternoon operating yesterday’s delayed EK40 Birmingham – Dubai as EK40D.
Emirates A380 A6-EUO operated EK39 Dubai – Birmingham this morning, however the return EK40 has been delayed overnight due to a technical issue.
Emirates A380 A6-EUO operated a Dubai – Dubai training circuit as EK2551 this afternoon making several approaches at Dubai World Central.
Emirates A380 A6-EUO operated the weather delayed EK703/EK704 Dubai – Mauritius rotation of 17th January this afternoon as EK703D/EK704D.
Following its overnight delay, Emirates A380 A6-EUO departed Kuala Lumpur in the early hours of this morning operating yesterday’s delayed EK343 Kuala Lumpur – Dubai as EK343D.
A380 A6-EUO arrived into Kuala Lumpur yesterday evening as EK342 from Dubai, however its scheduled return to Dubai as EK343 in the early hours of this morning has been delayed overnight. It is not clear whether this is due to a technical or a crew issue.
A380 A6-EUO, which has been under maintenance at Dubai since 24th May, returned to service early this morning operating EK346 Dubai – Kuala Lumpur.
A380 A6-EUO entered the Dubai maintenance facility in the early hours of this morning after arriving as EK373 from Bangkok.
A380 A6-EUO entered service this morning operating EK372 Dubai – Bangkok.
A380 A6-EUO was delivered Finkenwerder – Dubai this evening as EK7380. The aircraft is the third Emirates A380-842 with Rolls-Royce Trent 972 engines. The aircraft is in 58J/557Y configuration. This brings the A380 fleet up to 92 aircraft.
A380 A6-EUO made its first flight from Toulouse today wearing test registration F-WWSA and positioned Toulouse – Finkenwerder.