Emirates B777-300ER A6-ECP Returns to Service.

Emirates Boeing 777-36NER A6-ECP, which was in storage at Dubai World Central from 28th June – 31st August, returned to service late tonight operating EK430 Dubai – Brisbane.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-ECP Returns to Service.

Emirates Boeing 777-36NER A6-ECP, which was storage at Dubai World Central from 16th January – 18th May, returned to service this afternoon operating EK91 Dubai – Milan Malpensa.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-ECP Returns from Tokyo Narita.

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the technical issue it encountered yesterday, Emirates Boeing 777-36NER A6-ECP departed Tokyo Narita early this afternoon operating yesterdays delayed EK319 Tokyo Narita – Dubai as EK319D.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-ECP Returns from Hong Kong.

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the technical issue it encountered yesterday, Emirates B777-36NER A6-ECP departed Hong Kong early this evening operating yesterdays delayed EK383 Hong Kong – Dubai as EK383D.

Emirates B777-300ER A6-ECP EK714 Lusaka Technical Issue.

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Boeing 777-36NER A6-ECP operated the Harare – Lusaka sector of EK714 Harare – Lusaka – Dubai this evening, however it was unable to operate the Lusaka – Dubai sector due to a technical issue. The flight was subsequently cancelled.

Dubai Inbound Fog Diversions.

Fog at Dubai caused the following flights to divert this morning:

EK6 London Heathrow – Dubai (depart London Heathrow 9th October) operated by Airbus A380 A6-EDX diverted via Bahrain.

EK20 Manchester – Dubai (depart Manchester 9th October) operated byBoeing 777-31HER A6-EGT diverted via Doha. (more…)