Emirates has announced that it is the largest operator of the Boeing 777 aircraft.

Emirates Airline, which offers flights to Dubai from six continents, has become the largest operator of Boeing 777s, it has been announced.

The airline has reported that it is waiting on the arrival of 28 of the new aircraft and is the only carrier to use all models of the 777 family.

“Emirates is committed to maintaining a young and modern fleet, which enhances our passengers’ comfort and safety and also makes our aircraft some of the most environmentally-friendly in the skies,” explained Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline.

All of the Boeing 777 aircraft in the Emirates’ fleet come equipped with its “award-winning” information, communication and entertainment system where passengers can benefit from music and games and up to 1,200 different channels.

Holidaymakers who have booked a flight to Dubai around the end of October, start of November time may be able to take in the sounds of the Desert Rhythm Festival.

The event includes food, drink and music from all over the world, as well as belly dancers and fire dancers.

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