Dubai- - Emirates received its 190th Boeing 777-300ER, the last copy of the type to be added to the Gulf carrier's fleet. From 2020 onwards, the airline will begin to receive the re-engineered version of the Boeing's iconic Widebody, the 777X.
Emirates operates the largest 777-300ER fleet in the world. The aircraft began operations with Emirates Airlines in 2005. Airline's 777-300ERs fly to 119 destinations around the world.
The Dubai-based operator is also the only airline that has operated all versions of the Boeing 777 including the Boeing 777-200, 777-200ER, 777-200LR, 777F, 777-300, and 777-300ER.
As of today, Emirates operates only ten 777-200LR version as the passenger plane besides 190 777-300ER.
From 2020, 35 Boeing 777-8 and 115 Boeing 777-9 will gradually replace the existing Boeing 777-300ERs.