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Emirates says goodbye to its last Boeing 777-300

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Emirates is preparing to say goodbye to its last Boeing 777-300 in the fleet. The aircraft, which was delivered to the Gulf-based carrier in 2003, will be phased out soon. The aircraft is the shorter variant of the 777-300ER (Extended Range) and operated by Emirates on regional flights only. The company had a relatively small sub-fleet of 777-300 since 1999. The outdated planes have been taken out of service in recent years. In 2016, one was lost in a crash landing at Dubai airport. Emirates is… (airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Narfish19
Aaron Harris 2
Well there are plenty of 777-300ER's out there in there fleet. So there is no worries of being sad :)!!
japanjeff
japanjeff 3
The 777-300 is the "shorter variant of the 777-300ER"?! ;) :P hehehehe

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