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Emirates reveals 360-video tour of A380 flight deck

Posted 20 June 2016 · Add Comment

Emirates has released the world's first 360-video tour of the A380 cockpit.

Captain Thomas Ziarno from New Zealand and First Officer Abdulrahman Mohamed Al Busaeedi from the United Arab Emirates give an immersive 360-view tour of the flight deck controls of an Emirates A380, the world’s largest commercial aircraft.

The airline will be taking delivery of its 80th A380 on 21st June 2016. This will be followed by the launch of a daily A380 service to Vienna, Emirates’ 41st A380 destination, starting 1st July 2016. Emirates has a further 62 A380s pending delivery, of which 21 A380s will be joining the fleet this year

Emirates operates one of the youngest fleets in the industry with an average age of 5.6 years. Over 4,000 pilots from nearly 100 nationalities fly the Emirates fleet of 250 all wide-body aircraft that serve 155 destinations across 81 countries.

Emirates has over 1,400 pilots on its A380 fleet and more than 2,500 pilots on the Boeing 777 fleet. The airline is hiring over 700 pilots in 2016 to operate its expanding fleet and will be holding multiple recruitment events across the globe to support pilot recruitment. For more information visit www.emirates.com/pilots

 

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