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Emirates expects first Boeing 777X to arrive in 2023

Posted 5 January 2021 · Add Comment

Emirates has confirmed its first Boeing 777X will now not arrive until 2023 after it was originally slated for 2020.


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Emirates currently has a total of 126 Boeing 777Xs on order which include 101 Boeing 777-9s and 25 Boeing 777-8s.

 

777X customers have been working with Boeing to push back delivery of the aircraft due to the current aviation climate.

   

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