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Emirates Airlines

Emirates Airlines is the flagship carrier of the United Arab Emirates and stands as the largest airline in the Middle East. Since its establishment on March 5, 1985, Emirates has been under the ownership of The Emirates Group, which is owned by the Government of Dubai. Based in Garhoud, Dubai, Emirates Airlines operates from its main hub at Dubai International Airport. This strategic location allows the airline to connect travelers to 144 destinations across the globe, making it a prominent air carrier in international travel. Additionally, it includes subsidiaries like Emirates Holidays, Arabian Adventure, Congress Solutions International, and Emirates Tours. 

The airline boasts a fleet of 250 aircraft, exclusively comprising wide-body planes such as the Airbus A380 and Boeing 777. Notably, Emirates does not operate any narrow-body aircraft, focusing instead on larger, more spacious planes for its operations. In addition to passenger services, Emirates also offers cargo services through Emirates SkyCargo.

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