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Dubai-based Emirates is a relatively young airline, and it has been growing rapidly in recent years.
In 2016, Emirates earned $1.7 billion in gross revenue, according to Bloomberg.
The airline currently flies more than 400,000 flights a day and operates a fleet of nearly 2,000 planes.
In 2020, Emirates plans to open its first hub in Abu Dhabi, and has begun to sell more services and equipment.
Emirates is one of the few large airline companies that operates the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which is the world’s first commercial airliner with an all-electric propulsion system.
Emirates’ future, though, is in the passenger-carrying business.
Emirates has invested in new lines of passenger service in Europe and Asia, as well as a fleet that includes a Boeing 737 MAX.
Emirates was one of just four carriers to secure a $5.8 billion deal in 2016 with Airbus for the creation of an all Airbus fleet in 2019.
Emirates and Airbus have a long history of collaboration.
Emirates launched its first commercial flights in the early 1970s.
Emirates operates the Emirates Airline brand, which was a brand for its airline in the late 1980s, before becoming an aircraft carrier.
Emirates began offering its planes in 2008.
Airbus also has a relationship with Emirates, with Emirates Air Line, Emirates Jet and Emirates Airways.
Emirates also has several airlines in the Middle East and Africa, including Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways.
The UAE has also expanded into the U.S., with a $6 billion deal to build the Emirates Arena and a $2 billion deal for the Emirates Airways Arena.
Emirates owns Emirates Air Asia, the largest airline in Indonesia, which it acquired in 2018.
Emirates AirAsia is currently the second largest carrier in Southeast Asia, after United Airlines.
Airbus owns Etihad, Emirates, AirAsia and Jet.