EMIRATES AIRLINES

Address: 170-172 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street,  Dist. 3, Hochiminh City
Tel: (84-8) 9302939
Fax: (84-8) 9302928
E-mail: tvprom@netnam2.org.vn 
Website: http://www.emirates.com

Financially independent and thriving, Emirates is not subsidised in any way by its owners, other than initial assistance with start up costs. The airline has recorded a profit in every year except its second year of operation.

Growth has never fallen below 20 per cent a year. In its first 11 years, it doubled in size every 3.5 years and has every four years since.

The Emirates Group announced record net profits of Dhs 2.8 billion (US$ 762 million) for the financial year ended 31st March 2006. Total group revenue increased by Dhs 5.1 billion, or 27 per cent, to Dhs 24.2 billion (US$ 6.6 billion) compared to Dhs 19.1 billion (US$ 5.2 billion) last year.

Now comprising an award-winning fleet of 92 aircraft (as on 26th April 2006), an international cargo division, a full-fledged destination management and leisure division, an international ground-handler and an airline IT developer, Emirates is characterised by two key features, continuous explosive growth and a constant focus on top quality service. Managing to maintain the latter whilst continuing the former is the secret of Emirates’ success.
Currently responsible for more than 50 per cent of all flight movements in and out of Dubai International Airport, Emirates’ aim is to increase this tally to 70 per cent by 2010, without compromising quality. The airline currently flies to 83 destinations in 57 countries around the world and the network is expanding constantly. Nearly 550 flights fly out of Dubai per week covering five continents.

In the financial year 2005/2006, Emirates carried 14.5 million passengers and one million tonnes of cargo. Always at the forefront of aviation technology, Emirates flies the youngest and one of the most modern fleets in the world, with an average aircraft age of 61 months.

Emirates’ aim is to develop Dubai into a comprehensive aviation hub that will ultimately serve as an important global longhaul hub.


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