Emirates Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Details and Pictures

Emirates Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Emirates operates 134 wide-bdoy aircrafts Boeing 777-300ER.

Boeing 777-300ER is equipped with the most powerful for today aviation turbojet engines General Electric GE90-115B with thrust 512 kilo Newton.

With the B777-200LR, Emirates is the largest operator of Boeing 777 family.

There’s total 155 Boeing 777 in current Emirates fleet.

The world’s largest operator of the 777-300ER now has no more of the aircraft type on order.

This won’t be the end of Emirates’ relationship with the 777, though.

The airline has a further 150 “next generation” 777s on order: Emirates has 115 777-9 aircraft on order, which they’ll start taking delivery of in 2020 and Emirates has 35 777-8 aircraft on order, which they’ll start taking delivery of in 2022.

They’re the world’s largest operator of both the A380 and 777-300ER, and it’s this widebody fleet that has allowed them to scale their longhaul route network unlike any other airline in the world (like offering 10x daily flights between Dubai and London).

A6 EBF Boeing 777 300ER of Emirates at Birmingham Airport
A6 EBF Boeing 777 300ER of Emirates at Birmingham Airport

Boeing 777-300ER Emirates Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

Aircraft TypeRegDelivered
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EMXJun 2003
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBHNov 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBFNov 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBZApr 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECBJun 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBXMar 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBIDec 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBJDec 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBEAug 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBBMar 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBCApr 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBNApr 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBOMay 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBWNov 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECAJun 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECDOct 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBGOct 2005
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBQAug 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBYMar 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECCOct 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBKFeb 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBMMar 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBRAug 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EBUOct 2006
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECFJan 2008
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECEDec 2007
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECGApr 2008
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECIJul 2008
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECHMay 2008
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECJAug 2008
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECKDec 2008
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGHOct 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECQApr 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECTAug 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECRJun 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECUSep 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECVOct 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECYJan 2010
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGCJul 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGEAug 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGOMar 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGPMay 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGTJun 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGWAug 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGXAug 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENEJan 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENGFeb 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENJMay 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECMJan 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECLDec 2008
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECNFeb 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECOFeb 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECPMar 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECSJul 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECWNov 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECXNov 2009
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ECZFeb 2010
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGAApr 2010
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGBMay 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGINov 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGFSep 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGDJul 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGJDec 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGVJul 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENKJul 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGGOct 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGKDec 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGLDec 2011
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGMJan 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGNFeb 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENBNov 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGQMay 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGRMay 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGSJun 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGUJul 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGYSep 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EGZSep 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENAOct 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENCNov 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENDDec 2012
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENFJan 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENHMar 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENIMar 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENMJan 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENNFeb 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENOMar 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENPApr 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENQMay 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENRJun 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENSJul 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENTAug 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENUSep 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENVOct 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENWNov 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENLAug 2013
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENYMar 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENXDec 2014
Boeing 777-300ERA6-ENZApr 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPAAug 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPBAug 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPCSep 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPDOct 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPENov 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPFNov 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPGDec 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPHDec 2015
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPIJan 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPJFeb 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPKMar 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPLApr 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPMMay 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPNJun 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPOJul 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPPJul 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPQAug 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPRSep 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPSSep 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPTOct 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPUNov 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPVDec 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPWDec 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPXDec 2016
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPYFeb 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EPZMar 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQAMar 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQBMay 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQCJun 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQDJun 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQEAug 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQFAug 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQGSep 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQHNov 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQINov 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQJDec 2017
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQKMay 2018
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQLJun 2018
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQMJun 2018
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQNAug 2018
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQPNov 2018
Boeing 777-300ERA6-EQOSep 2018
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Emirates Fleet Boeing 777-300ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Emirates operates their 777-300ER aircraft in three different configurations.

In this newest version of the 777-300ER, all classes feature Emirates ICE inflight entertainment system.

The First Class has closed private suites, each equipped with an electrically operated sliding door, a personal mini-bar, adjustable ambient lighting, and its own vanity table, mirror and wardrobe.

The seats convert to a fully flat bed with a mattress.

The Business Class has angled lie-flat seats.

You can also Click here for Emirates’ online tool to identify operating aircraft type by flight or route.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300ER Emirates Three Class V1

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Emirates Three Class V1
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Emirates Three Class V1

First version of Boeing 777-300ER operated by Emirates offers 354 seats in three classes: first, business and economy.

First class consists of 2 rows of closed suites per 4 in each.

These suites have electrical sliding doors, mini bars, dressing tables, wardrobes and passengers of these suites may adjust the light as they want to.

Also these seats are converted into flat bed seats with a mattress.

For passengers with infants the seats 2E and 2F offer bassinets.

42 angle-flat seats are located in two section of business class.

First section contains 2 rows of seats that have 2-3-2 configuration.

Passengers traveling with babies are often seated on the seats 6DEF as they have bassinet locations.

Noise from the galleys and lavatories will cause inconvenience to passengers of the seats of the 7th row.

Also, the seats 7A and 7K have misaligned windows.

Behind the exit row the other 4 rows of business class seats are located.

Other passengers tend to gather in the area of the seats of the 8th row while waiting to use lavatories and causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The seats 8DEF have bassinets.

The only disadvantage of the seats of the 11th row is close location of more crowded economy class.

Economy class may accommodate 304 passengers in three classes.

First section has 5 rows of seats that have 3-4-3 configuration.

As the tray tables of the seats of the 17th row are located in the armrests the width of these seats is reduced.

Also these sets have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

Passengers with babies are often seated here as these seats have bassinet locations.

The main disadvantages of the seats of the 21st row is limited recline and close location of the lavatories.

The second section of economy class seats contains 14 rows of seats.

Passengers of the seats 23DEFG will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

These seats are first reserved for passengers with infants.

Among disadvantages of these seats: proximity of the lavatories, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width as the armrests of these sears are immovable.

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The best seats in this section are the seats 24ABC and 24HJK.

These seats offer extra space for passengers’ legs.

However, as the tray tables are built-in the armrests these seats are narrower than standard.

Lack of floor storage during take-off and landing is another disadvantage of these seats.

Proximity of the galleys and lavatories may represent a problem to passengers of the seats of the 36th row.

The third section of economy class seats has 14 rows of seats.

Passengers of the seats 37ABC and 37HJK will take advantage of extra legroom.

But close location of the lavatories, reduced width and lack of floor storage during take-off and landing may cause discomfort.

For passengers with babies the seats 38DEFG offer bassinet locations.

These seats have extra legroom but are narrower than standard and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

As the tray tables are in the armrests the width of the seats 46AB and 46JK is reduced a little.

Limited recline and close location of the galleys and lavatories make the seats 49AB, 49DEFG and 55JK bas seats.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300ER Emirates Three Class V2

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Emirates Three Class V2
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Emirates Three Class V2

This three class version of Boeing 777-300ER may transport 360 passengers.

First class consists of 8 closed suites. All these suites are standard.

For passengers with babies the seats 2E and 2F offer bassinets.

Business class has 42 angle flat seats located in 6 rows per 7 in each.

The seats of the 6th row have bassinet locations.

Close location of the galleys is the only disadvantage of the seats 7B, 7D, 7F and 7J.

Passengers with babies also are often seated on the seats of the 8th row.

The noise from the galley and lavatories may cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 8B, 8DEF and 8J.

Economy class may accommodate 310 passengers.

Most of the seats in economy class have 3-4-3 configuration.

Economy class seats are located in three sections.

First section includes 5 rows of seats.

As the tray tables are built-in the armrests the width of the seats of the 17th row is slightly reduced.

Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing. For passengers with infants these seats offer bassinets.

Proximity of the lavatories and limited recline are the disadvantages of the seats of the 21st row.

The second section of economy class has 134 seats.

Passengers of the seats 23DEFG, 24ABC and 24HJKJ will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

Among disadvantages: reduced width of the seats, lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and close location of the lavatories.

Also these seats offer bassinet locations for passengers with babies.

The seats of the 36th row are less reclining than standard.

Proximity of the galleys and lavatories is another disadvantage.

Behind another exit row the third section of economy class seats is located.

Passengers of the seats 37ABC and 37HJK will take advantage of extra space for their legs.

The noise from the galleys may be bothersome.

The tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable and that is why these seats are narrower than standard.

Lack of floor storage during take-off and landing is another disadvantage of these seats.

Passengers traveling with babies are often seated on the seats 38DEFG.

Also these seats have limited space for passengers legs, have no floor storage during take-off and landing and have reduced width as the tray tables are in the armrests.

As there are no seats behind other passengers and crew members passing by tend to bump into the seats 45C and 45H.

For passengers traveling with a partner will be ideal AB and JK seats of the rows 46-49.

The floor anchors from the seats located in front may interfere legroom of the seats 46AB and 46JK.

The seats of the 50th row are considered bad seats as they are less reclining than standard and are located close to the galleys and lavatories.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777-300ER Emirates Two Class

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Emirates Two Class
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 777 300ER Emirates Two Class

Two class version of Boeing 777-300ER is the most common in Emirates’ fleet.

This airplane may transport 427 passengers: 42 in business class and 385 in economy.

First six rows represent the seats of business class.

All these seats have 2-3-2 configuration.

For passengers with infants the seats of the 1st row are equipped with bassinets.

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The main disadvantage of these seats is close location of the galleys and lavatories.

The 6th row of the business class seats is located behind the exit row.

These seats also offer bassinet locations and have the same disadvantage as the seats of the 1st row, i.e. proximity of the galley and lavatories.

Behind the business class 3 sections of economy class seats are located.

Most of them have 3-4-3 configuration.

First section consists of 13 rows of seats.

Passengers of the seats 8ABC and 8HJK will feel comfortable thanks to extra legroom.

However, as the tray tables are in the armrests, the width of these seats is slightly reduced.

These seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The noise from the galley and lavatories may cause discomfort.

For passengers with infants these seats have bassinet locations as well as the seats 9DEFG.

The disadvantages of the seats 9DEFG are the same as of the seats of the 8th row.

The seats 15A and 15K have no windows.

Limited recline and close location of the lavatories are the disadvantages of the seats 21ABC, 21HJK and 22DEFG.

Behind the exit row the second section of economy class seats is located.

This section has 14 rows.

Passengers traveling with infants are often seated on the seats 23DEFG.

Passengers of these seats will take advantage of extra space for their legs.

Among disadvantages of these seats: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing, reduced width as the tray tables are built-in the armrests making them immovable.

Other passengers tend to gather in the area of these seats while waiting to use lavatories and causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The best seats in this section are considered the seats 23ABC and 23HJK.

These seats may have extra space for passengers’ legs.

But it can get cold by the exits during the flight. Also these seats are narrower than standard and have no floor storage during take-off and landing.

The seats 35ABC and 35HJK are less reclining than standard, the noise from lavatories may also represent a problem.

The third section of economy class seats is located behind another exit row.

Due to the exit row located in front passengers of the seats of the 37th row will have extra legroom.

Other passengers tend to congregate in the area of these seats while waiting to use lavatories.

These seats are narrower than standard as the armrests of these seats are immovable.

Lack of floor storage during take-off and landing is another disadvantage of these seats.

Passengers traveling with babies are often seated on the seats 37DEFG as they offer bassinets.

As there are no seats behind the seats 45C and 45J are often bumped by other passengers and crew members passing by.

For passengers traveling with a partner will be ideal the seats AB and JK of the rows 46-50.

These seats offer extra under seat storage as they are higher of the ground than other standard seats.

But this may cause discomfort to passengers whose legs cannot touch the ground, moreover during long flights.

Also it is difficult to sleep on these seats as they have no wall to lean against.

Limited recline make the seats 48AB bad seats.

Proximity of the lavatories will cause discomfort to passengers of the seats 48D and 48G.

The seats 49DEFG and 50 JK are considered bad seats because they are less reclining than standard and are located close to the lavatories.

Boeing 777-300ER Emirates Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities Information

  • Audio. Each seat is equipped with personal Audio Visual on Demand (AVOD) via Emirates’ ICE entertainment system. There is an extensive menu of audio and music tracks available. 
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  • Video. Each seat is equipped with personal Audio Visual on Demand (AVOD) via Emirates’ ICE entertainment system. There is an extensive menu of movies, television programmes and video games available. 
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  • AC Power. Every seat is equipped with a regular 110v AC power port in First Class and Business. It is possible that some versions of this aircraft will not have power ports. 
  • Food. Complimentary food and bar service are available on all Emirates flights

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