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Out of the United States, Emirates flies direct from a number of major airports, including Houston, Los Angeles and New York, as well as indirectly from a number of other major US airports.

On 25th October 1985, Emirates flew its first routes out of Dubai with just two aircraft— a leased Boeing 737 and Airbus 300 B4 - and it has since been characterised by two key features: continuous explosive growth and a constant focus on top quality service.

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Emirates non-stop from LA to Dubai

Beginning October 26, 2008, Emirates begins non-stop service from Los Angeles, CA to Dubai. This is the only non-stop flight between Dubai and LA.

Emirates to Launch First Commercial A380 Service to America

Airline marks New York JFK for inaugural A380 commercial service on 1st August

Air travellers will be able to experience Emirates Airline’s state-of-the-art A380 aircraft for the first time on 1st August, when the airline launches its first A380 commercial service from Dubai to New York JFK. The 14-hour non-stop flight will also be the first-ever commercial A380 service to The Americas.

EK3801: Departs Dubai at 1100hrs Arrives in JFK at 1645hrs
EK3802: Departs JFK at 2100hrs Arrives in Dubai at 1745hrs*
*next day, all times local

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Out of the United States, Emirates flies direct from a number of major airports, including Houston, Los Angeles and New York, as well as indirectly from a number of other major US airports. Travel to North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asian Sub-continent and Australasia with Emirates.

After making its initial start-up investment, the Government of Dubai saw fit to treat Emirates as a wholly independent business entity, and today Emirates is thriving because of it. The growth has never been lower than 20 per cent annually, and the airline has recorded an annual profit in every year since its third in operation. The Emirates Group announced record net profits of Dhs 3.5 billion (US$ 942 million) for the financial year ended 31st March 2007.

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DUBAI, UAE, 9th June 2008

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Emirates Tailored for New Era

Carrying forward the strongest components of the existing iconic outfit, a new, stylish and contemporary look will be unveiled when the airline receives its first A380s over the next months. The cabin crew assigned to Emirates’ flagship aircraft will be the first to wear the new uniform.

The current beige and red female uniform draws attention around the world each day as Emirates' cabin crew members travel throughout the airline's international network of 99 destinations in over 60 countries.

But now, as a result of a two year project, the crew look is being modernised, in line with the massive investment taking place across the rest of the carrier's onboard and on-the-ground product.

Terry Daly, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President, Service Delivery, said: “The Emirates uniform has been the same since 1997, with a few tweaks here and there. In this new design we have addressed style, comfort, the suitability for different climates – for cabin crew and ground staff – and managed to retain the iconic and instantly recognizable hallmark of our uniform worldwide.”

The new uniform will have its first public outing on July 28th, when Emirates receives its first A380 aircraft during a grand delivery ceremony at an Airbus facility in Hamburg.

Emirates’ A380 cabin crew will be the first to wear the uniforms onboard, with a full roll out across all 16,000 cabin crew and uniformed ground staff expected to be completed by May 2009.

DUBAI, UAE, 16th June 2008