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By: Eunice Asman, Bitanna Daniel, Shellon Simon, Doris Van Denbroek

A strong and stable leadership team, ambitious yet calculated decision-making and groundbreaking ideas all contribute to the creation of great companies. Of course, these have played a major part in our development, but we believe our business ethics are the foundation on which our success has been built. Caring for our employees and stakeholders, as well as the environment and the communities we serve, have played a huge part in our past and will continue to shape our future. (The Emirates Group)

The Emirates airline was founded by a group of

business men: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Mr. Maurice Flanagan, Sheikh Mohammed and Tim Clark in the early 1980s Based in Dubai United Arab Emirates, owned by the government of Dubai The airline was launched in the year 1984-1985 The name was derived from two options: Air Dubai and Emirates Emirates was the first airline to introduce telecommunications on air bus with all three classes, successfully First route destinations were to Karachi, New Delhi and Bombay and has massively expanded over the years

The airline was voted The Best Airline in the World at the prestigious OAG awards

Emirates received two new aircrafts from Sheikh Mohammed (727-200) October 25th, 1985 first flight from Dubai 1987 negotiations are made for Emirates to fly to London, Istanbul, Frankfurt and Male(capital of Maldives) 1999 the airline enters hotel property with Al Maha Desert Resort & Spa. Largest airline in the Middle East

The logo was designed by the emirates logo group (Negus & Negus) The logo consists of the name Emirates written with Arabic calligraphic letters

Routes and destinations have expanded over the decades internationally . Some of Emirates major routes include: Middle East
Egypt, Iran, Jordan, Qatar, Lebanaon, Saudi Arabia etc.

Africa
Ghana, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Cote Divoire etc.

Europe
Italy, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland etc.

Asia & the Pacific


Australia, Phillipines, Seychelles, Signapore, Japan, Korea etc.

Their target market is mostly composed of: first class business class however; they also direct the services towards families with children

Emirates fly more than 120 destinations in 70 different countries around the world. Emirates airline have over 170 aircraft, with a mix of Airbus and Boeing Over 200-plus aircrafts has been ordered

Types of Aircrafts

A320

777

A380

Airbus A340-500
comfortable and enjoyable flight for all classes A total of ten

Boeing 777-200
The companys largest aircraft also known as the Double Decker (two and three class configuration) A total of 9 types of this aircraft

Emirates has over 15,000 cabin crew More than 135 nationalities, who speak more than 55 different languages. The first airlines to offer passengers to use their mobile phone on board. Offer entertainments; such as TV shows, movies, magazines, and video games.
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planning to expand its fleet and routes by 2020 Aims to transport 100 to 120 million passengers by 2020. They will increase their fleet from 200 to 360 by that year

WORKS CITED
"Business Class." Emirates Canada. N.p., 2013. Web. 06 July 2013. "First Class." Emirates Canada. N.p., 2013. Web. 06 July 2013. "Our Vision & Values." Vision and Values. N.p., 2013. Web. 06 July 2013. workcites Emirates Airline. The Emirates Goupe. N.P., 2013. Web. 8 July. 2013. www.theemairatesgroup.com Emarates Airline. Inflight Entertainment. N.P., 2013. Web. 8 july.2013. www.emirates.com Brands of the World.N.p.,N.d. Web.01March,2013


Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Mr Flanagan discuss launching an airline in Dubai. The airline is named Emirates

In 1985, deals are struck between the founders to


make their first route destinations: Karachi, New deli and Bombay On October 25th 1985, flight EK600 departs Dubai international and flies into Kerachi for the first time


Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Mr Flanagan discuss launching an airline in Dubai. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Mr Flanagan discuss the new airlines name, either to be named Air Dubai or Emirates

In 1985, deals are struck between the founders to make their first route destinations: Karachi, New deli and Bombay