Does Emirates still fly A340?

Emirates operated 10 A340-500s and fully retired the type in 2016.

Is the A340 500 still in service?

While there are still some government and VIP A340-500s, there are no more scheduled A340-500 flights anywhere in the world. The type was last used by Azerbaijan Airlines on just one route earlier this year: from Baku to Moscow Domodedovo. The A340 variant has never been popular and has mainly had a niche role.

What airlines still have the A340?

In June 1987, Airbus launched both designs with their first orders and the A340-300 took its maiden flight on 25 October 1991….Airbus A340.

Status In service
Primary users Lufthansa Mahan Air South African Airways Swiss International Air Lines
Produced 1991–2011
Number built 380 (377 delivered to airlines)

When did Emirates retire their A340?

30 October 2016
On 29 and 30 October 2016, Emirates retired three aircraft types from its operating fleet, namely the Airbus A330-200, A340-300 and Boeing 777-200ER.

How many planes does Emirates have 2021?

As of December 2021, Emirates is the largest Airbus A380 operator with 121 aircraft in service, and with one aircraft having been retired….Emirates (airline)

Fleet size 255
Destinations 157
Parent company The Emirates Group
Headquarters Garhoud, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

What is the seating configuration of the Arik Air Airbus A340-500?

The Arik Air Airbus A340-500 features 237 seats in a 2 cabin configuration. Economy has 201 seats in a 2-4-2 config; Business class has 36 seats in a 2-2-2 config; this is pretty standard for these aircraft. Legroom-wise, the Economy pitch of 86cm is average, the Business class pitch of 0cm

Does airarik A340-500 work with FSX?

Airbus A340-500 Model with diffuse, bump spec and nightmap in AirArik livery. Comes with working virtual cockpit and repainted FSX default 4-engine gauges. Works with SP1 and SP2. Not tested with DX10. By Thomas Ruth. 1) unzip folder to a suitable folder, your desktop for example.

How many A340s does Emirates have?

Between late 2003 and late 2016, Emirates flew eight leased A340-300s and ten A340-500s. In October 2003, when the first A340-500 touched down in Dubai, Emirates became the first airline to operate the ultra-long-range aircraft.

What happened to the Airbus A340-500s?

Between November 2014 and March 2015, the four A340-500s that arrived in 2003 were withdrawn from Emirates’ service. They went to Toulouse to become the property of Airbus Financial Services. Three of the four have remained there ever since. One of Emirates Airbus A340-500s.