Emirates: 40 aircraft advertise the Expo exhibition

Airbus A380 (Photo: Munich Airport).
Airbus A380 (Photo: Munich Airport).

Emirates: 40 aircraft advertise the Expo exhibition

Airbus A380 (Photo: Munich Airport).
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A total of 40 aircraft in the Emirates fleet are currently wearing a special sticker on the occasion of the world exhibition Expo, which is taking place in Dubai. The carrier will use these more intensively in Germany over the next few weeks.

Boeing 777ERs to advertise the Expo landed in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Hamburg on Friday afternoon. An Airbus A380 was deployed to Munich. In Germany, the golf carrier currently drives to the four airports mentioned above.

Emirates has provided 40 aircraft (20 A380s and 20 777-300ERs) with the paintwork or stickers specially designed for Expo 2020 Dubai in the colors of the sub-themes of the world exhibition - Sustainability (green), Opportunity (orange) and Mobility (blue). The first livery was presented on a Boeing 2017-777ER in 300. Since then, Emirates' Expo mini fleet has been deployed to various destinations across the airline's route network, carrying the world's fair messages around the world.

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