Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight

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Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight
IATA ICAO Callsign
MO AUH SULTAN
Operating bases Abu Dhabi International Airport
Fleet size 7
Headquarters Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight is the organization responsible for air transport of the government of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Fleet[edit]

Airbus A300-600R of the Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight at Perth Airport, Australia in 1990s.

The Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of March 19, 2017):[1]

Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight Current Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Notes
Airbus A320-200
1
-
Boeing 737-800BBJ
1
-
Boeing 747-8BBJ
1
-
Transferred to the Government of Morocco.[2]
Boeing 777-200ER
1
-
Boeing 777-300ER
1
-
Boeing 787-8
1
-
Boeing 787-9
1
-
Total 7 -

Previously, the airline operated Airbus A300-600 and A340-300 aircraft, as well as Boeing 747-400 and 747SP, Boeing 767-300 and Boeing 737-700 aircraft.[3]

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