Emirates Airlines Cargo Tracking

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If you experience problems using our system, please click on the link below to track directly on the Emirates Airlines website.  Also, check out the latest Emirates cargo alerts.

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About Emirates Airlines

About Emirates Airlines Cargo (EK)

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Emirates’ 197-strong fleet is one of the youngest in the skies. Emirates SkyCargo’s fleet includes ten freighters (one Boeing 747-400F, two 747-400ERF and seven 777Fs) that now serve 129 destinations in 75 countries on six continents.

In the 2010-11 financial year, Emirates SkyCargo carried 1.8 million tonnes of cargo, an improvement of 11.8 percent over the year’s previous 1.7 million tonnes. Cargo revenue, at AED 8.8 billion (US$ 2.4 billion), including mail and courier, contributed 17.4 percent of the airline’s total transport revenue.

In December 2012, Emirates SkyCargo took delivery of its seventh Boeing 777F. Scheduled freighters now operate to 39 freighter destinations.

Over the next few years, the airline will welcome 202 aircraft to its fleet, including six Boeing 777Fs and 67 Boeing 777-300ER.  The total value of aircraft now on its order books is US $74 billion.   Learn more >>

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