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Ending 2016 on a positive note, Emirates denoted a consecutive year of growth underlined by fleet and network expansion, as well as customer focussed product investments.

Growth emerged from the scaling up of its fleet with the addition of 36 new aircraft via seven new passenger points and one cargo destination, rounding off the year with 154 destinations in its global network, whilst investing in a series of product developments and service enhancements, both in the air and on the ground.

Commenting on 2016, Tim Clark, president, Emirates Airline, said, "[…] Emirates will continue on our strategy of organic growth, leveraging on the geo-centricity of the UAE, and Dubai's dynamic developments in tourism and commerce.

We will also continue to invest in our product and services so as to offer our customers an outstanding experience and value proposition while they discover the world."