The Emirates Telegraph newspaper said that the emirates have the present and the future.
It is the largest operator of the Airbus A380, which operates 105 aircraft of this type and can benefit from the return of the fleet-powered aircraft and even made it the largest fleet, the world's largest fleet. For example, British Airways has a fleet of 276 aircraft, of which only 12 are from the Airbus A380.
Emirates also have the future, although others think otherwise, since the demand for this year's purchase of giant aircraft will cover the next decade, giving it a higher competitive advantage of owning more of these aircraft. The airplane has a life of about 30 years, so even if Emirates does not get new aircraft, its current aircraft will do the trick.
The Airbus A380 can carry 853 passengers if converted into economy class, while the Boeing 747-800 will be the world's largest Boeing aircraft, but can carry 700 passengers if it's one. Emirates has 130 Boeing 777-300s, currently the largest Boeing, and has asked for more.