A team of female Dubai police officers came together to break the Guinness World Records title for the Heaviest aircraft pulled over 100 m by a team (female).

A Boeing 777-300ER weighing 168.801 tonnes (168,801 kg/372,142 lb) was pulled by 77 women on 22 November as part of the annual Dubai Fitness Challenge in the United Arab Emirates city.

The event at Dubai International Airport was attended by an official Guinness World Records adjudicator who verified the record on the spot and presented the certificate to Major-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Merri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police.

Commenting on the achievement, Major-General Al Merri praised "the efforts of the team of the initiative, with the participation of Emirates as a strategic partner".


Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Ports Affairs, Major General Ahmed Mohammed Bin Thani, said the officers’ achievement was a source of pride for the Dubai Police General Command.


This is not the first record achieved by Dubai Police. 

Last year they managed to set the Heaviest aircraft pulled over 100 m by a team (male), as well as also opening the First unmanned smart police station