Tag: A380

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Emirates Brings Back Up to 100 Pilots a Month

Reading Time: < 1 minute Emirates is currently bringing back pilots put on leave at the pace of 70-100 pilots a month as it sees an upward trend on many of its international routes. Ina n interview with media, Adel Ahmed Al Redha, Chief Operating Officer at Emirates, said the passenger load factor increased to about 70% in recent months […]

Singapore Air’s A380 Restaurant Bookings Sold Out in 30 Minutes

Reading Time: 2 minutes National carrier Singapore Airlines (SIA) introduced in September a dining experience on the grounded Airbus A380 sold out within half an hour of being released. Aviation enthusiasts who missed out on this pre-booking option to be delighted by the news that the airline has now added more dates to its exclusive dining experience. SIA’s double-decker […]

Emirates Airbus A380 Back in the Sky with Daily Services

Reading Time: < 1 minute While fleet grounding news comes hard, each ungrounding case adds extra positive sparkles. Finally, after almost three months, Emirates put back into service its iconic Airbus A380 jets. Following the ”inaugural” flight to London Heathrow, the carrier said it will deploy world’s biggest passenger aircraft on the daily Amsterdam service, and add a second daily […]

Iconic Emirates Airbus A380 Returns to the Sky after Grounding

Reading Time: < 1 minute For many aviation-related people Emirates usually associates with the Airbus A380 aircraft. And not without a reason. The Dubai-based carrier has the biggest fleet of world’s largest passenger jets. Due to the sharp decline in demand because of the pandemic, Emirates grounded its A380 fleet in March. Now, the flagship aircraft on scheduled services to […]

Emirates to Review Orders for Airbus A380: Final Blow Near?

Reading Time: < 1 minute There is a high possibility that the end of Airbus A380 era is closer than expected. Together with the news about Air France’s immediate retirement of the type, some doubts from the biggest customer have emerged as well. Currently, Emirates has a fleet of 115 double-deckers and hold eight remaining A80s on order. According to […]

Lufthansa Technic to Modify First Airbus A380 for Cargo Services

Reading Time: 2 minutes In light of a sudden surge for additional cargo capacity, more and more operators are modifying cabins of their passenger aircraft to cargo. Currently, Lufthansa Technic revealed working on the first Airbus A380 to make it ready for carrying freight. The German technical aircraft services provider said that it has received inquiries from more than […]

Qantas A380 on Historic Flight: Directly from Australia to London

Reading Time: < 1 minute Although at these times positive news, especially in the aviation industry, are rare, historic flights are still taking place! Qantas will operate Airbus A380 passenger flight directly connecting Australia with. On the whole, Sydney-London connection is nothing new, as Qantas has it in the schedule on the regular basis. However, there is one important note. […]

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Air France Grounds Airbus A380s and KLM Boeing 747s

Reading Time: < 1 minute Adapting to the quickly changing situation on the air travel market due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, Air France-KLM Group has announced implementing major flight reductions, FlightGlobal reports. Home countries of both KLM and Air France have not imposed border controls and air traffic is still allowed to and out of both the Netherlands […]

Lufthansa Considers Temporary Grounding of Airbus A380 Fleet

Reading Time: < 1 minute The novel coronavirus has developed into a severe migraine headache that numerous airlines worldwide are suffering from. For example, Lufthansa Group plans to reduce its capacity by up to 50% in the coming weeks. The decision to cut the capacity by up to 50% (concerning all passenger airlines in the Lufthansa Group) came in light […]

Final Airbus A380 Wing Completed: Last Steps Towards the End

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Airbus A380 story welcomes another ‘last’. Recently, the final set of wings has been produced at Airbus’ Broughton facility in Flintshire, Wales, and shipped to the aircraft manufacturer’s site in Toulouse, France, for final assembly. World’s most distinctive commercial aircraft is manufactured across several European countries. The wings, meanwhile, were built at two Airbus […]