Lufthansa will bring back the Airbus A380 into service for the 2023 summer schedule, it announced on June 27. The news comes a week after CEO Carsten Spohr told reporters in Doha that a decision would be made before the end of July, in order to have sufficient time to...
For some time during the first phase of the pandemic, China Southern Airlines was the world’s only and as such most-active operator of the Airbus A380. But just as the airline is emerging from the Covid-crisis it has decided to gradually phase out the double-decker...
It was a rumor for some months, but Airbus has finally confirmed that it will use its A380 test aircraft MSN001 as a demonstrator for its ZEROe hydrogen program. The aircraft will be converted to get a General Electric Passport engine on the port side of the fuselage...
Emirates has parted down its first Airbus A380, registered A6-EDA. The work was actually done by Dubai-based Falcon Aircraft Recycling. We talked to CEO Angus Mackenzie about how it’s done and what’s happening with all that comes off such a huge...
Emirates stated today that it will receive three more A380 aircraft from Airbus this year with its last unit on order scheduled to join its fleet in November, bringing forward the original delivery timeline from June 2022. In January last year, Airbus decided to add...
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