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|Two Singapore Airlines´s A380 at Singapore Changi International Airport(SIN/WSSI)||08/26/2010||483|
|Timeslider: February 4, 2009|
One of the growing Airbus A380 fleet from Singapore Airlines standing on the apron of Sydney airport.
On 25 October 2007, the first commercial A380 service, flight number SQ 380, flew 455 passengers from Singapore to Sydney, touching down in Sydney Airport at 3:24 pm local time, where it received significant attention from the media. Th...
|Timeslider: July 13, 2009|
One of the Airbus A380 fleet from Emirates Airlines standing at a gate of Dubai airport.
On 1 August 2008 Emirates flew its first A380-800 flight, with 489 passengers, from Dubai to New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport. The airline now uses their Airbus A380-800 on flights to Bangkok, Sydney, Toronto, Auckland, and London ...
|Timeslider: February 4, 2009|
One of the Airbus A380 fleet from Emirates Airlines standing at a gate of Sydney airport.
On 1 August 2008 Emirates flew its first A380-800 flight, with 489 passengers, from Dubai to New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport. The airline now uses their Airbus A380-800 on flights to Bangkok, Sydney, Toronto, Auckland, and Lon...
|One of the few now flying A380s from Singapore Airlines at the terminal.||04/22/2009||2,053|
|Emirates announced an order in April 2000 as the first launch customer for the Airbus A3XX (later named Airbus A380), the largest civil aircraft ever built. The deal comprised five Airbus A380-800s and two Airbus A380-800F. The deal was confirmed on 4 November 2001 and Emirates announced orders for 15 more A380-800s at the same time. Two years later Emirates once again ordered 21 A380-800s. In ...||12/17/2009||850|
|Timeslider: August 22, 2007|
This A380 with serial 007 and registration F-WWJB during some test days here at Dubai.
|At first view this looks like a comprehensive Air Museum, but it is the static display of the biennial Singapore Air Show of February 2008(image dated 25 September 2008). The Airbus 380 had to be towed from the international airport along a 6 lane highway that can double as a runway.|
|Type: Airbus A380-842|
Operator: Qantas Airways Limited
In 2008 the first Qantas Airbus A380 was handed over by Airbus at a ceremony on 19 September. During this ceremony, Qantas announced that it was considering ordering four more A380s. The aircraft arrived on Australian soil on the morning of 21 September, when it touched do...
Malaysia Airlines (Abbreviated: MAS, Malay: Penerbangan Malaysia) is the national airline of Malaysia, operating scheduled services to over 100 destinations worldwide. It also operates domestic network and charter services. Its main base is Kuala Lumpur International Airport, while Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Penang Interna...
|Major structural sections of the A380 are built in France, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Due to their size, they are brought to the assembly hall (the Jean-Luc Lagardère Plant) in Toulouse in France by surface transportation, though some parts are moved by the A300-600ST Beluga aircraft used in the construction of other Airbus models. Components of the A380 are provided by suppliers f...||06/03/2010||814|
|At King Abdulaziz International Airport taxiing towards take off at L34.||09/22/2014||217|