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- 1. Emirates to Receive 100th Airbus A380 Aircraft on 3 November 2017
Emirates, the world’s largest Airbus A380 operator, will receive its milestone 100th A380 aircraft on 3 November 2017. Over 80 million passengers have flown on the superjumbo in the nine years since it first joined Emirates’ fleet. Today, Emirates flies the A380 to over 45 destinations spanning Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.
- 2. Emirates Takes Delivery of 50th Airbus A380
Emirates has taken delivery of its 50th Airbus A380, the 136th A380 which has been delivered in total to all customers around the globe. Following delivery of their first A380 in July 2008, Emirates took delivery of its 25th A380 in October 2012. All Emirates’ A380s are powered by Engine Alliance GP7200 engines. The airline has 140 A380 on order.
- 3. Airbus Delivers Tenth A380 in 2010
Airbus Delivers Tenth A380 in 2010. Airbus delivered Singapore Airlines’ 11th A380 and Lufthansa’s second A380 on Friday 16th July, taking the A380 in-service fleet to 33 aircraft. These deliveries bring the year’s A380 deliveries by mid-July to 10 putting Airbus well on track to meet its full year’s target of at least 20.
- 4. Emirates to Double A380 Operations to Munich
Emirates’ Dubai – Munich route will become an all-A380 service from 30 March 2014, when the airline deploys its flagship Airbus A380 aircraft on its second daily flight. Emirates’ flights EK49/50 and EK51/52 are currently served by Airbus A380 and Boeing 777-300ER, respectively. The second A380 service will add almost 1,800 seats per week on the route.
- 5. Qantas to Increase A380 Services from Melbourne; Expand BA Codeshares
Qantas to Increase A380 Services from Melbourne; Expand BA Codeshares. Qantas is to launch daily Airbus A380 services between Melbourne and London and six A380 services per week between Melbourne and Los Angeles. At present, two return services between Melbourne and London via Singapore each week are operated by the Qantas A380.
- 6. Singapore Airlines to launch Airbus A380 Flights to London in March
Singapore Airlines to launch Airbus A380 Flights to London in March. Singapore Airlines has confirmed it will fly the world’s largest passenger aircraft - the Airbus A380 - on the Singapore-London route, from 18 March 2008, after the airline takes delivery of its third A380 by mid-March. The inaugural flight will be the first-ever A380 commercial service to Europe.
- 7. Emirates to launch First Commercial A380 Flights to America in August
Emirates to launch First Commercial A380 Flights to America in August. Air travellers will be able to experience Emirates Airline’s state-of-the-art Airbus A380 aircraft for the first time on 1st August, when the airline launches its first A380 commercial service from Dubai to New York JFK. The 14-hour flight will also be the first-ever commercial A380 service to the Americas.
- 8. Emirates takes delivery of First Airbus A380
Emirates takes delivery of First Airbus A380. Emirates Airline has taken delivery of its first Airbus A380. The aircraft is also the first customer A380 powered by Engine Alliance engines. Emirates’ first A380 commercial service is scheduled for 1 August and will operate between Dubai and New York, USA. Currently Emirates has 50 Airbus aircraft in its fleet.
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