July 2, 2022
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Airbus Airlines Op-Ed

Op-Ed: The A380 Is back – But for How Long?

As demand for air travel rises, airlines announcing plans to reactivate their decommissioned Airbus A380 fleets have surprised observers.

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Airlines

Another A380 back to the Skies with Korean Air

One after the other, airlines that operated the A380 had no option but to bring the giant back given the demand.

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Airlines Industry

Lufthansa to Fly the A380 Again in Summer 2023

Lufthansa (LH) revealed its final decision on the future of the Airbus A380 fleet. LH’s Superjumbos will be reactivated starting in summer 2023.

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Airlines Airshows

The Last Emirates Airbus A380 – The Full Tour (+Photos)

The world’s largest international airline, Emirates (EK) brought its last ever Airbus A380 to ILA 2022 in Berlin.

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History

6/08/1988: ANA Paints Eyeballs on Jets to Cut Bird Strikes

Did you know that painting eyeballs on aircraft can cut bird collisions by 20%?

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Airlines

British Airways to Bring back All Its A380s

Find out why British Airways (BA) is bringing back all its Airbus A380s in full swing.

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Airlines Industry

ANA to Resume Airbus A380 Operations

ANA (NH) will resume operations with its Airbus A380s on its flagship Tokyo, Honolulu route.

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Today in Aviation

Today in Aviation: The Prototype Airbus A380 Is Unveiled

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, the prototype Airbus A380 Superjumbo was unveiled to the world at an elaborate ceremony in Toulouse, France in 2005. The appropriately registered F-WWOW was hidden behind a large curtain as the event got underway. Dancers put on a show, as images of Airbus’ catalog of airliners were projected across the […]

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Today in Aviation

Today in Aviation: Airbus Delivers First A380 to Singapore Airlines

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, Airbus delivered the first Airbus A380 (9V-SKA) to launch customer Singapore Airlines (SQ) in 2007. The airline’s then CEO Chew Choon Seng described the new aircraft as “the new queen of the skies.” However, Mr. Seng had previously slated the European manufacturer for the severe delays in the aircraft’s delivery. […]

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Airbus Industry

Airbus CEO Moots Factory-Fresh Freighter

TOULOUSE – While COVID-19 may have severely damaged the passenger air transport sector, the cargo market has gone from strength to strength and Airbus wants a piece of the pie.  Rumours have circulated for some time that the European manufacturer intends to build a freight version of its A350 model. Sales executives have even approached […]

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