Where do the A380s fly?
You can clearly see that the A380 are focused on major airport hubs in Europe, Asia and North America. You may also notice the large concentration of flights from and to Dubai in the middle east with Emirates. Emirates owns about half of the world’s A380 fleet.
How many Airbus A380s does Air France have?
Air France has 10 Airbus A380s. Photo: Air France Air France has a fleet of ten Airbus A380 aircraft based at Paris’s Charles De Gaulle Airport, flying to 11 destinations. From the Paris hub, flights connect to Abidjan, Atlanta, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, and Washington.
How many Airbus A380s does Asiana Airlines have?
Asiana Airlines operates a fleet of six Airbus A380s. Based out of Seoul, the airline flies these aircraft to seven destinations. The routes from Seoul are Bangkok, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, New York, Sydney, and, slightly closer to home, Tokyo.
Will the Airbus A380 network shrink in the future?
Unfortunately, with some airlines already looking to retire the aircraft, and no new orders being accepted, the network is likely to shrink in the not too distant future. Have you flown on the Airbus A380?
Which airlines fly A380s from Seoul?
The routes from Seoul are Bangkok, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, New York, Sydney, and, slightly closer to home, Tokyo. Asiana’s A380 routes. Image: GCMaps 4. British Airways BA’s A380s are based in London. Photo: Tom Boon – Simple Flying British Airways has a fleet of 12 Airbus A380 aircraft.
What is the name of the Etihad A380 that flies to Melbourne?
4824 Etihad A380 First Apartment – Flight EY 460 Abu Dhabi-AUH to Melbourne-… 10152 Photo Gallery: Charleston, SC Snowmageddon / Snowpocalypse 2018
What is Hihi fly’s Airbus A380 like?
Hi Fly’s sole Airbus A380 is intriguing, being that it is the only wet-lease A380 in the world. The aircraft used to work for Singapore Airlines, however, it now flies all over the world offering wet-lease and charter availability.