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Qantas reveals its first upgraded A380 as aircraft operates London-Singapore-Sydney scheduled service after its Dresden makeover
Passengers waiting to board QF002 on Monday night in London were hit by a two hour departure delay. The Qantas flight from London to Sydney…..
Lufthansa boosts A380 operations out of Munich; aircraft to be equally split between Munich and Frankfurt hubs from Summer 2020
German national carrier Lufthansa will split its Airbus A380 equally between its two hubs from summer 2020 as it works to find the optimum routes…..
Emirates finds a new niche for the A380 on a route that is shorter than the internal wiring of the aircraft
Emirates Airline has this week introduced the Airbus A380 on two of its three daily flights between Dubai and Muscat, in Oman, making this the…..
QUESTION FOR THE WEEK: I spy with my little an eye an A380, but which airports across the world will see the most A380 movements this month?
In our new weekly series to break up those Monday morning office blues, The Blue Swan Daily will be testing your knowledge and insight into…..
Qantas launches ‘Points Plane’ – the start of a potential series of exclusive flights for frequent flyers
Loyalty remains a key part of any airlines’ corporate arsenal and frequent flyer programmes have evolved in order to meet the needs of regular travellers……
It’s the end of the line for the A380 Superjumbo as the original 747 Jumbojet ultimately outlives its planned successor
Airbus has announced that it will end production of the A380 in 2021 after it delivers its final production aircraft. Ironically that will mean that…..
Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has today (10-Jan-2019) opened reservations for the new First Class and ANA COUCHii travel options that will be introduced…..
ANA’s A380s will seat over 500 passengers, but they will not be the densest SuperJumbos in the skies
Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has revealed the configuration of its three Airbus A380s that will enter service on the Tokyo – Honolulu route…..
While sales have remained slow for the A380, Airbus still believes that customer interest is at a high and building upon its iflyA380.com specialist website…..