Emirates is scheduled to fly as many as 128 daily departures with the A380 in 2022 while other airlines rush to ramp up A380 flights again.
Emirates will take home the last new production Airbus A380 in December after less than two decades of deliveries to airlines.
Etihad offers one of the most exclusive products in the skies onboard its A380s, including private apartments that can sell for $20,000 per flight.
Emirates has evolved to become an airline synonymous with the wealth and luxury of Dubai, and I found some of those luxuries even in economy class.
Wealthy travelers pay "the price of a small car" to fly in Emirates' first class cabin, and awaiting them on the Airbus A380 are two private shower spas.
The products are planned to go on sale in the coming months and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Emirates Airline Foundation, the airline's charity.
The Airbus A380 was falling out of favor with some airlines when the pandemic hit. But others are eager to bring it back into flying service.
Singapore Airlines is set to operate the shortest Airbus A380 flight in service on a mere 60-minute hop between Singapore and Malaysia.
Emirates is bringing back all the luxuries and extravagances for which the airline is known, including the ability to take a shower at 35,000 feet.
The Airbus A380 superjumbo was supposed to be a game-changing icon, but its end will come in November when the final jet is delivered to Emirates.
One of the world's most luxurious airlines is continuing to shed its largest aircraft in favor of newer but smaller planes that are cheaper to fly.
A ticket for "The Residence" often exceeded $20,000 but came with a three-room A380 suite, secret airport lounges, an onboard shower, and a butler.
Emirates is giving its new Airbus A380s an interior upgrade with each cabin receiving an enhancement. Economy class will receive “ergonomically designed” seats with leather headrests and tray tables with wood finishes. Premium economy will also make its first debut at the airline with 56 recliner seats in an elegant […]
Singapore Airlines is converting one of its Airbus A380 aircraft into a restaurant, catering to travel-hungry residents of the island nation. The Discover Your Singapore Airlines program aims to create unique aviation experiences while the population is largely grounded. The airline has severely cut its international flying schedule due to […]
The Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 are quickly being phased out by some airlines as the coronavirus pandemic has eliminated the dwindling demand for the four-engine planes. Boeing is ending the 747 production line in 2022 while Airbus just delivered its last A380 fuselage to the assembly line in France […]
Emirates, the glitzy Persian Gulf airline, plans to operate passenger flights using Airbus A380s for the first time since the pandemic led the airline to ground the fleet. The airline expects to replace the ageing A380 fleet with Boeing 777X aircraft, the first of which is due to be delivered […]
Portuguese charter airline Hi Fly will be retiring its largest aircraft, the Airbus A380, after nearly three years of service. Hi Fly operates the only secondhand A380 which it uses for recovery, repatriation, and medical supply flights under its wet-lease and charter purview. The passenger cabin of the massive Airbus […]