A380

Sunbathing Tortoise causes Runway Closure in Narita Airport

On the 24th of September, 5 flights operating in Narita International Airport were delayed due to an unexpected guest taking…

2 months ago

Record Loss for Qatar Airways

Triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, national lockdowns, travel restrictions and economic hardship, the demand for long haul air travel almost…

2 months ago

Record Loss for Qatar Airways

Triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, national lockdowns, travel restrictions and economic hardship, the demand for long haul air travel almost…

2 months ago

Emirates Bets on Flydubai for its Post-Pandemic Recovery

Emirates is ready to make its world's largest A380 fleet take to the skies again. Furthermore, the Dubai-based airline plans…

6 months ago

16 years since the first A380 flight

16 years ago, on April 27, 2005, the first Airbus A380 took to the sky. The aircraft completed its first…

7 months ago

Emirates looks at permanently converting passenger jets into freighters

Emirate’s CEO, Tim Clark, has announced that the airline is “looking very seriously” at the possibility of converting some of…

8 months ago

Qantas Plans To Reactivate Entire Airbus A380 Fleet

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has said that the Australian flag carrier expects all of its Airbus A380s to return to…

8 months ago

Why the Airbus A380 was not a success

A short 14 years from its first commercial flight, the Airbus A380 has already been retired by several airlines and…

9 months ago

Qatar Airways’ A380 Not Viable

Unlike a few other airlines who are retiring their A380 fleet, Qatar Airways has not announced any plans to retire…

1 year ago

Emirates President, Tim Clark, denies Emirates A380 plans

Earlier this week we reported speculation from Emirates insiders about the potential plan to decommission 40% of Emirates Airbus A380…

2 years ago