Airbus A380 which previously was known for Airbus A3XX with two decks, great width, tetra-engine airliner assembled by the European Union producer Airbus. Furthermore, it is probably the world’s largest jet demanded and ever used. The first Airbus A380 was served on 27 April 2005 and originally introduced by Singapore Airlines on 25 October 2007. The A380’s top deck spread along the whole length of the main body, with a width equal to a wide-body aircraft. Though, it provides the A380-800’s cabin 550 square meters of available floor space, 40% above the next massive airliner, the Boeing 747-8, and accommodate reservations for 525 people in a standard three-class configuration or almost 853 persons in an all-economy class configuration.

The A380-800 has a composition range of 8,500 nautical miles (15,700 km), following as the second longest continuous pre-planned flight in the world, and a cruising speed of Mach 0.85 (about 900 km/h, 560 mph at cruising altitude). Currently, Emirates Airlines is the biggest customer of Airbus A380.

Nevertheless, there are 317 confirmed orders by 18 buyers for the passenger variant of the Airbus A380-800, of that 207 has occurred to be passed to 13 of those clients according to 31 January, 2017. There were basically including 27 orders for the freighter variant, the A380F, but when this program was “frozen” resulting rendering pauses, 20 A380F orders were removed and the persisting 7 were transformed to A380-800s.

The authentic report of Airbus A380 including its orders, deliveries, and backlog by the official source is below:



Airlines with the Most Airbus A380

Many airlines don’t use Airbus A380 because of their contracts and its unaffordable price. It is one of the most expensive airliner jet but a few of the airlines survive. Emirates, Singapore Airlines, and Qantas are the carriers with the most Airbus A380 airliner respectively. Many of the deliveries take place while others are under construction. Below is the chart of the top leading carriers of Airbus A380-800.

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