The last double-decker aircraft developed by Airbus has joined the fleet of Emirates

Emirates Airlines receives last-built Airbus A380, the 123rd aircraft to complete its super jumbo fleet

Dubai (Urdupoint News Latest. December 17, 2021) Emirates, the leading airline of the United Arab Emirates, has received the last Airbus A380 Super Jumbo, with which the last double decker aircraft manufactured by Airbus has joined the fleet of Emirates. According to Emirati media, the Emirates airline received the last manufactured Airbus A380 on Thursday, the 123rd aircraft to complete its super jumbo fleet, the delivery covering a historic race for the wide body A380, the 21st century. Is the first new aircraft to be delivered to 14 customers, including Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways, 249 of the double decker, Emirates operates almost half of the A380s in its service worldwide.
Tim Clarke, President of Emirates Airlines, said in a statement that the A380 is indeed a very special aircraft for the Emirates in many ways, it gave us the opportunity to redefine the travel experience, effective at Slot’s limited airports. The way the A380 meets the demand and strengthens the growth of our network, will remain a key pillar of the A380 Emirates flagship product and our network plans for years to come. Features products including premium economy, compare it to our existing A380 and you will see that the experience of Emirates A380 is unparalleled, investments have been made to increase the number and upgrades to make sure. ۔
The status of the A380 was reported not to be significant for the CoVID-19 epidemic, which severely damaged the aviation industry and forced many A380 operators to ground aircraft or remove them altogether from their operations. Germany’s Lufthansa retired 6 super jumbo jets in 2019, ending all A380 operations in September due to epidemics.
According to the report, the launch customer of Singapore Airlines A380 grounded its 17 A380s during Corona and announced plans to reduce its fleet to 12 in November 2020, while last month a Qantas A380 crashed into about 600 deserts in California. Returning to Australia after a day at a time when production of the A380 is also coming to an end, Airbus said on its website that as production ceases, the A380 will continue to fly for decades to come and our company A380 operators and their Is continuing its full support of the fleet and will continue to operate the aircraft.
The A380 is known to be the largest civil aircraft in history that sets new standards in aviation, its spacious cabin allows for wide seats, up to 48 cm in economy class and a capacity of 545 passengers. While it can carry a maximum of 853 people, its Cabin Airlines has 232 more seats or 75% more than Boeing’s 747-400 and 199 more seats or 60% more than the 747-8 Four Class. Layout enables to be kept in configuration, in February 2019 Airbus announced that it would end production of the A380, Emirates currently agreed to acquire 14 more Super Jumboz from 2019 to the end of 2021 and 70 smaller ones. Ordered A330 and A350 jets.
“The A380 has touched the lives of many passengers by setting new standards for flight and travel experience, and I am sure it will continue to do so for decades to come with the Emirates,” said Airbus Chief Executive Guillaume Fourier. Will, which constantly introduces new services and products, let travelers around the world experience the unique features of their A380s.

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