Sumary of Airbus A380: Where to fly in a superjumbo as aviation returns:
- Production on this much-loved aircraft was due to continue for another couple years, and plenty of airlines had active A380s in their fleet.
- But fast forward a year, and the A380’s hefty size and steep operational costs had no place in the pandemic’s minimal, cost-efficient international flight schedules.
- But while the A380s days are undoubtedly numbered, some airlines have announced plans to get the aircraft back in the air.
- Singapore Airlines will be reinstating the A380 on November 2021 flights to London, the same month British Airways will be flying superjumbos from the UK to Europe.
- If you’re still hoping to experience the A380’s memorably spacious interior and quiet inflight experience before the plane’s a thing of the past, here’s our round-up of airline A380 routes to check out.
- Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines has 12 A380s in its fleet.