THE world’s largest passenger jumbo jet – the Airbus A380 – has landed in Sydney after its first commercial flight from Singapore.

The massive aircraft touched down at Sydney Airport at 5.24pm (AEST) yesterday after leaving Singapore at 10.16am (Sky News).


  1. Because most of the 747 are powered by GE or RR engines (that's with BA at least), whilst the PW 4062s are on freighters and other operators. The PW engines are suprisingly quiet, and it would make more sense if more could use them.
    Either way, you're right.

  2. I don't think it'll be as frequent. It carries way more passengers than a 747-400 so there won't be a need for as many flights, mate.

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