Video contains a collection of airlines that fly the largest carrier in the skies, the Airbus A380.

Thai Air (Thailand)
Virgin Atlantic (UK)
King Fisher (India)
British Airways
Qantas (Australia)
Air India
Qatar Airways
Saudi Arabian Airlines
Lufthansa (Germany)
Jet Airways (India)
Air France
Etihad (United Arab Emirates)
Korean Air
Air Malaysia
Emirates
Singapore Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Jazeera (Kuwait)

43 COMMENTS

  1. VIRGIN ATLANTIC HAVE A ORDER ON AIRBUS ONE A380 AND AIRBUS DELIVER THE A380 ON 2016 SEARCH IN WIKIPEDIA A380 COSTUMERS

  2. I noticed there weren't any American Airlines…
    I ride United airlines I found out why they don't want the a380


    As Airbus continues its search for new A380 customers, one carrier that won't be joining the select club of superjumbo owners is United Airlines.

    In an interview with Flightglobal's Edward Russell, United Airlines CFO John Rainey said the mammoth Airbus jet "doesn't work" for the airline's network.

    Instead of the A380, United has concentrated its resources on cheaper and smaller wide-body jets, such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A350XWB.

    According to Rainey, the A380's higher trip costs make the plane less competitive against smaller rivals such as the Dreamliner.

    This is despite the fact that the superjumbo returns similar per-seat costs as the smaller jets.

    The A380 may offer great value to those who are looking to move huge numbers of people to and from their global hubs — carriers such as Emirates, Singapore, and Etihad.

    But for United, the preference is to offer as many flights as possible throughout the day.

    Instead of "one flight a day and fill up an A380, we’d rather serve [a market] with a couple widebodies if the demand was there, because business passengers certainly like that,” Rainey told Flightglobal.

    According to Rainey, high frequency is the name of the game for important moneymaking routes, such as New York to London.

    United's long-haul fleet is one the world's largest operators of the Boeing 777 and will depend on the Boeing Dreamliner and the Airbus XWB for the bulk of its future operations.

    Link: http://www.businessinsider.com/united-airlines-cfo-airbus-a380-superjumbo-doesnt-work-for-us-2015-6

  3. LIAR THE QATAR AIRWAYS ONE IS NOT REAL LOOK NOW (2014) THE RAL A380 CAME OUT AND THE FIRST CLASS IS NOT THE SAME AS THE REAL A380 BIG FAT BUMBUM LIAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Dude, Saudi Arabian, Air India, Jet Airways, Kingfisher, Virgin Atlantic, Jazeera have no A380 airplanes in their fleet and there is no intention to buy! Skymark was not in your list but they cancelled their 6 ordered A380's…

  5. Actually, the first picture shown in Korean Air is not the seat used in A380. Those seats are Korean Air First class seats used in B747-400

  6. Qatar has no a380 they ordered boeing dreamliner instead… N correction to Malaysia Airlines please… There is no such Air Malaysia or Malaysia Air ….

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