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BA links Amman-Washington with superjumbo

British Airways has announced the launch of its first non-stop A380 service from Jordanian capital Amman to the US capital Washington DC via Heathrow airport in London. The airline is initially operating five A380 services a week

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Qantas cancels five Dubai-London superjumbo flights

Australia's Qantas airline has cancelled five return A380 superjumbo flights between its new overseas hub in Dubai and London because of weak seasonal demand. The cancelled flights are over the next two months, said a Sydney M

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India A380s move may benefit Emirates

India will allow Airbus A380 planes to land at the country's four main airports, the civil aviation ministry said on Monday. The move is expected to benefit Dubai-based Emirates airline among others. The four airports equipped

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BA gets first Airbus A380 in fleet upgrade

British Airways welcomed its first Airbus A380 jet, the world's biggest commercial aircraft, on Thursday, part of a $15 billion upgrade to top-of-the-range planes that it hopes will give it a boost in the lucrative market for long-haul bus

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Dubai bets on superjumbo air travel boom

  With the opening of a huge new airport terminal in Dubai this week, the wealthy emirate's economic future became more closely intertwined with the world's biggest passenger jet.   Emirates

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Etihad drops more A350s in setback to Airbus

Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the UAE, has cancelled seven A350-1000 aircraft worth $2.3 billion from its order with Airbus, dealing a fresh setback to the European planemaker’s largest twin-engined jet development. The Abu Dhabi

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Engine Alliance in preliminary Qatar A380 deal

Engine Alliance, a team of top US engine makers, said on Thursday it had won a preliminary order to power 10 Airbus A380 superjumbos due to be delivered to Qatar Airways. The 50/50 joint venture between General Electric and Pratt & Whi

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Airbus says A380 safe; union voices concern

Airbus insisted its A380 superjumbo is safe to fly after another set of cracks was discovered in the wings of the world's largest jetliner, though an engineering union said it was downplaying the issue and some Asian airlines said they would devel

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Emirates sees more orders at Dubai airshow

Emirates, Dubai's fast-growing state airline, will likely place more orders at the Dubai airshow in November, its chairman said on Tuesday. The carrier, the biggest customer for the Airbus  A380 superjumbo with 90 orders, has prev

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Qantas blames Rolls-Royce for A380 snags

Qantas Airways chief executive Alan Joyce has said an engine failure on an A380 superjumbo should be blamed on the engine's design and had nothing to do with the airline's operations. A mid-flight failure of a Rolls-Royce Trent 900

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