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Old May 24th, 2011, 07:07 PM   #2861
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Korean Air Puts Shoppers in the Sky on Its First A380 Jumbo Jet
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Korean Air Lines Co. took delivery of its first Airbus A380 superjumbo that comes with a built-in duty-free shop for premium travelers as the carrier seeks to trump luxury perks by rivals including Singapore Airlines Ltd. (SIA)

The airline’s first of 10 double-decker models, handed over by the Toulouse-based planemaker today, is fitted with 407 seats, including 12 first-class suites, 94 business-class seats and 301 in coach, the airline said. The plane is Airbus’s eighth A380 delivered this year out of about planned 24 for all of 2011. Airbus has delivered 49 A380s in total so far.

The Korean flag carrier, the sixth airline to offer service on the world’s biggest passenger aircraft, will tout the lowest number of seats on a superjumbo after dedicating the plane’s entire top deck to business class in a bid to win corporate clients. The Seoul-based airline is scheduled to receive nine more A380s by 2014, as it seeks to get half of passenger sales from premium-classes by 2019.

“The A380 will help put Korean Air on a par with carriers like Singapore Air as it targets more premium passengers,” said Jee Heon Seok, an analyst at NH Investment & Securities Co. in Seoul. “The carrier has improved its services a great deal.”
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Airlines have been reticent to pick up on Airbus’s original marketing ideas for the A380, which featured bars or duty-free boutiques. While Singapore offers enclosed first-class cabins and Emirates provides showers, airlines have been generally conservative about adding attractions that might reduce seat availability. Customization has also hampered production of the jet, and Airbus is years from making a profit on the A380.

Korean scrapped 13 seats to make room for the duty-free area. The A380 will be used initially for operations to Tokyo’s Narita airport and Hong Kong, from June. The airline plans to add Bangkok in July, New York in August and Los Angeles in October, as additional A380s are handed over.

The aircraft will arrive in Korea on June 2 after completing final flight and ground tests in Toulouse in southern France, and will perform its inaugural flight in mid June.
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Qantas is planning to fly Buenos Aires with A380. When will there be some ready to launch?
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Old May 24th, 2011, 07:57 PM   #2863
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Korean Air has taken delivery of its first Airbus A380 at a ceremony at the Airbus final-assembly plant at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport.

The ceremony was attended by Korean Air Chairman and CEO Yang Ho Cho and hosted by Airbus President and CEO Tom Enders. Louis Gallois, the CEO of Airbus’ parent company EADS, was also present at the event.

Korean Air is the sixth airline to take delivery of an Airbus A380 and has ordered a total of 10 aircraft. It will initially operate the A380 from its Seoul hub to selected destinations in Asia, followed by non-stop flights to North America and Europe.

On May 24, 2011 Korean Air took delivery of the first of 10 Airbus A380s on order. It is configuring its aircraft to seat just 407 passengers and the entire upper deck of each Korean Air A380 is being outfitted as a business-class cabin

According to Airbus, Korean Air has specified an extra-spacious cabin layout for its A380 fleet, with accommodation for just 407 passengers in three classes. Korean Air will be the first Airbus A380 customer to dedicate the entire upper deck of the aircraft to business-class passengers, the upper decks of the airline’s A380s featuring 94 lie-flat Prestige Class seats.

Special features on board the aircraft include what Airbus claims is the world’s first ever duty-free showcase area (with a dedicated cabin crew member on hand to assist and advise passengers with their shopping) and an onboard bar and lounge on the upper deck for premium-class passengers.

“Korean Air was the first airline to purchase an Airbus aircraft outside Europe and they have now become an essential part of our fleet,” Yang Ho Cho said at the delivery ceremony. “The exceptional, fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly A380 that is being delivered today is perfect to assist Korean Air in advancing our goal of becoming a respected, leading global carrier.”

The A380′s quieter cabin and smooth ride have made the aircraft a favorite with passengers, resulting in higher than average load factors and increased profitability on A380 flights. This has provided airlines with a competitive advantage wherever they operate the type.

Typically seating 525 passengers in a three-class layout, the A380 is capable of flying 8,300 nautical miles (15,300 kilometers). This enables non-stop service with a full payload from Seoul to any destination in Europe, and as far afield as the East Coast of the United States.

Korean Air is the third airline to operate the Airbus A380 with Engine Alliance GP7200 engines and is the first Asian carrier to operate the engine type

Korean Air has chosen the Engine Alliance GP7200 engine to power its Airbus A380s and will be the first Asian carrier to operate the GP7200.

To date the GP7200 engine has been selected to power 56 per cent of all A380s ordered and for which engine selection has been made. This is largely as a result of Emirates having chosen the GP7200 for its A380 fleet, since the Dubai-based airline is by far the biggest customer for the Airbus super-jumbo, having ordered a total of 90 A380s.

There are 20 GP7200-powered A380s in service and 104 more on order. In addition to Emirates and Korean Air, Air France also operates GP7200-powered A380s. Etihad Airways and Air Austral have also chosen GP7200 engines for their A380 fleets.

The Engine Alliance is a 50/50 joint venture of General Electric and Pratt & Whitney. The GP7200 is the result of innovations to the combined technologies of GE’s and P&W’s respective GE90 and PW4000 widebody engines. The GP7200 is certified at 76,500 pounds (340 kN) of thrust and has the capability to produce more than 81,500 pounds (363 kN). Its emissions are well below current and anticipated regulations.

GP7200 engine-program participants include SNECMA (France), Techspace Aero (Belgium) and MTU Aero Engines (Germany).
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Old May 25th, 2011, 04:59 PM   #2864
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By Evan Ramstad

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Korean Air’s first Airbus 380 takes off during a recent test flight in Toulouse, France.

A big day for Korean Air as the company took delivery of its biggest plane ever, an Airbus 380.

The nation’s flagship carrier has ordered 10 A380s, the double-decker jumbo jet that can be configured to carry as many as 800 people.

But Korean Air is taking a gamble by outfitting the plane with the fewest seats of any Airbus customer to date. Korean Air’s A380s will have just 407 seats.

The lower deck will have 12 first class “suites” and 301 economy seats. The upper deck will have 94 business class seats. Airbus said Korean is the first airline to devote one full deck of a 380 to a single class.

Our colleague at Dow Jones Newswires in France, David Pearson, reports that Asian airlines usually opt for a layout of less than 500 seats while European airlines use around 525 to 550 seats. Singapore Airlines, the first airline in the world to get an A380, is cutting its seating capacity to 409 from 471 with deliveries it gets next year.

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Cho Yang-ho, chairman of Korean Air, sits in the cockpit of the company’s first A380 during after a delivery ceremony Wednesday at Airbus’ production site in Toulouse, France.

Korean Air is the sixth airline to take delivery of an A380 from Airbus, the commercial aviation division of European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. NV.

Korean Air is the first A380 customer to devote a section of the plane as a kind of shopping area for duty-free items. It will also have an onboard bar and lounge.

The plane will arrive in South Korea next Thursday, June 2, and go into service in mid-June on routes within Asia.

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Old May 25th, 2011, 06:17 PM   #2865
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Old May 25th, 2011, 07:38 PM   #2866
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Old May 26th, 2011, 12:48 AM   #2867
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Super cattle-class: A380 jets to fit 1000 people

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Air travel may become even more cramped with new version of the A380. Picture: supplied Source: Getty Images
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IT'S the cattle-class of epic proportions: planes that can hold as many as 1000 passengers may soon be a reality.

According to a report by Australian Business Traveller, Airbus is set to release an expanded version of the world’s largest passenger jet, the A380.

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While most airlines are currently using versions of the jet that can carry between 400 and 540 passengers, the capacity of the next-generation A380 planes will reportedly be much higher.

In fact, the current planes will seem spacious when compared to future jets.

Air Austral has ordered a pair of A380s packed with 840 economy seats that are set to take to the skies in 2014.

Meanwhile the A380-900 currently being developed by Airbus will carry up to 900 passengers in an economy-only configuration, and 650 people in a standard multi-class layout.

However Lufthansa and Air France are reportedly keen to squeeze even more passengers on board. The airlines are eyeing a larger version called the A380-1000 that is capable of carrying as many as 1000 travellers.

Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson has previously told of his preference for the 900-seat version of the A380, saying he’ll wait for the stretched version to be developed.

“Ideally, we'd like Airbus to stretch them because for the A380 to be really competitive it needs to be even bigger than it currently is,'' Branson said.

“We'd be willing to wait a bit longer for the A380 stretch version.''

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If you think today's A380 is massive, wait until the next generation of the superjumbo. Airbus is working on an even larger version of the double-decker plane known as the A380-900 (compared to today's A380-800 series).

The -900 will carry 650 passengers in a standard multi-class configuration and 900 passengers if filled with with economy-only seating – although a 1,000 seat version is also on the drawing board, with Lufthansa and Air France-KLM already lining up for this model.

The aircraft is essentially a stretched version of the A380-800, measuring 79.4m from tip to tail -- 6.4m (the length of a shipping container) more than today's superjumbo. According to Louis Gallois, chief executive of EADS, expanding the already huge A380-800 to even larger variants was the plan from the start.

One indication of this is the A380's enormous 79.8m (261.8 foot) wingspan -- some 11m longer than Boeing's latest jumbo, the 747-8 Intercontinental – with the oversized wing believed to be designed to allow for the new ultra-big models now on the drawing boards.

The '900' variant was confirmed by Airbus chief John Leahy in 2007, though with no firm availability date, and there are persistent whispers of an even longer and higher-capacity A380-1000. These supersized aircraft are central to Airbus' belief that the global travel market will settle on using 38 cities as "mega-hubs" for long-haul travel – each of which will cater to more than 10,000 passengers per day – with other destinations being reached by transfers.

Chris Emerson, Airbus' Senior Vice President for Strategy and Forecast, said the industry needed to provide more seats on larger planes to serve those mega-hubs.

The Airbus A380-800 was initially though to be too big for airports to cope with, and pundits predicted boarding and disembarking would take much longer than current 747s. However, an intensive program of airport upgrades and new terminals allowing for multi-corridor boarding proved the pundits wrong.
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Airbus Still Targeting 25 A380 Deliveries In 2011
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TOULOUSE, France (Dow Jones) -- European commercial aircraft builder Airbus still expects to be able to deliver around 25 of its double-decker A380 superjumbos in 2011 after catching up on delays induced by a problem with Rolls Royce-supplied engines at the end of last year, Airbus chief executive Tom Enders said Tuesday.

"If we end up in the mid-20s that would be a good year," Enders told journalists on the sidelines of an event marking the handover to Korean Air Lines Co. (003490.SE) of its first A380.

Airbus plans to deliver a total of five A380s to Korean Air this year, he said.
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@A380-900/1000:
Great! The A380 needs to be longer to look good because currently the wingspan is bigger than the length of the airplane. So the -900 version will be a major design improvement and the -1000 version will be even better looking.



On the other hand wasn´t there a limitation for the size of commercial airplanes and their maximal measurements (80m x 80m box) established by the airports?
The A380-900 will fit in but the A380-1000 will be surely longer than 80m...
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Old May 27th, 2011, 05:33 PM   #2872
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The game-changing A380 comes to Korean Air

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Airbus’ A380 will soon be in service with Korean Air as its sixth international operator, further expanding a global route network that every day is underscoring this aircraft’s undisputed role as the world air transport industry’s new flagship airliner.

During a ceremony today at Airbus’ Toulouse, France headquarters, the Seoul-based carrier celebrated its first A380 delivery, becoming one of two airlines – along with China Southern – that are to join the growing operator list during 2011.

Already flying the A380 in commercial revenue service are Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Qantas, Air France and Lufthansa, which together have carried more than 12 million passengers while logging excellent passenger load factors and demonstrating high operational reliability.

Destinations served – and also announced for A380 service – has reached 23 cities linked by 32 different routes, including the upcoming non-stop flights planned by Korean Air from Seoul to North America and Europe. Overall, this network covers 11 of the world’s top 15 international airports, and encompasses such major hubs as London-Heathrow, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Dubai, Singapore and Tokyo; along with destinations such as Manchester, Zurich, Toronto and other cities.

“The A380 continues to be a game-changer: it is recognised by passengers as something definitely better, while airlines are benefitting from its lowest fuel burn, cost per seat and noise of any large aircraft,” said Richard Carcaillet, Airbus’ director of A380 product marketing. “With the A380 now in its fourth year of revenue operations, this aircraft is all that it meant to be, and is now recognised as the worthy successor to the legendary – but now venerable – 747.”

A total of 234 A380s have been ordered from 18 customers to date, including carriers from all three major global airline alliances: oneworld, SkyTeam and Star Alliance. This order book tally includes the 10 A380s being acquired by Korean Air, of which the first five are to be delivered by the end of 2011, with the additional five received by 2014. · For additional information on Korean Air’s A380 first delivery celebration, see the dedicated event website.
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INTERVIEW-Kingfisher in no hurry for A380 delivery

MONACO, May 27 (Reuters) - Kingfisher Airlines is in no hurry to take delivery of five Airbus A380 superjumbos it has on order and could push their arrival beyond 2016, Kingfisher Chairman Vijay Mallya told Reuters.

India's second-busiest airline is also holding off making a decision on which engines to put on the world's largest jetliner, postponing a choice between Rolls-Royce and a group led by General Electric and Pratt & Whitney .

"We haven't decided the delivery dates yet," Mallya said in an interview, asked when the $350-million jets would be in service.

Pressed on whether it would be in 2016, he said: "That, I would say, is the earliest. We don't really need that kind of capacity right now. Five is a lot of seats to fill."

Loss-making Kingfisher was reported earlier this year to have delayed taking delivery of the 525-seat airliner for a second time until 2016, from an original date of 2014.

The aircraft has been hit by over two years of production delays but the setback suits some airlines whose cash flows have been squeezed by the financial crisis and high oil prices.

Asked about the choice of engines, Mallya said: "There are two engine choices available, we haven't decided which one we are going to go for."
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Thai Airways International (THAI) is planning to add more destinations in Europe in a move to increase revenue as it gets ready to receive 23 new planes by 2013.

Airline president Piyasvasti Amrannand said the company was eyeing four to five new destinations including Brussels and Vienna.

The expansion into Europe is among the airline's strategies to increase income.

Of the 23 new aircraft, nine Airbus A330-300s are scheduled to be delivered in June and July this year and seven more before April 2013.

In addition, six Airbus A380 jumbos will join the fleet between August 2012 and October 2013. The airline is also scheduled to receive eight Boeing 777-300s during the same period.

Piyasvasti said the aviation sector was currently highly competitive. The major factor was the fast growth of airlines in the Middle East.

Countries in the Middle East are well capitalised so they can make huge orders of new aircraft at one time.

Although soaring oil prices affect all players, including Arabian carriers, those airlines can more easily deal with the issue.

"The growth of airlines in the Middle East disturbs THAI's revenue from the international market, while domestic share is stolen by lowcost airlines," he said.

The company has revised its business strategies to cope with the changes.

For example, it has set up a superlowcost airline, Thai Wings, wholly owned by THAI.

Earlier, THAI announced a joint venture with Singaporebased Tiger Airways to run Thai Tiger Airways.

"Still, Thai Tiger Airways has not yet formed so we created Thai Wings, which will operate in the second quarter next year," said Piyasvasti.

Thai Wings will operate both domestically and around the region.

According to Piyasvasti, results in the second quarter this year were not good - as expected - due to rising oil prices and the crisis in Japan.

However, the airline hopes passenger numbers on Japan routes will recover soon.

In April, the airline adjusted fuel surcharges in a move to cope with the hike in oil prices.

Currently, jet oil costs US$125 to $128 (Bt3,800 to Bt3,900) per barrel.

The airline will not change fuel surcharges again if oil prices do not rise, said Piyasvasti.
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Here comes some more A380s to Europe!

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) expects to receive most of its Airbus A380 orders in 2012, and plans to operate the superjumbo jet to European cities.

The airline, which has six A380s on order, said it expects to take delivery of five of them in 2012. The remaining one will arrive in 2013. In 2010, MAS said that its first A380 will be delivered in April 2012.

MAS' A380s will "primarily serve the Kuala Lumpur-London and Kuala Lumpur-Amsterdam routes", said the carrier.

The airline has had the delivery of its A380s delayed several times, and has received compensation for the delays.
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