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Old June 2nd, 2009, 06:28 AM   #1401
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to be fair, Japanese engineering/components also distribute a huge percentage of Boeing planes, which is why both American and Japanese airlines favor Boeing made jets. Both Boeing and Airbus produce great products


EX. NAGOYA, Japan -- For Boeing's Everett engineers working on the company's first all-new commercial jetliner in more than a decade, the dream begins here.

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Photos of the Boeing Dreamliner assembly
In this Japanese industrial city far from The Boeing Co.'s Puget Sound roots, in a factory built just for the 787 Dreamliner, Fuji Heavy Industries has completed the first large composite section that will go on the first 787 to fly next year.
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A380's production list

MSN (Construction Number) Aircraft Type Airline Test Registration Airline's Registration Delivery Date

5000 Airbus A380-8XX Airbus Pamela - -
5001 Airbus A380-8XX Airbus Angela - -
001 Airbus A380-841 Airbus F-WWOW - -
002 Airbus A380-841 Prince Al-Walid F-WXXL HZ- P2010-Q2
003 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (1st) F-WWSA 9V-SKA 2007-10-15
004 Airbus A380-861 Etihad Airways F-WWDD A6-ED* -
005 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (2nd) F-WWSB 9V-SKB 2008-01-11
006 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (3rd) F-WWSC 9V-SKC 2008-03-11
007 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (7th) F-WWSDF-WWJB A6-EDG P2009-11
008 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (4th) F-WWSE 9V-SKD 2008-04-26
009 Airbus A380-861 Emirates F-WWSF A6-ED* P2010-Q1
010 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (5th) F-WWSG 9V-SKE 2008-06-28
011 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (1st) F-WWSHD-AXAA A6-EDA 2008-07-28
012 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (6th) F-WWSI 9V-SKF 2008-09-18

013 Airbus A380-861(ex : 841) Emirates (2nd) F-WWSJD-AXAB A6-EDB 2008-10-24
014 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (1st) F-WWSK VH-OQA 2008-0919
015 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (2nd) F-WWSL VH-OQB 2008-1215

016 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (3rd) F-WWSMD-AXAC A6-EDC 2008-11-15
017 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (5th) F-WWSN A6-EDE 2009-04-24
018 Airbus A380-841 Malaysia Airlines (1st) F-WWSO 9M-M** P2011
019 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (7th) F-WWSP 9V-SKG P2009-05

020 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (4th) F-WWSSD-AXAD A6-EDD 2008-12-30
021 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (8th) F-WWSQ 9V-SKH P2009-05
022 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (3rd) F-WWSR VH-OQC 2008-12-27
023 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (6th) F-WWST A6-EDF P2009-11
024 Airbus A380-841 Malaysia Airlines (2nd) F-WWSU 9M-M** P2011
025 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (8th) F-WWSV A6-EDH P2009-12
026 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (4th) F-WWSX VH-OQD P2009-07
027 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (5th) F-WWSY VH-OQE P2009-Q3
028 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (9th) F-WWSZ A6-EDI P2010-Q1
029 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (6th) F-WWSA VH-OQF P2009-Q3
030 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (10th) F-WWSD A6-EDJ P2010-03
031 Airbus A380-841 China Southern Airlines (1st) F-WWSF B**** P2011
032 Airbus A380-841 Malaysia Airlines (3rd) 9M-M** P2011
033 Airbus A380-861 Air France (1st) F-WWSB F-HPJA P2009-10
034 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (9th) F-WWSC 9V-SKI P2009-Q2
035 Airbus A380-861 Korean Air (1st) F-WWAT HL**** P2010-Q3
036 Airbus A380-841 China Southern Airlines (2nd) F-WWAM B**** P2011
037 Airbus A380-863F
038 Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa (1st) F-WWSH D-AIMA P2010-Q3
039 Airbus A380-861 Korean Air (2nd) F-WWAZ HL**** P2010-Q4
040 Airbus A380-861 Air France (2nd) F-WWSE F-HPJB P2011
041 Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa (2nd) F-WWAF D-AIMB P2010-Q1
042 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (11th) F-WWAO A6-EDK P2010-Q2
043 Airbus A380-861 Air France (3rd) F-WWAB F-HPJC P2010-01
044 Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa (3rd) F-WWAJ D-AIMC P2010-Q2
045 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (10th) F-WWSG 9V-SKJ P2009-Q3
046 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (12th) F-WWAG A6-EDL P2010-Q3
047 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (7th) F-WWAD VH-OQG P2010-Q1
048 Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa (4th) F-WWAK D-AIMD P2010-Q2
049 Airbus A380-861 Air France (4th) F-WWAL F-HPJD P2010-Q2
050 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (8th) F-WWAE VH-OQH P2010-Q1
051 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (11th) 9V-SKK P2010-Q1
052 Airbus A380-861 Air France (5th) F-WWAN F-HPJE P2010-Q3
053 Airbus A380-8XXF
054 Airbus A380-841 China Southern Airlines (3rd) F-WWAX B**** P2011
055 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (9th) F-WWAP VH-OQI P2011
056 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (13th) F-WWAR A6-EDM P2010-Q3
057 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (14th) F-WWAS A6-EDN P2010-Q4
058 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (12th) 9V-SKL P2010-Q2
059 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (15th) F-WWAY A6-EDO P2010-Q4
060 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (16th) A6-EDP P2011-Q1
061 Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa (5th) F-WWAV D-AIME P2010-Q4
062 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (10th) F-WWAQ VH-OQJ P2011
063 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (17th) A6-EDQ P2011-Q1
064 Airbus A380-861 Air France (6th) F-WWAU F-HPJF P2011
065 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (13th) 9V-SKM P2010-Q3
066 Airbus A380-84` Lufthansa (6th) D-AIMF P2011-Q1
067 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (11th) VH-OQK P2011
068 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (18th) A6-EDR P2011-Q2
069 Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa (7th) D-AIMG P2011-Q2
070 Airbus A380-842 Qantas (12th) VH-OQL P2011
071 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (14th) 9V-SKN P2010-Q4
072 Airbus A380-861 Air France (7th) F-HPJG P2011
073 Airbus A380-841 Singapore Airlines (15th) 9V-SKO P2011-Q1
074 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (19th) A6-EDS P2011-Q2
075 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (20th) A6-EDT P2011-Q3
076 Airbus A380-841 Lufthansa (8th) D-AIMH P2011-Q3
077 Airbus A380-861 Air France (8th) F-HPJH P2011
078 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (21st) A6-EDU P2011-Q3
079 Airbus A380-861 Korean Air (3rd) HL**** P2011-Q1
080 Airbus A380-861 Air France (9th) F-HPJI P2012
081 Airbus A380-
082 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (22nd) A6-EDV P2011-Q4
083 Airbus A380-8** Qatar Airways (1st) A7-AKA P2012-Q1
084 Airbus A380-861 Emirates (23rd) A6-EDW P2011-Q4
085 Airbus A380- P2011-Q1
086 Airbus A380- P2011-Q2
087 Airbus A380-841 Malaysia Airlines (4th) 9M-M** P2012
088 Airbus A380-841 Malaysia Airlines (5th) 9M-M** P2012
089 Airbus A380- P2011-Q2
090 Airbus A380- P2011-Q2
091 Airbus A380- P2011-Q2
092 Airbus A380-
093 Airbus A380-
094 Airbus A380-
095 Airbus A380-8XX Air Comet (1st) EC-***
096 Airbus A380-8XX Air Comet (2nd) EC-***
097 Airbus A380-8XX Air Comet (3rd) EC-***
098 Airbus A380-8XX Air Comet (4th) EC-***
099 Airbus A380-
100 Airbus A380-
101 Airbus A380-861 Air France (10th) F-HPJJ P2012
102 Airbus A380-861 Air France (11th) F-HPJK P2013
103 Airbus A380-861 Air France (12th) F-HPJL P2013
104 Airbus A380-
105 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (1st) G-**** P2012
106 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (2nd) G-**** P2012
107 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (3rd) G-****
108 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (4th) G-****
109 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (5th) G-****
110 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (6th) G-****
111 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (7th) G-****
112 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (8th) G-****
113 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (9th) G-****
114 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (10th) G-****
115 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (11th) G-****
116 Airbus A380-841 British Airways (12th) G-****
117 Airbus A380-
118 Airbus A380-
119 Airbus A380-
120 Airbus A380-
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Old June 2nd, 2009, 02:11 PM   #1403
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Airbus A380 makes first Thai commercial debut at Suvarnabhumi


BANGKOK, June 1 (TNA) - The world's largest passenger airliner, an Airbus A380 of Emirates airlines, landed Monday night at Suvarnabhumi Airport in its first commercial flight to the Thai capital.

Flight EK 372 arrived at 7pm with 432 passengers on board from Dubai.

The airlines purchased two superjumbos to service two routes--Dubai-Bangkok and Dubai-Toronto.

It was the first time that the super-jumbo aircraft landed at Bangkok fully loaded with passengers, which raised hope that Thailand will be able to restore confidence among tourists in the Middle East and attract more tourists from that region following April's political turmoil in Thailand.

An Airbus A380 made a test flight from Toulouse, France to Suvarnabhumi Airport in December 2006 but it carried no commercial passengers. (TNA)
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Would it better to buy domestic to help the economy. The last thing we want is to buy European pile of junk where as we have superb Boeing product.
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Boeing planes (save the 777) suck. They are less modern, less reliable and less comfortable than their European counterpart.
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Would it better to buy domestic to help the economy. The last thing we want is to buy European pile of junk where as we have superb Boeing product.
That is a very smart remark.
What now if all european companies stop buying american products for the same reason??
American people say they are for the open market. That means only that everyone can buy their stuff, but no one can come in their market.
See how many Airbus are sold in USA! This is absolutely ridiculous! And no american company has bought an A380 yet...

Air France, Lufthansa or other european compagnies still buy many boeing's while they could find the same thing home
Protectionism has never helped any country...

Anyway today was the 1st commercial flight for the A380 in Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
It should have been a major event for this plane that is being assembled in France, but the recent aircrash has forced Singapore Airlines to cancel the festivities.
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Would it better to buy domestic to help the economy. The last thing we want is to buy European pile of junk where as we have superb Boeing product.

you have to thank Lufthansa (a EUROPEAN airline) for the orders of the 747 8I project.
Orders of the 747-8I: Lufthansa: 20 / others: 7 (Boeing Business Jet)
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How ridiculous! Airbus quality equals or is above Boeing's. Airbus has already proved that it builds excellent planes.
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Does anyone know when British Airways will be flying these birds?
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How ridiculous! Airbus quality equals or is above Boeing's. Airbus has already proved that it builds excellent planes.
Both are good manufacturer but you also have to consider that Boeing is solely an American company while Airbus is a company that is being produce by the EU, over 10+ countries. I expect airbus to be much ahead of Boeing with all the talent coming from multiple countries but it isn't.
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What is the next airline to receive the A380??
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Old June 3rd, 2009, 10:03 AM   #1411
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What is the next airline to receive the A380??
Air France...it has been mentioned earlier in the thread
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and the 2nd Emirates A380 flight to Toronto (YYZ) is on its way...registration will be A6-EDD today (inaugural was A6-EDB)....for anyone who is interested in such things....
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By the way thanks for posting the orders list, very interesting!
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Airbus A380 makes landmark flight amid tragedy


PARIS (AFP) — The world's biggest passenger jet, the Airbus A380, left Paris for an inaugural regular flight to Singapore on Tuesday but an air of tragedy displaced celebrations after an airline disaster on Monday.

The superjumbo took off from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport near Paris to return to Singapore, marking its first flight out of continental Europe to complete a return trip, but after one minute of silence instead of the planned ceremony.

The aircraft took off with almost every seat filled, and among the passengers were 35 members of the French national rugby team, travelling in business class for a tour of the Pacific region.

The team's general manager Jo Maso told AFP: "It is a great honour to inaugurate this aircraft, adding that he was "not worried at all" after the accident on Monday, and that "air travel is one of the safest ways of travelling."

The spokesman for Singapore Airlines, which operated the flight, asked for a minute of silence for the 228 passengers and crew missing aboard an Air France Airbus airliner lost over the Atlantic Ocean on Monday.

Most of the French officials invited, including Transport Minister Jean-Louis Borloo and the head of French airports operator ADP, Pierre Graff, cancelled their attendance at the event.

The missing aircraft, an Airbus A330, had been due to arrive at the same airport on Monday morning on a flight from Brazil.

The A380 superjumbo jet can carry up to 853 passengers. But Singapore Airlines has chosen to offer plenty of space, fitting the airliner with only 471 seats, in three classes: 12 suites with armchairs one metre (39 inches) wide that can be made to recline full length, 60 seats in business class and 399 in economy class.

The spokesman said the plane had taken off with 93 percent of the seats filled and that nearly all of the seats in business and economy class had been sold.

Boarding took longer for the flight out of Roissy than out of Singapore because only two gangways were provided instead of three to give access to the two decks. The process here took an hour instead of 40 minutes in Singapore.

The airport authorities intend to make a third gangway available to reach the upper floor before March 2010.

Singapore Airlines already runs A380 flights from Singapore to Sydney, London and Tokyo.

The flight left Singapore on Monday at 2140 GMT and arrived in Paris at 0440 GMT.

Singapore Airlines says it plans daily Singapore-Paris flights using A380s, of which it was the first airline to take delivery in October 2007. An airline source said there had been a delay in the delivery of one new A380 intended for the route.

It has ordered 19 of the long range jets and has options for six others.

Other airports that have received A380 aircraft are Sydney, London, Tokyo, Dubai, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Auckland, Toronto and Bangkok.
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Yes, both countries tend to favor Boeing aircraft but their reasons couldn't be more different.

Japan's heavy industries are heavily involved in the design, and for some, the manufacturing of Boeing aircraft like the 777 and 787 so it's only natural Japan favors Boeing aircraft. But like any decision-making in aircraft purchasing, Japanese airlines also do look at both Airbus and Boeing aircraft. Japan Airlines has before mentioned that it believes the A350 is a better replacement for its B777s. ANA was rumored to have almost purchased A380s.

But for Indonesia, it's more political. The EU has largely banned Indonesian carriers flying into Europe for much of the early 21st Century and I don't expect Indonesians would likely take that easily by buying EU-made planes.
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FRANKFURT, June 8 (Reuters) - International Lease Finance Corp (ILFC) may cancel orders for ten A380 superjumbos, Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported, citing the airplane leasing company's Chief Executive Steven Udvar-Hazy.

'We can pull out between January and June 2010 without paying penalties,' the newspaper cited him as saying in an interview published on its website on Monday.

Airbus, the unit of EADS that makes the A380, said it was unaware of any cancellations or moves to cancel.

European planemaker Airbus last month cut its 2009 delivery target for the A380 superjumbo to 14 from 18, blaming the economic crisis and deferral requests from airline customers.

'I see a general structural change in the industry and in the way that airlines think about the A380,' Udvar-Hazy told Sueddeutsche Zeitung in the interview.

Udvar-Hazy had told Reuters on the sidelines of the annual meeting of the International Air Transport Association in Kuala Lumpur that ILFC was in negotiations for more planes with Airbus and U.S.-based rival Boeing.
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380 is a pratice airplane but is so ugly.

I like 747-8
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380 is a pratice airplane but is so ugly.

I like 747-8
I think the 380 looks great!
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