The europian aviation giant Airbus on February 14 made an important announcement that it would cease production of its A 380 Super-Jumbo by 2021. The reason behind is the company suffering both Financial and technical problems that’s the way this decision is taken. The production of A 380, which is recognized to be the world’s biggest commercial passenger plane, that would be stooped after 12 years of services.
Holding the distinction of world’s most large jet A 380 has been a top-notch option for flyers since its primary commercial flight in 2007 with Singapore Airlines.
Though the future of the A380 has been in oblivion for quite some time the choice of its biggest customer Emirates to decrease its latest order from 162 to 123 planes dropped the company’s officials with no option but to end its production by 2021.
Here the Airbus A380 specifications:
Design of A380: Being the world’s largest passenger aircraft, it was double deck four engine airlines built by Airbus.
First Flight: Airbus A380 took its first flight on April 27, 2005, but took the first business flight on October 25, 2007.
Production of A380: The Major part of Airbus A380 was manufactured in different parts of Europe that are France, Germany, Spain, and the UK, and the remaining parts of the Airbus A380 supplied by Rolls-Royce, General Electric, United Technologies etc.
Airbus A380 Space– With space of around 550 square meters, it has seating space for 525 people in a standard three-class shape up to 850 people in an all-economy class arrangement. The special thing about the A380 Area is, it has 40% more space than its adversary the Boeing 747-8.
Engine maker: The Airbus A380 are manufactured by giant motor vehicle British company Rolls-Royce at Derby.