The A380 is the world's largest commercial aircraft flying today, with capacity to carry 544 passengers in a comfortable four-class configuration. The A380 has two full-length passenger levels: a main deck and an upper deck, which are conveniently linked by fixed stairs forward and aft. Overall, its two decks offer an entire deck of floor surface more than the largest twin-engine aircraft, allowing airlines to optimize their cabin offering.(2).
In December 2000, the board of a restructured Airbus approved an €8.8 billion plan for the Airbus A380, with its prototype model completed in January 2005 and the first test flight completed in April of that year. Then, the plane began to run into trouble.In June 2005, Airbus told customers that there would be a delay because of a wiring problem. Then, in February 2006, stress testing of the plane's wings found that the wing of the plane fractured at 146% of the required level, instead of the 150% level they had expected. The aircraft needed further reinforcing on the wings that added 30 kg to the plane.There would be further delays in delivery, but eventually, the first Airbus A380 was delivered to Singapore Airlines, registration 9V-SKA, on October 15, 2007. Ten days later on October 25, the first commercial flight of the aircraft flew from Singapore to Sydney, Australia, with all the seats on board being purchased at an auction for charity.After nearly 20 years of planning and development, the Airbus A380 was finally in the air and Boeing's 747 was dethroned as the largest commercial passenger aircraft in service. It had almost 50% more floor space than the 747 and 35% more seating capacity, so even as it was much larger its rival, its seats also featured more room than other aircraft.In the 14 years that it's been in service, around 190 million people have flown in the Airbus A380 and by all reports, to fly on an A380 is a throwback to the early days of the 747, when this thing called commercial air travel was still new and exciting. Flying on an Airbus A380 is itself part of the experience and not just the thing that got you to where you were going in order to have those experiences.(4)
On 14 February 2019, Airbus announced their A380s have been cancelled, with production ending in 2021; After 12 long years of shaky business and development, its closure didn’t come as a surprise, but rather a sigh of relief for a company burdened by the weight of its own ambitions – The dream is over for the world’s largest passenger airliner.(1)
The Airbus A380 is four-engined long-range wide-body airliner with two full length passenger decks with a maximum of 853 passengers produced by the European manufacturer Airbus.(3)
Configuration of airbusA380(3):
Passengers:525, max. 853
Propulsion:4 Turbofan Engines
Engine Model:Engine Alliance GP7270
Engine Power (each):332,3 Kn,74700 lbf
Engine Model:Rolls-Royce Trent 900
Engine Power (each):311,4 kN,70000 lbf
Speed:945 km/h,510 kts,587 mph
Mmo (max. Mach):Mach 0.89
Service Ceiling:13.106 m,43.000 ft
Range:15.199 km,8.207 NM,9.444 mi.
Empty Weight:276.800 kg,610.239 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight:569.000 kg,1.254.429 lbs
max. Landing Weight:391.000 kg,862.006 lbs
Wing Span:79,80 m,261 ft 10 in
Wing Area:845,0 m²,9096 ft²
Length:73,00 m           ,239 ft 6 in
Height:24,10 m,79 ft 1 in


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