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The New Zealand Herald
Exclusive mile-high diariesA sign on the bathroom door reads, optimistically: "No more than two people all
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
A sign on the bathroom door reads, optimistically: "No more than two people allowed in shower." Aboard Singapore Airlines' A380s, First Class passengers can have adjoining suites, connecting with their partner to create a surprisingly large area... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Airport runways: what are they made of, how are they fixed, and how long are they?giant tubes of aluminium launching themselves into the sky at hundreds of miles
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
giant tubes of aluminium launching themselves into the sky at hundreds of miles per hour. But where would those 747s and A380s be without the humble runway? Nowhere, that’s where. Their importance was underlined this week when dozens of flights... Read more
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Business Standard India
Jet Airways may stop first class in Boeing 777Q Suite with fully flat beds, mood lighting and generous stowage space. Qatar h
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
Q Suite with fully flat beds, mood lighting and generous stowage space. Qatar however offers first class on its Airbus A380s. Among others, Air Canada no longer offers first class on in its international routes. Even United Airlines has said... Read more
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CNET
How do you get an A380 to the factory? By truck, of coursequiet, but our Airbus guide tells us that this is the normal pace of work for l
CNET / Posted 10 days ago
quiet, but our Airbus guide tells us that this is the normal pace of work for lunchtime on a Friday. Two almost-completed A380s, one destined for Emirates and another for Singapore Airlines, tower above us as they await installation of their... Read more
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Canberra Times
Qantas flights QF7, QF63 return to Sydney after separate issuesthe decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineerin
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
the decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineering base in Sydney," it said. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. A spokeswoman for... Read more
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The North West Star
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
The North West Star / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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The Border Mail
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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The Courier
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
The Courier / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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The Young Witness
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
The Young Witness / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Western Advocate
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Western Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Kiama Independent / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Manning River Times
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Manning River Times / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Qantas A380 dumps fuel as it circles off Wollongong coastthe aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney A
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
the aircraft did not suffer any depressurisation. It landed safely at Sydney Airport shortly before 3.30pm. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. Qantas A380 dumps... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Qantas flights return to Sydney after separate issuesthe decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineerin
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 days ago
the decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineering base in Sydney," it said. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. A spokeswoman for... Read more
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The Border Mail
Qantas flights return to Sydney after separate issuesthe decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineerin
The Border Mail / Posted 18 days ago
the decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineering base in Sydney," it said. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. A spokeswoman for... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Qantas flights return to Sydney after separate issuesthe decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineerin
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
the decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineering base in Sydney," it said. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. A spokeswoman for... Read more
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Western Advocate
Qantas flights return to Sydney after separate issuesthe decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineerin
Western Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
the decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineering base in Sydney," it said. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. A spokeswoman for... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Qantas flights QF7, QF63 return to Sydney after separate issuesthe decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineerin
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
the decision to return as the windscreen will be replaced at Qantas' engineering base in Sydney," it said. The airline's A380s can carry 484 passengers, and the jumbos 371. Both flights are believed to have been almost full. A spokeswoman for... Read more
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The Star
TNB 'buy', MAHB 'add'aircrafts. Malaysia Airlines is planning to cut its 737-800 fleet by six units
The Star / Posted 22 days ago
aircrafts. Malaysia Airlines is planning to cut its 737-800 fleet by six units to 48 planes by end-2017, while the 494-seat A380s will be removed from service by May 2018, being replaced by smaller 287-seat A350s to London. While the Malaysian... Read more
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Market Watch
Airbus profit down 34% on lower plane deliveries2019. It curtailed production plans last year for the planes but hasn't won mor
Market Watch / Posted 26 days ago
2019. It curtailed production plans last year for the planes but hasn't won more orders. Airbus plans to deliver around 15 A380s this year and 12 in 2018. At that production rate, Airbus loses money on each A380 it builds. Write to Robert Wall at... Read more
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CNBC
MH370 mystery: 'Very surprised' if no breakthrough in next 3-4 years, says Malaysia Airlines CEOdon't look economic at $55 per barrel to operate suddenly, at $35 per barrel, w
CNBC / Posted 27 days ago
don't look economic at $55 per barrel to operate suddenly, at $35 per barrel, will look like great sense, including the A380s," Bellow said. "We're quite confident now. We've seen significant uptick in our business over the last 12 months. Our... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Airbus push hinges on EmiratesAirbus says that it's able to break even at that production level on a per-plan
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
Airbus says that it's able to break even at that production level on a per-plane basis. The company has handed over 213 A380s to date, including 28 last year, to 13 customers. Of the remaining 104 still listed in the official backlog, as few as... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Auckland Airport's new runway almost 1km longer than originally approvedusing the southern runway. Roland said the proposed runway was moved north by
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
using the southern runway. Roland said the proposed runway was moved north by 72m to allow code F aircraft such as A380s to use it. To meet planning requirements, the airport has assessed a number of options for the second runway,... Read more

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