That's not saying ANA is ordering more. That's marketing saying "we have 1 coming soon and 2 more a few months later".Japan's biggest airline bucks the trend, orders two A380 superjumbos
Well one airline is ordering 2 more!
Not quite..and order which they inherited from a subsidiary, and which AB took them to court over.
Oops forgot that one.The 'spruce goose' might trump your Antinov on wingspan, straitman?
Edit: Yes; Sprucegoose (Hughes A4 Hercules) wingspan = 98m; Antonov An-225 Mriya = 88m
Boeing 747-8 = 68m; A380 = 80m (all according to Google )
Says it all really about the secondhand A380 market. I love it as a passenger but I won't be surprised if there are still 747s flying after the last 380 has been scrapped.The first Airbus A380 superjumbo to enter commercial service is now being broken up for spare parts and something more unusual: luggage tags.www.traveller.com.au
The first A380 now being scrapped.
I love what they are doing with the skin. I would like t get my hands on one of the luggage tags but sadly I can't justify the price.