There are now 3 in active service (OQD, J, K), with 2 in Abu Dhabi undergoing refurb/maintenance (OQB, OQH) and 1 more has just gone from Victorville to Los Angeles for prep to service (OQG).Do they then switch to SYD-LHR? The A380 starts back on QF1 this month. How many A380s have been returned to service so far?
How many A380's are need to run the kangaroo route now? Four? And that frees up 787's as well, right ?Yeah I'm also wondering about the A380 on Syd - Lax. With Per - Fco there simply aren't enough 787's to cover the July schedule and Qantas is showing all 787's to Lax in July?
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As I think I said a long time ago, it was easy for the various parties to shut things down. But none of them have any experience restarting things (basically the world). People are gone. Equipment needs works. The entire system ceases to be "match fit", and there is no end date to getting it there.