How many A380 are in service with Emirates?

Emirates has 118 of the type in its fleet, 39 of which are currently in service, according to Cirium fleets data. Late last month the airline said that it aims to have more than 50 back flying by the end of the year, under plans to restore 70% of its overall pre-crisis capacity.

Who is the largest A380 operator?

Emirates is the largest operator of A380s. The largest operator of the A380 is Emirates. When Emirates’ latest superjumbo joins its fleet later this year, the Dubai-based airline will be home to 118 A380s. The airline announced in September 2021 plans to deploy the A380 to 27 cities by the end of November 2021.

How many Boeing 777 Emirates has?

Current fleet

Aircraft In service Orders
Boeing 777-300ER 124
Boeing 777X 115
Boeing 787-9 30

How many A380s are in operation?

Currently, the airline has 115 A380 aircraft in its fleet but will grow that to 118 after the final delivery. Initially, the carrier was supposed to receive its last A380 in June 2022.

Which airlines have operated the Airbus A380s?

All Nippon Airways, or ANA, became the last operator to receive its first new Airbus A380 earlier this year. The carrier currently has two Airbus A380s which it operates between Tokyo and Honolulu. A third final A380 is set to join the fleet next year. All three will sport a turtle themed livery. ANA’s sole A380 route.

How many A380s does Ana have?

ANA Fleet Airbus A380-800 Details and Pictures. All Nippon Airways ordered 3 Airbus A380, and currently 1 of it already delivered. ANA’s intent with the Airbus A380 is to have passengers get in the Hawaiian holiday mood as soon as they approach the aircraft.

Where does Asiana Airlines fly the A380?

Asiana Airlines operates a fleet of six Airbus A380s. Based out of Seoul, the airline flies these aircraft to seven destinations. The routes from Seoul are Bangkok, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, New York, Sydney, and, slightly closer to home, Tokyo. Asiana’s A380 routes.

How many seats does an A380 carry?

The ANA (NH) Airbus A380 was purchased specifically for services between Japan and Hawaii. Three aircraft operate in the fleet carrying up to 520 passengers on holiday in four different classes – First (8 seats), Business (56 seats), Premium Economy (73 seats), and Economy (343 seats).