Airbus 380

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February 4th, 2017 at 7:20:11 AM permalink
Pacomartin
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Quote: Nareed
Optimist. But you'll notice he admits it won't fly any time soon. Also, notice the ten-year estimate.


But realistically, how many of the top airports in Europe will be within some range of a narrowbody aircraft in 10-15 years from US cities? probably not the ones in Russia or Turkey. The future will be in smaller planes going to multiple airports.

  1. Heathrow Airport
  2. Charles de Gaulle Airport
  3. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
  4. Frankfurt Airport
  5. Istanbul Atatürk Airport
  6. Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport
  7. Barcelona El Prat Airport
  8. London-Gatwick Airport
  9. Munich Airport
  10. Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport
  11. Sheremetyevo International Airport
  12. Paris-Orly Airport
  13. Sabiha Gökçen Airport
  14. Copenhagen Airport
  15. Domodedovo International Airport
  16. Dublin Airport
  17. Zürich Airport
  18. Palma de Mallorca Airport
  19. Oslo Airport
  20. Manchester Airport
  21. Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
  22. London Stansted Airport
  23. Düsseldorf Airport
  24. Vienna International Airport
  25. Lisbon Portela Airport
  26. Brussels Airport
  27. Berlin Tegel Airport
  28. Athens International Airport
  29. Malpensa Airport
  30. Antalya Airport


Megaseat airplanes may come into more demand in Asia for shorter routes. but look how poor sales of the A380 were in Asia. Only 80 planes were ordered an that includes 20 from Qantas of which only 12 were delivered. Most people think the remaining 8 will never be purchased.

Del / Ord Undeliver : Airline Country
19 / 24 5 : SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE
12 / 20 8 : QANTAS AIRWAYS AUSTRALIA
10 / 10 0 : KOREAN AIR KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
6 / 6 0 : MALAYSIA AIRLINES MALAYSIA
6 / 6 0 : THAI AIRWAYS INTERNATIONAL THAILAND
5 / 5 0 : CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES COMPANY CHINA
4 / 6 2 : ASIANA AIRLINES KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
0 / 3 3 : All Nippon Airlines JAPAN

When the A380 was designed, they knew that Qantas and Singapore Air were going to be big customers, but they expected to sell a lot of planes in the rest of Asia given the crowded airports and the heavy traffic that exists on some of the routes.
May 5th, 2017 at 4:07:15 AM permalink
Fleastiff
Member since: Oct 27, 2012
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Reuters: China enters the fray: Airbus, Boeing and now China.
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-aviation-comac-flight-takeoff-idUSKBN1810F3
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