Singapore Airlines (SIA) will ramp up services to destinations across its network during the Northern Summer 2024 operating season (31 March 2024 to 26 October 2024), supporting the strong demand for air travel to its key markets.
Emirates has carried over 16 million passengers on 49,000 services between Dubai and New Zealand since 2003
Etihad Engineering has completed a six-year heavy maintenance check on the first in a series of Airbus A380 aircraft.
New Zealand becomes first country to exclusively carry Emirates’ four cabin A380. Restored daily connection from Christchurch to Dubai via Sydney welcomed by water cannon salute
From June 1, Lufthansa will resume its regular flight operations with the popular Airbus A380 after a three-year interruption. Daily flights from Munich to Boston will be operated by LH424.
Emirates has announced it will scale up its A380 operations with the iconic double-decker returning to Glasgow (26 March 2023), Nice (1 June 2023) and Birmingham (1 July 2023).
Emirates will offer passengers yet another opportunity to ‘fly better’, with new high-speed, inflight broadband powered by Inmarsat’s GX Aviation, onboard 50 new Airbus A350 aircraft – scheduled to enter service in 2024.
The first Emirates A380 to be completely refurbished under the airline’s US$ 2 billion retrofit program has been deployed today on the Dubai-London Heathrow service, operating as EK003.
Emirates’ flagship A380 made a landmark touchdown at Auckland Airport. This is first time the Emirates double-decker has landed in Auckland since February 2020, demonstrating increasing travel demand in and out of New Zealand.
Airbus has performed a first A380 flight powered by 100 per cent sustainable aviation fuel. Airbus’ A380 test aircraft MSN 1 took off from Blagnac Airport in Toulouse earlier.
Emirates has received delivery of its 123rd and final Airbus A380. The aircraft, registered as A6-EVS, marks another milestone in the airline’s steadfast 21-year commitment to the programme.
A Qatar Airways Airbus A380 took to the skies for the first time in more than 18 months earlier, positioning the aircraft from Doha International Airport to Hamad International Airport.