It’s Saturday again, so it must be time for another video.
This week, the Emirates Airbus A380 fleet grows to fifty aircraft, cementing the airlines position as the lead carrier to operate the type around its world-wide network
Emirates operate 50 Airbus A380s out of the total worldwide fleet of 138 aircraft, and by far and away the largest carrier, with the second carrier behind it operating the type is Singapore Airlines with 19 aircraft, followed by Lufthansa and Qantas with 12 aircraft each.
This won’t the last A380 that the airline will operates – with Emirates having a total of 140 Airbus A380s on order in total, and 90 further aircraft expected.
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