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These are the routes of the Airbus A380 in 2017

Where does the largest passenger plane in the world fly today?

The Airbus A380 began flying in 2007 with Singapore Airlines, since then several airlines and routes have been lucky to have the largest passenger plane in the world.

Currently, the preference for cheaper and more versatile airplanes has caused their sales to decrease to the point that Airbus is studying the possibility of stopping production. However, the European manufacturer delivered 213 units in this year 2017, and received orders for some 317 more aircraft.

The RoutesOnline.com site published an exhaustive updated list of the routes currently operated by the Airbus A380, which we detail below:

Air France Airbus A380

Air France (AF)

Paris (CDG) – Abidjan (ABJ)
Paris (CDG) – Atlanta (ATL)
Paris (CDG) – Johannesburg (JNB)
Paris (CDG) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Paris (CDG) – México City (MEX)
Paris (CDG) – New York (JFK)
Paris (CDG) – San Francisco (SFO)
Paris (CDG) – Shanghai (PVG)
Paris (CDG) – Washington (IAD)

Asiana Airlines Airbus A380

Asiana Airlines (OZ)

Seoul (ICN) – Barcelona (BCN)
Seoul (ICN) – Frankfurt (FRA)
Seoul (ICN) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Seoul (ICN) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Seoul (ICN) – New York (JFK)
Seoul (ICN) – Sydney Kingsford Smith (SYD)
Seoul (ICN) – Tokyo Narita (NRT)

British Airways Airbus A380

British Airways (BA)

London (LHR) – Boston (BOS)
London (LHR) – Hong Kong (HKG)
London (LHR) – Johannesburg (JNB)
London (LHR) – Los Angeles (LAX)
London (LHR) – Miami (MIA)
London (LHR) – San Francisco (SFO)
London (LHR) – Singapore (SIN)

China Southern Airlines Airbus A380

China Southern Airlines (CZ)

Guangzhou (CAN) – Beijing (PEK)
Guangzhou (CAN) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Guangzhou (CAN) – Sydney Kingsford Smith (SYD)

Emirates Airbus A380

Emirates (EK)

Auckland (AKL) – Brisbane (BNE)
Auckland (AKL) – Melbourne (MEL)
Auckland (AKL) – Sydney (SYD)
Bangkok (BKK) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Bangkok (BKK) – Sydney (SYD)
Christchurch (CHC) – Sydney (SYD)
Dubai (DXB) – Ámsterdam (AMS)
Dubai (DXB) – Auckland (AKL)
Dubai (DXB) – Bahrain (BAH)
Dubai (DXB) – Bangkok (BKK)
Dubai (DXB) – Barcelona (BCN)
Dubai (DXB) – Beijing (PEK)
Dubai (DXB) – Birmingham (BHX)
Dubai (DXB) – Brisbane (BNE)
Dubai (DXB) – Casablanca (CMN)
Dubai (DXB) – Copenhagen (CPH)
Dubai (DXB) – Duesseldorf (DUS)
Dubai (DXB) – Frankfurt (FRA)
Dubai (DXB) – Guangzhou (CAN)
Dubai (DXB) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Dubai (DXB) – Jeddah (JED)
Dubai (DXB) – Johannesburg (JNB)
Dubai (DXB) – Kuala Lumpur (KUL)
Dubai (DXB) – Kuwait (KWI)
Dubai (DXB) – London Gatwick (LGW)
Dubai (DXB) – London Heathrow (LHR)
Dubai (DXB) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Dubai (DXB) – Madrid (MAD)
Dubai (DXB) – Manchester (MAN)
Dubai (DXB) – Mauritius  (MRU)
Dubai (DXB) – Melbourne (MEL)
Dubai (DXB) – Milan (MXP)
Dubai (DXB) – Moscow (DME)
Dubai (DXB) – Mumbai (BOM)
Dubai (DXB) – Munich (MUC)
Dubai (DXB) – New York (JFK)
Dubai (DXB) – Nice (NCE)
Dubai (DXB) – Paris (CDG)
Dubai (DXB) – Perth (PER)
Dubai (DXB) – Prague (PRG)
Dubai (DXB) – Rome (FCO)
Dubai (DXB) – San Francisco (SFO)
Dubai (DXB) – Sao Paulo (GRU)
Dubai (DXB) – Seoul (ICN)
Dubai (DXB) – Shanghai (PVG)
Dubai (DXB) – Singapore (SIN)
Dubai (DXB) – Sydney (SYD)
Dubai (DXB) – Taipei (TPE)
Dubai (DXB) – Tokyo (NRT)
Dubai (DXB) – Toronto (YYZ)
Dubai (DXB) – Viena (VIE)
Dubai (DXB) – Washington (IAD)
Dubai (DXB) – Zurich (ZRH)
Melbourne Airport (MEL) – Singapore (SIN)
Milan (MXP) – New York (JFK)

Etihad Airways Airbus A380

Etihad Airways (EY)

Abu Dhabi (AUH) – London (LHR)
Abu Dhabi (AUH) – Melbourne (MEL)
Abu Dhabi (AUH) – New York (JFK)
Abu Dhabi (AUH) – Paris (CDG)
Abu Dhabi (AUH) – Sydney (SYD)

Korean Air Airbus A380

Korean Air (KE)

Seoul (ICN) – Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK)
Seoul (ICN) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Seoul (ICN) – London (LHR)
Seoul (ICN) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Seoul (ICN) – New York (JFK)
Seoul (ICN) – Paris (CDG)
Seoul (ICN) – Sydney (SYD)

Lufthansa Airbus A380

Lufthansa (LH)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Bangkok (BKK)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Beijing (PEK)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Delhi (DEL)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Houston (IAH)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Miami (MIA)
Frankfurt (FRA) – New York (JFK)
Frankfurt (FRA) – San Francisco (SFO)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Shanghai (PVG)
Frankfurt (FRA) – Singapore (SIN)

Malaysia Airlines Airbus A380

Malaysia Airlines (MH)

Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – London (LHR)
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – Seoul (ICN)

Qantas Airbus A380

Qantas (QF)

Dubai (DXB) – London (LHR)
Melbourne (MEL) – Dubai (DXB)
Melbourne (MEL) – Los Angeles (LAX)
Sydney (SYD) – Dallas (DFW)
Sydney (SYD) – Dubai (DXB)
Sydney (SYD) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Sydney (SYD) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Qatar Airways Airbus A380

Qatar Airways (QR)

Doha (DOH) – Bangkok (BKK)
Doha (DOH) – Guangzhou (CAN)
Doha (DOH) – London (LHR)
Doha (DOH) – Melbourne (MEL)
Doha (DOH) – Paris (CDG)
Doha (DOH) – Sydney (SYD)

Singapore Airlines Airbus A380

Singapore Airlines (SQ)

Frankfurt (FRA) – New York (JFK)
Singapore (SIN) – Auckland (AKL)
Singapore (SIN) – Beijing (PEK)
Singapore (SIN) – Delhi (DEL)
Singapore (SIN) – Frankfurt (FRA)
Singapore (SIN) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Singapore (SIN) – London (LHR)
Singapore (SIN) – Melbourne (MEL)
Singapore (SIN) – Mumbai (BOM)
Singapore (SIN) – Osaka (KIX)
Singapore (SIN) – Paris (CDG)
Singapore (SIN) – Shanghai (PVG)
Singapore (SIN) – Sydney (SYD)
Singapore (SIN) – Tokyo (NRT)
Singapore (SIN) – Zúrich (ZRH)

Thai Airways Airbus A380

Thai Airways International (TG)

Bangkok (BKK) – Frankfurt (FRA)
Bangkok (BKK) – Hong Kong (HKG)
Bangkok (BKK) – London (LHR)
Bangkok (BKK) – Osaka (KIX)
Bangkok (BKK) – Paris (CDG)
Bangkok (BKK) – Tokio (NRT)

On the other hand, Emirates is the airline with the largest number of Airbus A380 aircraft, about 100 units, and topping the ranking of operations in 2017 with this aircraft model. Next on the list are Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa German Airlines, Etihad Airways and Qantas Airways.

The airports that registered the most activities with A380 aircraft in this year ending are Dubai International (United Arab Emirates), London Heathrow (United Kingdom), Singapore Changi (Singapore), Frankfurt International (Germany) and Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International (Thailand).

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