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Brazil now has more airports suitable for the Airbus A380

A flexibility in the requirements allows large aircraft to operate in 15 airports in the country. The National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC, by its acronym in Portuguese), which regulates air activity in Brazil, has approved a flexibilization in the specifications of the country’s airports. Thanks to this measure, large aircraft such as the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 747-8 will be able to operate in a greater number of Brazilian airports. The beneficiaries are category 4F aircraft, that is, whose wingspan ranges from 65 to 80 meters and whose external…

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Relief for the Airbus A380: Emirates ordered 36 aircraft for 16 billion

The largest international airline in the world placed a large order which means a relief for the current situation of the Airbus A380. Emirates today announced the signing of an order for 36 Airbus A380 aircraft, with 20 firm orders and 16 options, valued at $ 16,000 million ($ 58,700 million from the United Arab Emirates). The Emirates A380 aircraft use GE and Rolls-Royce engines and the airline is now evaluating the engine options for the aircraft of the new order. Emirates owns 101 aircraft Airbus A380, which added to…

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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…

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Airbus A380 of Lufthansa returns to Frankfurt due to loss of engine oil

The plane was flying from the German city to Houston yesterday and suffered a leak in one of its engines. An Airbus A380-800 aircraft and registration D-AIMF belonging to Lufthansa, was operating the LH-440 flight between Frankfurt International Airport (FRA), in Germany, and Houston Intercontinental Airport (IAH), in the United States, on December 1. When the aircraft was flying over the Atlantic Ocean about 550 nautical miles (1,020 kilometers) west of Shannon, Ireland, the pilots noticed an oil leak in engine number two, which is why they decided to return…

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