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Topic: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: AFCDGPTP
Posted 2013-09-14 03:50:58 and read 16632 times.

The 9th A380 (F-HPJI) landed yesterday afternoon (Fri.13th) in CDG from Hamburg around 4PM

http://www.lefigaro.fr/flash-eco/201...-air-france-recoit-son-9e-a380.php

(Sorry article in French)

The article says the 10th one should be delivered in 2014

The airline was to receive the 2 last A380s by April 2014 but owing to the econonmical situation, deliveries will be delayed with no further notice

As a reminder, the routes currently served by the AF A380s from CDG are : JFK, IAD, LAX, JNB, NRT & PVG

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: KarelXWB
Posted 2013-09-14 03:53:25 and read 16676 times.

Picture of the delivery ceremony in XFW yesterday:

http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BUClKn3CEAA4bxT.jpg:large

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Mortyman
Posted 2013-09-14 04:32:11 and read 16425 times.

So does Air France have plans of ordering adittional A380's ? Anyone know ?

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Miami
Posted 2013-09-14 05:53:18 and read 16096 times.

Congrats to AF on another A380 delivery!

I wonder if Air France has a new A380 destination in mind??   

-Miami   

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: FlySSC
Posted 2013-09-14 05:57:05 and read 16050 times.

Quoting AFCDGPTP (Thread starter):
The article says the 10th one should be delivered in 2014

April 2014

Quoting Miami (Reply 4):
I wonder if Air France has a new A380 destination in mind??

ABJ, GRU, GIG, PEK

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: KarelXWB
Posted 2013-09-14 05:58:24 and read 16035 times.

Quoting Miami (Reply 4):
I wonder if Air France has a new A380 destination in mind??

AF will introduce a daily A380 to Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire from September 2014 due to growth in demand.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: EK413
Posted 2013-09-14 06:16:07 and read 15909 times.

Quoting AFCDGPTP (Thread starter):
As a reminder, the routes currently served by the AF A380s from CDG are : JFK, IAD, LAX, JNB, NRT & PVG

I'm curious how HKG & SIN have missed out on receiving an A380 service.

EK8413

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: je89_w
Posted 2013-09-14 06:19:35 and read 15884 times.

Quoting EK413 (Reply 7):
I'm curious how HKG & SIN have missed out on receiving an A380 service.

Actually, AF stopped sending the A380 to SIN about two weeks ago.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: angmoh
Posted 2013-09-14 06:23:11 and read 15851 times.

Quoting EK413 (Reply 7):
I'm curious how HKG & SIN have missed out on receiving an A380 service.

CDG-SIN-CDG is A380 4x per week and the other 3 days 77W.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Speedbored
Posted 2013-09-14 06:43:08 and read 15719 times.

Quoting Mortyman (Reply 2):
So does Air France have plans of ordering adittional A380's ? Anyone know ?

Given that they appear to have indefinitely deferred the final 2 frames from their current order of 12, I think it's probably unlikely that they will be ordering any more in the very near future.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: uberflieger
Posted 2013-09-14 06:52:53 and read 15636 times.

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 6):

AF will introduce a daily A380 to Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire from September 2014 due to growth in demand

W O W

can't wait to see pics from the inaugural

 

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: mixalakhs
Posted 2013-09-14 07:54:23 and read 15017 times.

Are there any plans to fly again in SFO?
I am flying to San Francisco on November and as an A380 fun I booked a flight via LAX instead of flying
direct with the noisy 777.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: FlySSC
Posted 2013-09-14 08:20:48 and read 14661 times.

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 6):
AF will introduce a daily A380 to Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire from September 2014 due to growth in demand.

It won't be Daily.
Should be 4 x Weekly A380 + 3 x Weekly B77W

Quoting Mortyman (Reply 2):
So does Air France have plans of ordering adittional A380's ? Anyone know ?

Very unlikely. 12 A380 will be more than enough for AF.

Quoting angmoh (Reply 9):
CDG-SIN-CDG is A380 4x per week and the other 3 days 77W.

  

No more AF A380 on CDG-SIN. The flight is a Daily B77W since Sept. 2nd 2013

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Miami
Posted 2013-09-14 08:32:10 and read 14493 times.

Quoting mixalakhs (Reply 12):
Are there any plans to fly again in SFO?

I'd like to see AF send the A380 to MIA, but I doubt we will see that any time soon..

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: AF022
Posted 2013-09-14 08:41:34 and read 14365 times.

Quoting AFCDGPTP (Thread starter):
As a reminder, the routes currently served by the AF A380s from CDG are : JFK, IAD, LAX, JNB, NRT & PVG

I'm curious about A380 service to JFK. They have such a mix of aircraft to JFK (A330-200, 777-300, 777-200, A380, sometimes even A340). Is the A380 assigned to the 1410 departure because that is the most popular hour for them? Is there a big variation in demand by hour departure?

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: laca773
Posted 2013-09-14 10:28:19 and read 13099 times.

Quoting AF022 (Reply 15):
I'm curious about A380 service to JFK. They have such a mix of aircraft to JFK (A330-200, 777-300, 777-200, A380, sometimes even A340). Is the A380 assigned to the 1410 departure because that is the most popular hour for them? Is there a big variation in demand by hour departure?

This is the reason. When you see variations like this, it tells you which flights have higher demand than others. Some airlines up and downgauge a/c multiple times a week on a particular flight depending on the demand.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: pliersinsight
Posted 2013-09-14 11:10:16 and read 12644 times.

If we are on to sarcasm now, this picture will be the last time that A380 is clean.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: warden145
Posted 2013-09-14 12:57:13 and read 11577 times.

Quoting mixalakhs (Reply 12):
Are there any plans to fly again in SFO?

I asked this question a while back, and IIRC the answer at the time was essentially that the summer to SFO was a test to see how it would work since they couldn't justify running it to NRT after the earthquake, and the test wasn't all that successful. It'd be nice to see a second A380 to SFO (or at least bring back the summer 747; getting sick of all these 777's!!), and maybe something has changed or will change, but I wouldn't expect it...

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: AFCDGPTP
Posted 2013-09-14 13:02:42 and read 11526 times.

Quoting YULWinterSkies (Reply 20):
The A380 does not depart at 1410 by the way

It does ... But from CDG !

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Revelation
Posted 2013-09-14 13:33:44 and read 11218 times.

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 1):
Picture of the delivery ceremony in XFW yesterday:

The last time the a/c will be clean!  

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: United885
Posted 2013-09-14 13:44:13 and read 11429 times.

What about the service to YUL? Is a restart of that route possible?

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Viscount724
Posted 2013-09-14 14:41:11 and read 11029 times.

Quoting United885 (Reply 25):
What about the service to YUL? Is a restart of that route possible?

Too many premium class seats for the Montreal market. 80 J and 9 F seats are far too many. AF's high-density 77Ws are much more appropriate in that market where you're competing with carriers with equally high-density aircraft (Corsair, Air Transat, and AC's new high-density 10-abreast 77Ws).

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: AM777LR
Posted 2013-09-14 20:40:55 and read 8746 times.

Quoting Miami (Reply 4):

I'm still hoping for MEX. With the SkyTeam hub in both ends, yields are healthy and with the 744's on their way out I think the A380 is a great replacement. But first, we need A380 gates at MEX. I would assume an AF A380 would be sent to terminal 2 at MEX, as terminal one would be horrible to handle the arivals of the IB A346, LH 748, BA 744 and a AF A380. The customes lines in MEX terminal 1 are horrible. Not to mention that taxi-ways would need to be widened, and a gate with two story jet ways. If it doesn't happen now, it will happen in the future. I sure hope MEX is the first A380 destination in Latin American but as of now it's looking more like GRU. Darn brazilians  

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: trent1000
Posted 2013-09-14 21:13:08 and read 8550 times.

An interesting topic, but there is an A380 production thread where this information could be posted.
Is it necessary to start a new thread each time a carrier receives an A380?
I mean, there'd be 30+ separate "EK gets a new A380 delivery" threads...

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: mixalakhs
Posted 2013-09-14 23:32:37 and read 7997 times.

"Quoting mixalakhs (Reply 12):
noisy 777

You do understand that it's the engines that make the noise?"


There is no doubt that the 777 is a superb plane but when you have to fly for 12 hours, well for ME, noise is a big factor.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: warden145
Posted 2013-09-15 00:10:32 and read 7950 times.

Quoting trent1000 (Reply 32):
An interesting topic, but there is an A380 production thread where this information could be posted.
Is it necessary to start a new thread each time a carrier receives an A380?
I mean, there'd be 30+ separate "EK gets a new A380 delivery" threads...

I think I'm in the minority on this board, but I find it easier to get info when threads are more specific, than to see one gigantic thread on a general subject where you have to go through dozens or hundreds of posts on different sub-subjects before finding (or, in my case, not finding) the info you were looking for. In that context, I welcome this thread.  

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: LipeGIG
Posted 2013-09-15 13:09:04 and read 5873 times.

Quoting AM777LR (Reply 22):
I'm still hoping for MEX. With the SkyTeam hub in both ends, yields are healthy and with the 744's on their way out I think the A380 is a great replacement. But first, we need A380 gates at MEX. I would assume an AF A380 would be sent to terminal 2 at MEX, as terminal one would be horrible to handle the arivals of the IB A346, LH 748, BA 744 and a AF A380. The customes lines in MEX terminal 1 are horrible. Not to mention that taxi-ways would need to be widened, and a gate with two story jet ways. If it doesn't happen now, it will happen in the future. I sure hope MEX is the first A380 destination in Latin American but as of now it's looking more like GRU. Darn brazilians

Could not be GRU or MEX. It seems AF will upgauge both GIG and GRU for the World Cup.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Viscount724
Posted 2013-09-15 14:50:53 and read 5836 times.

Quoting mixalakhs (Reply 25):
You do understand that it's the engines that make the noise?"

On many, probably most, modern airliners most of the perceived noise in the cabin is from aerodynamic sources, not from the engines.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Revelation
Posted 2013-09-15 15:49:38 and read 5681 times.

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 28):
On many, probably most, modern airliners most of the perceived noise in the cabin is from aerodynamic sources, not from the engines.

Indeed. A few flights in a glider should suffice to convince oneself of this.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: lucky777
Posted 2013-09-15 18:10:39 and read 5534 times.

Quoting Daysleeper (Reply 23):
When reading posts like this I find it incredibly hard to understand how Americans have gained the reputation of being incredibly arrogant. But hey, I'm from a tiny European island, so what do I know

And yet you seem to have no problem seemingly painting all Americans with the same brush. Oh the irony. Pot, meet kettle  

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: flightsimer
Posted 2013-09-15 18:19:00 and read 5497 times.

Quoting trent1000 (Reply 24):

This delivery is effectively, at least for the foreseeable future, the last delivery of A380's to Air France. That can warrant its own thread.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: AirlineCritic
Posted 2013-09-15 22:10:30 and read 5227 times.

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 28):
On many, probably most, modern airliners most of the perceived noise in the cabin is from aerodynamic sources, not from the engines.

That, and airconditioning noise. It bugs me greatly that the world spends a lot of effort in improving engines, and then simple things like airconditioning just get ignored. It would be so easy to avoid the noise...

(I realize of course that there are passenger and environmental noise concerns, obviously the world's cities are not bothered by airconditioning noise inside aircraft, but many of the passengers are...)

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: AM777LR
Posted 2013-09-15 22:33:08 and read 5199 times.

Quoting LipeGIG (Reply 27):
Could not be GRU or MEX

I would not be to sure about that, according to this article, Both LH and AF have expressed desire to look into staring A380 operations at MEX. http://mexdfmagazine.com/2013/02/22/a-new-airport-for-mexico-city/ This article also highlights that a lot needs to be done in MEX for it to be able to receive the A380. Also, due to MEX's high altitude, (7,343'/2,238 m) a quad jet has better performance than a twin. Once AF retires their last 744, this route will most likely go to 77W until MEX is able to receive the A380.

Quoting LipeGIG (Reply 27):
It seems AF will upgauge both GIG and GRU for the World Cup.

Definitely! All airlines are upgaugeing GIG/GRU routes or staring new ones, I.e, LAX-GRU (AA). Hopefully we will see MEX-GIG! More and more Mexicans are visiting Brazil and vice versa due the visa restrictions being lifted.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: FlySSC
Posted 2013-09-16 03:16:58 and read 4844 times.

Initially, MEX was supposed to be among of the first AF A380 destinations ... But it seems AF changed its mind because of safety concerns on the ground and taxiing areas. The intense vehicule traffic and their speed on the apron at MEX seemed to be risky ... This was at the time of the AF A380 incident with a CRJ at JFK.
Since then, MEX was dropped by AF as a potential A380 destination. (That's what I heard from AF A380 Pilots themselves ...).

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: EddieDude
Posted 2013-09-16 07:41:28 and read 4487 times.

Quoting AM777LR (Reply 32):
Both LH and AF have expressed desire to look into staring A380 operations at MEX.

For LH, MEX will become a 748i destination. That can put to rest the rumors about LH sending the whale to MEX during the next few years.

Quoting FlySSC (Reply 33):
But it seems AF changed its mind because of safety concerns on the ground and taxiing areas. The intense vehicule traffic and their speed on the apron at MEX seemed to be risky ... This was at the time of the AF A380 incident with a CRJ at JFK.
Since then, MEX was dropped by AF as a potential A380 destination. (That's what I heard from AF A380 Pilots themselves ...).

Interesting FlySSC. Thanks for the info. I would say it is not only that. AF sends currently a 2-class 744 to MEX, which suggests that for them, unlike BA and LH, demand for F-class is very limited or even non-existing. The AF A380s have a large number of premium seats, including F seats, so even if it were technically feasible for MEX to receive the A380, it would not make commercial sense for AF to send one to MEX. Very few 744s will remain on the AF fleet for the next few years and MEX will remain one of the very few 744 routes. When they are finally retired, I would expect to see AF send 77Ws or, who knows, maybe another single decker twin, perhaps more than 7x weekly.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: na
Posted 2013-09-16 07:47:20 and read 4462 times.

Quoting mixalakhs (Reply 24):
There is no doubt that the 777 is a superb plane but when you have to fly for 12 hours, well for ME, noise is a big factor.

Definitely, and the narrow 10-abreast layout on the AF 777 makes it even worse! Go A380!

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: FoxBravo
Posted 2013-09-16 07:57:39 and read 4415 times.

Quoting mixalakhs (Reply 24):

There is no doubt that the 777 is a superb plane but when you have to fly for 12 hours, well for ME, noise is a big factor.
Quoting AirlineCritic (Reply 31):

That, and airconditioning noise. It bugs me greatly that the world spends a lot of effort in improving engines, and then simple things like airconditioning just get ignored. It would be so easy to avoid the noise...

Yes, you could probably make an aircraft cabin nearly silent with existing technologies. But would you really want to? Last time I flew on an AF A380 I was woken up by the person snoring two rows in front of me, not to mention every chime of the seatbelt sign, etc. I believe EK discovered something similar with the A380 crew rest area. When you're sharing a small space with several hundred other people, a certain amount of white noise is a good thing!

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: na
Posted 2013-09-16 08:01:58 and read 4390 times.

Quoting FoxBravo (Reply 36):
When you're sharing a small space with several hundred other people, a certain amount of white noise is a good thing!

Sure. But this certain level differs from one individual to another.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: laca773
Posted 2013-09-16 20:47:58 and read 3934 times.

Quoting AM777LR (Reply 22):
Quoting Miami (Reply 4):


I'm still hoping for MEX. With the SkyTeam hub in both ends, yields are healthy and with the 744's on their way out I think the A380 is a great replacement. But first, we need A380 gates at MEX. I would assume an AF A380 would be sent to terminal 2 at MEX, as terminal one would be horrible to handle the arivals of the IB A346, LH 748, BA 744 and a AF A380. The customes lines in MEX terminal 1 are horrible. Not to mention that taxi-ways would need to be widened, and a gate with two story jet ways. If it doesn't happen now, it will happen in the future. I sure hope MEX is the first A380 destination in Latin American but as of now it's looking more like GRU. Darn brazilians
Quoting EddieDude (Reply 34):
Interesting FlySSC. Thanks for the info. I would say it is not only that. AF sends currently a 2-class 744 to MEX, which suggests that for them, unlike BA and LH, demand for F-class is very limited or even non-existing. The AF A380s have a large number of premium seats, including F seats, so even if it were technically feasible for MEX to receive the A380, it would not make commercial sense for AF to send one to MEX. Very few 744s will remain on the AF fleet for the next few years and MEX will remain one of the very few 744 routes. When they are finally retired, I would expect to see AF send 77Ws or, who knows, maybe another single decker twin, perhaps more than 7x weekly.

This is a very interesting question, and I believe EddieDude answered the best.
I too see AF sending either a 3 class (JWY) 77W over anything else. Yes. There will be a capacity decrease, but then again, AF could send a 3 class 77E daily and fly a 77W either daily or 3-4 weekly.
Since MEX is not equipped for the A380, I don't see anyone rushing to ask to have the airport upgraded. Won't it have lots of performance problems too.
Further, I don't see AF ever needing to send a 4 class a/c to MEX. Their SkyTeam Partner, AM, only has Business too.
It will be wonderful for those of you who fly MEX-CDG when AM upgauges the service from a 762 to a 788. You all deserve an updated, nice product on this route.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: FlySSC
Posted 2013-09-16 23:52:31 and read 3750 times.

"P" Class or not won't soon be an indication for what type of aircraft can or can not be used to a destination : starting 2014, with the introduction of the new seats in J and P, the First Class "La Première" will be available ONLY on some B77W (new seats) and on the A380 ("old" seats). No more P on the B772ER. And on the B77W, the capacity will be reduced from 8 currently to only 4 suites.
Concerning the modification of the P Class on the A380, the decision is not taken yet. It could also be reduced or/and moved to the upper deck. It is even on study that it could also be simply removed on part of the fleet...

Concerning MEX, it is historically an important and profitable market for AF and the cooperation with AeroMexico within SkyTeam is doing quite well, so ....

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Someone83
Posted 2013-09-16 23:59:58 and read 3728 times.

Quoting flightsimer (Reply 30):
This delivery is effectively, at least for the foreseeable future, the last delivery of A380's to Air France. That can warrant its own thread.

MSN117/AF's 10th was convoyed on convoy 24/2013 last week, so will be delivered in 2014

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: sscaf001
Posted 2013-09-17 00:57:07 and read 3632 times.

Quoting FlySSC (Reply 39):
"P" Class or not won't soon be an indication for what type of aircraft can or can not be used to a destination : starting 2014, with the introduction of the new seats in J and P, the First Class "La Première" will be available ONLY on some B77W (new seats) and on the A380 ("old" seats). No more P on the B772ER. And on the B77W, the capacity will be reduced from 8 currently to only 4 suites.
Concerning the modification of the P Class on the A380, the decision is not taken yet. It could also be reduced or/and moved to the upper deck. It is even on study that it could also be simply removed on part of the fleet...

21 77w are currently in a P/J/W/Y config. 19 77W will be retrofitted with new P/J seats and the 2 other ones would be retrofitted in "COI" (C/S/M) configuration (14 "COI" 77W in the future).

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: FlySSC
Posted 2013-09-17 05:53:06 and read 3425 times.

Quoting sscaf001 (Reply 41):
2 other ones would be retrofitted in "COI" (C/S/M) configuration (14 "COI" 77W in the future).

Actually, this is no more called "COI" configuration as this version is now used on many other routes than the "COI" network ... (BKK, MCO, CUN ...). Moreover, the former "Alizée" class is now replaced by the standard "Premium Economy".

So, we have 3 different cabin config possible for the B77W :

8P / 67J / 28W / 200Y - 42J / 24W / 317 Y - 14J / 32W / 422Y

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: sscaf001
Posted 2013-09-17 06:15:37 and read 3369 times.

Quoting FlySSC (Reply 42):

I do agree with you. But the trouble is, that, even for these international destinations such as BKK, the service in Y is the same as for COI destinations ..... that's not clear for AF customers...

I've been told that the new configuration for 772 would be 0P / 16J / 24W / 252Y: is that true ? seemingly less and less premium seats......

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: flightsimer
Posted 2013-09-17 08:38:01 and read 3204 times.

Quoting Someone83 (Reply 40):

Damn, Thought I got away Scott free without anyone seeing that. I realized after I got up the next morning that this was the 9th not 10th, so my post was useless... But it was too late to edit it out.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: EddieDude
Posted 2013-09-17 15:06:03 and read 2913 times.

Quoting laca773 (Reply 38):
I too see AF sending either a 3 class (JWY) 77W over anything else. Yes. There will be a capacity decrease, but then again, AF could send a 3 class 77E daily and fly a 77W either daily or 3-4 weekly.

At times AF flew a combo of 77Es and A343s to MEX more than 7x weekly, so this would not be a surprise.

Quoting laca773 (Reply 38):
I don't see AF ever needing to send a 4 class a/c to MEX. Their SkyTeam Partner, AM, only has Business too.

It seems BA and LH can fill their F-class seats ex/into-MEX, but amybe it is not necessary for AF to offer F.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: United Airline
Posted 2013-09-18 01:24:03 and read 2679 times.

How many A380 options do they have?

Guess HKG will be a future A380 destination?

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: KarelXWB
Posted 2013-09-18 01:26:25 and read 2670 times.

I believe they have two options.

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: AF185
Posted 2013-09-18 02:01:17 and read 2617 times.

Quoting United Airline (Reply 46):
Guess HKG will be a future A380 destination?

I would guess PEK before HKG, unfortunately for us..

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: FlySSC
Posted 2013-09-19 14:07:52 and read 2037 times.

Quoting sscaf001 (Reply 43):
the service in Y is the same as for COI destinations

It's not "Y" class, it is sold as "M", which is a sort of discount economy.
I agree it can be confusing ...

Topic: RE: AF Just Received Its 9th A380
Username: Azure
Posted 2013-09-20 03:26:04 and read 1752 times.

Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 47):
I believe they have two options.

No, they had two options but cancelled one last spring, so there is one left (plus 3 firm orders to be delivered).
http://www.lefigaro.fr/flash-eco/201...0-air-france-annule-une-option.php


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