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User currently offlineIliriBDL From Germany, joined May 2007, 1205 posts, RR: 14
Posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 15273 times:

Can we compile all the routes that the A380 currently does and the ones that will start in the coming months? (include all airlines)

Just want to know what airports (and countries) its serving. (and will serve)


Thanks in advance.  bigthumbsup 


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User currently offlineStitch From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 30999 posts, RR: 86
Reply 1, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 15286 times:
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SYD-SIN and SIN-LHR for SQ at the moment.

EK has said DXB-JFK will be one and I expect DXB-LHR and DXB-SYD will also be early routes.


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26997 posts, RR: 57
Reply 2, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 15262 times:

DXB-LHR-DXB starts on 10th December AFAIK JFK is September .

SQ / SIN-NRT starts 20th May to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Narita airport.

[Edited 2008-05-18 11:50:05]

User currently offlineSeansasLCY From Hong Kong, joined Mar 2007, 867 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 15263 times:

SIN-NRT begins 20th may. I believe EK DXB-JFK start oct 1st and DXB-LHR starts dec 1st.

User currently offlineBAKJet From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 744 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 15260 times:



Quoting Stitch (Reply 1):
SYD-SIN and SIN-LHR for SQ at the moment

Speaking of the A380 at LHR. Which gate does SQ's A380 usually use. I know that it is in Terminal 3, the same terminal I'll be flying out of and I have a 7:55 a.m. flight back to the US, so I'll probably be in the terminal when it arrives.

Also I believe QF is planning to use the A380 on MEL-LAX and back. (I could be wrong)


User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26997 posts, RR: 57
Reply 5, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 15233 times:



Quoting BAKJet (Reply 4):
Speaking of the A380 at LHR. Which gate does SQ's A380 usually use

I think its around gates 3-5


User currently offlineIliriBDL From Germany, joined May 2007, 1205 posts, RR: 14
Reply 6, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 15202 times:

How about ORD? Can we say 2009?


Another question, by the end of the year how many A380s will be in service?



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User currently offlineBAKJet From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 744 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 15169 times:



Quoting OA260 (Reply 5):
I think its around gates 3-5

Thanks for the fast reply. I just realized yesterday that I would be at LHR around the same time the A380 came in, I'm very excited about seeing the A380 in person.


User currently offlineN104UA From United States of America, joined Dec 2007, 914 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 15141 times:

QF has MEL-LAX and then SYD-LAX


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User currently offlineJetblueguy22 From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 2798 posts, RR: 4
Reply 9, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 15085 times:
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Quoting N104UA (Reply 8):
QF has MEL-LAX and then SYD-LAX

Do you have a timetable of when that starts. I would like to see one when I am in SYD.
Blue



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User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26997 posts, RR: 57
Reply 10, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 15 hours ago) and read 15042 times:



Quoting BAKJet (Reply 7):
Thanks for the fast reply. I just realized yesterday that I would be at LHR around the same time the A380 came in

No probs you should get some good views. There are some pics I took down at the gates here :::

http://www.airliners.net/aviation-fo...ums/trip_reports/read.main/125609/


User currently offlineLH4116 From Sweden, joined Aug 2007, 1714 posts, RR: 18
Reply 11, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 14 hours ago) and read 14959 times:

AF's first A380 route will be CDG-YUL. When LH gets their first A380, which route will it operate first?


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User currently offlineGemuser From Australia, joined Nov 2003, 5664 posts, RR: 6
Reply 12, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 14749 times:



Quoting IliriBDL (Reply 6):
Another question, by the end of the year how many A380s will be in service?

Is now apparently 13, 6 SQ, 4 EK & 3 QF, MSN 26 for QF has slipped into 2009.

Quoting Jetblueguy22 (Reply 9):
Quoting N104UA (Reply 8):QF has MEL-LAX and then SYD-LAX
Do you have a timetable of when that starts. I would like to see one when I am in SYD.
Blue

Depends on deliveries, but mid october is being mentioned. Also being mentioned is that the first route will be a MEL-LAX-SYD-MEL. with the first 2 aircraft and MEL-SYD-LAX-MEL with the second pair of aircraft, presumabley in Q1 2009.


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User currently offlineJacobin777 From United States of America, joined Sep 2004, 14968 posts, RR: 59
Reply 13, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 14664 times:



Quoting IliriBDL (Reply 6):
How about ORD? Can we say 2009?

I think we'll see LH bring in either the A380 by 2010 or the B748I sometime around then.

I do know LH management stated the B748I will be used for FRA-SFO ops.

I'm not so sure if we'll be seeing any other carrier bringing in the A380 to ORD anytime soon.. no .

I would have thought possibly KE bring in the A380 to ORD, but they've actually downguaged their route from a B744 to a B772ER.



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User currently offlineAri From UK - England, joined May 2005, 131 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 14624 times:

Thread a while ago said SQ will be deploying its A380 to PEK during the build up to the Olympics this summer no?

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User currently offlineAussie747 From Australia, joined Aug 2003, 1163 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 10 hours ago) and read 14510 times:



Quoting Jetblueguy22 (Reply 9):


Quoting N104UA (Reply 8):
QF has MEL-LAX and then SYD-LAX

Do you have a timetable of when that starts. I would like to see one when I am in SYD.
Blue

QF have suggested this could begin as soon as 01 OCT pending exact delivery dates, however only three will be delivered this year, with all aircraft dedication to LAX routes from both MEl and SYD. This suggests there will be enough for approx 10 weekly services to LAX over the Nth Winter. First delivery is scheduled for Around 22 August although yet to be confirmed. With training flights to be conducted over a period of approx 6 weeks. Where these will be conducted I don't have anything on that as yet and anything I'd imagine that comes out at the moment is speculative at best.


User currently offlineDLPhoenix From United States of America, joined Aug 2007, 419 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 10 hours ago) and read 14465 times:

And further extrapulation (Routes where airlines that ordered A380 could use more capacity, ord charge more for a better premium product):
SQ:
- SIN-NRT-SFO
- SIN-NRT-LAX
- SIN-FRA

QF:
- SYD-BKK-LHR

LH:
- FRA-ORD
- FRA-SFO? (748 route?)
- FRA-JFK
- FRA-IAD

AF:
- CDG-JFK
- CDG-LAX
- CDG-ATL? (Lots of DL connections, not so high a yield)
- CDG-NRT

EK:
Who knows, the filled 77Ws on routes I would have thought an A332 was overcapacity.

KE:
- ICN-LAX
- ICN-JFK
- ICN-CDG
- ICN-LHR


User currently offlineKaitak744 From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 2377 posts, RR: 3
Reply 17, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 10 hours ago) and read 14434 times:



Quoting DLPhoenix (Reply 16):
SQ:
- SIN-NRT-SFO
- SIN-NRT-LAX
- SIN-FRA

Singapore does not fly SIN-NRT-SFO. The route is SIN-HKG-SFO, and there is question whether the A380 can fly year round on this route with a sizable payload. After the obvious (LHR, SYD, NRT, PEK), I expect SQ to send the A380s to SIN-MEL, SIN-NRT-LAX, SIN-BOM?, SIN-HKG-SFO (if range permits)

Quoting DLPhoenix (Reply 16):
KE:
- ICN-LAX
- ICN-JFK
- ICN-CDG
- ICN-LHR

LHR? I don't think Korean Air has a big presence in LHR. They ordered 8 A380s, so I expect 2 if not 3 of them to be dedicated to LAX.


User currently offlineDLPhoenix From United States of America, joined Aug 2007, 419 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 14363 times:

Quoting Kaitak744 (Reply 17):
Singapore does not fly SIN-NRT-SFO

.
Thanks for the feedback. I beleive they will try to establish an A380 route to SFO. The current routing is either too long (HKG), or will result with overcapacity (ICN) -> This armchair CEO will switch the route to NRT.

Quoting Kaitak744 (Reply 17):
LHR? I don't think Korean Air has a big presence in LHR.

CDG is a Skyteam hub, They fly more O&D premium passengers to LHR (no hard data, just my own experience of a total of 3 flights on each route, the last more than 5 years ago).

Quoting Kaitak744 (Reply 17):
They ordered 8 A380s, so I expect 2 if not 3 of them to be dedicated to LAX.

3+ for LAX routes (twice daily)
2 for JFK routes
2+ for Europe routes

[Edited 2008-05-18 17:49:44]

User currently offlineIliriBDL From Germany, joined May 2007, 1205 posts, RR: 14
Reply 19, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 14325 times:



Quoting DLPhoenix (Reply 18):
2+ for Europe routes

I suppose FRA would be one?



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User currently offlineSuper80DFW From United States of America, joined Oct 2007, 1694 posts, RR: 11
Reply 20, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 14258 times:

QF: SYD-DFW (Sometime!)
EK: I know the A380 can't fly DXB-IAH nonstop, but would that be a one-stop possibility a few years down the line?
AF: I could definitely see them taking the A380 to ATL
BA: LHR-JFK
LH: FRA-ORD, FRA-IAD, could FRA-DEN happen?



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User currently offlinePhilSquares From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 8 hours ago) and read 14233 times:



Quoting DLPhoenix (Reply 16):
SQ:
- SIN-NRT-SFO



Quoting DLPhoenix (Reply 18):
Thanks for the feedback. I beleive they will try to establish an A380 route to SFO. The current routing is either too long (HKG), or will result with overcapacity (ICN) -> This armchair CEO will switch the route to NRT.

SQ 2/1 (SIN-HKG-SFO-HKG-SIN) is SQ's premier route, hence the 1/2 flight designation. The flight generates a fairly large yield and SQ has been able to charge a hefty premium for C/F seats. SQ 2/1 will stay as is and will eventually migrate to a 380. NRT-LAX is a dog of a route. The yields are depressed due to the competition in the route. If it weren't for the SIN-NRT-SIN traffic, my guess is you'd see the route downsized to a 77W.


User currently offlineZkpilot From New Zealand, joined Mar 2006, 4832 posts, RR: 9
Reply 22, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 13665 times:



Quoting BAKJet (Reply 4):
Also I believe QF is planning to use the A380 on MEL-LAX and back. (I could be wrong)



Quoting N104UA (Reply 8):
QF has MEL-LAX and then SYD-LAX

Yes in one form or other... here is what I have heard:

Quoting Gemuser (Reply 12):
first route will be a MEL-LAX-SYD-MEL. with the first 2 aircraft and MEL-SYD-LAX-MEL with the second pair of aircraft

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User currently offlineMAH4546 From Sweden, joined Jan 2001, 32783 posts, RR: 72
Reply 23, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 13565 times:



Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 20):
EK: I know the A380 can't fly DXB-IAH nonstop, but would that be a one-stop possibility a few years down the line?

An A380 can, IIRC, fly IAH-DXB non-stop.

Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 20):
AF: I could definitely see them taking the A380 to ATL

Never. They don't even use the 744 or 773 there as is. It's a 343 route. The A380 at AF will probably mainly go on high-density Asia flights.

Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 20):
LH: FRA-ORD, FRA-IAD, could FRA-DEN happen?

I doubt you will see them on any of those except maybe O'Hare. I'd expect them on high-density routes that don't necessarily need extra frequency, but could use extra capacity from Frankfurt or are slot controlled: Delhi, Miami, Tokyo, and Bangkok are good examples.



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User currently offlineORDRyan28 From United States of America, joined Jul 2006, 988 posts, RR: 16
Reply 24, posted (6 years 4 months 5 days 4 hours ago) and read 13095 times:



Quoting Jacobin777 (Reply 13):

I think we'll see LH bring in either the A380 by 2010 or the B748I sometime around then.

now I'm not sure since i've been out of the aviation world for a year, but last i heard hadn't LH say 2009 for ORD?

Quoting Jacobin777 (Reply 13):

I would have thought possibly KE bring in the A380 to ORD, but they've actually downguaged their route from a B744 to a B772ER

oh, that's jut great, as if ORD won't be A380 deprived already



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25 CityAirline : It's quite interesting, if LH deploys the A380 on the BKK route, will the flight then continue to SGN and KUL? Because right now that flight have tag-
26 FlySSC : ATL = No way. AF A380 will be sent first to JFK/YUL for training. Ater the delivery of the 3rd aircraft, NRT will be served DAILY, then PEK. SIN and/
27 Burkhard : I expect LH to go to Asia mainly, so FRA-NRT as example. There is the high yield, and there is where the premium product can be deployed first.
28 Ssides : With all due respect, I think you're being a bit overconfident on the number of A380s US airports will see. At least in the next 5 years, I think the
29 Thegeek : I heard a rumour that LHR would start before SYD-LAX. Not sure if it's true. The MEL-LAX-SYD-MEL idea seems a strange one. Are they going to give up
30 FlySSC : So will AF ...
31 Zkpilot : Know MEL-LAX-SYD-MEL for the first two aircraft then MEL-SYD-LAX-MEL for the next ones. After that SYD-SIN-LHR is the most likely startup. Initially
32 Robbie86 : I thought LH would deploy their first 380 to DEL and BOM if they manage to get their airports ready?
33 CHRISBA777ER : BA LHR-SIN LHR-BKK LHR-JNB LHR-LAX LHR- HKG LHR-BOM LHR-DEL VS LHR-LAX LHR-HKG LHR-NRT LHR-MIA (maybe) QF SYD/MEL - LAX SYD/MEL - BKK - LHR SYD/MEL -
34 JFK787NYC : I see LH, AF & BA dumping there A380s into JFK to reduce costs and flights to JFK. In this economy the A380 is a must have for any major company becau
35 Jamincan : Does anyone know if the bilateral restrictions on EK and SQ to Canada are restricted by the number of seats, or is it simply by frequency? Perhaps eit
36 Ssides : Do you think loads/yields on these routes (or the relatively short distance in the case of KHI, RHU, KWI and ISB) will justify an A380? I know EK has
37 Singapore_Air : Why would these routes be suitable for Singapore Airlines A380 operations may I ask?
38 CHRISBA777ER : Its a bit different with these citypairs - EK send their heaviest metal on routes to Saudi and Kuwait especially because the block times are very low
39 CHRISBA777ER : Do they go non-stop now, or do they still go via TPE? or NRT- I know the A345s do, but they are all C-class configured, correct?[Edited 2008-05-19 04
40 Gemuser : I would assume that a pair of B744ER would operate MEL-SYDLAX-MEL as soon as the A380 starts MEL-LAX-SYD-MEL. What s being described is an aircraft r
41 Singapore_Air : Well Singapore Airlines are still flying SINTPELAX (SQ028/SQ027). They experimented with the B77W but found that market conditions were not conducive
42 CHRISBA777ER : TPE low yields I get, but since the A388 cannot do SIN-LAX non-stop (correct me if I'm wrong) then they have to fuelstop somewhere. They sell tickets
43 PhilSquares : I disagree. The issue is not low yields, per se, but the fact the aircraft can generate better returns on other routes. The size of the Y cabin has n
44 Singapore_Air : Oh of course, but perhaps via Tokyo Narita. That would be very popular and yields would be acceptable for their all-glorious internal evaluation on r
45 Thegeek : I don't see why. It makes the most sense to have the first A388 operate MEL-LAX exclusively as it's the most efficient aircraft and gets the most adv
46 CHRISBA777ER : Do they go via NRT at the moment? (sorry not written on SQ for a long time). If its choice between the two then yes NRT would be vastly better, but i
47 Singapore_Air : Yeah SQ12 SINNRTLAX / SQ11 LAXNRTSIN with a B744. You should write on SQ some time. I'm confident it'll be fascinating and you'd have fun doing it. A
48 CityAirline : I don't think they'll send it there, atleast not in the begining. Check the frequencies/routings and you'll see why, they don't even have nonstop to
49 CHRISBA777ER : I'm an airline analyst - i doubt very much that writing another credit report on SQ will make me see why you are obssessed with them. I do them about
50 Fuffla : EK has DXB-SYD-AKL in the system from February i believe. It will replace the A345 direct flight (DXB-SYD-CHC), however the final segment will change
51 Jacobin777 : 2009-2010 is probably where I think we'll see service..which isn't too far anyway.. I don't think ORD would really have seen too many A380's as it is
52 8herveg : I don't think BA will use the A380 for LHR-JFK....I think they want frequency on that route, which will mean slightly smaller aircraft (B747, B777) a
53 Stratus24 : Does SQ operate a route from SIN- EWR-SIN and if so what would be the probability of using the A-380? Is the pax demand high enough?
54 PhilSquares : The probability is about 0! The 345 is at the long end of it's range, the 380 isn't even close.
55 DLPhoenix : ??? They will have a hard time filling an A320/B738 out of LCA. Disclaimer: I thout the same thing about DXB-NCL. DLP
56 CHRISBA777ER : I believe they have a daily service using 772 already in the summer, and A332 in the winter. Also I think their Malta flights call there too. IIRC th
57 Radarbeam : As mush as it pains me YUL is no longer a A380 destination. This was announced by AF when the A380 visited YUL last year. AF North American director
58 CHRISBA777ER : I have to say that amazes me. I wrote on AF/KL the other week and saw some example city-pair examples - YUL was one of them. My understanding was tha
59 Ssides : Well, I'll keep my fingers crossed and hope you are correct! Despite our "mega-hub" status, we always seem to lose the "sexy" aircraft, carriers and
60 FlySSC : YUL for the first training flights JFK then NRT, then PEK. BKK = no way. Not a premium destination. AF doesn't even send a B77W there. HKG = Very unl
61 Tullamarine : Does anyone know when SQ plan to start SIN-MEL with the A380? The reason I ask is SQ has put up a number of billboards around Melbourne advertising th
62 Zkpilot : I'd imagine that would be their next route now that they have SYD-SIN-LHR up and running.
63 ZK-NBT : After atleast 1 US route most likely HKG-SFO, I'd expect MEL to be high up the list and probably see the A380 sometime in 2009.
64 Gemuser : The reason DFW will work in this case is OneWorld! Which was born of the QF/AA cooperation, which QF service into DFW will kick up to the next level.
65 LJ : As far as I know MH still plans to send the A380 on the KUL-AMS route
66 Thegeek : I think it is practically certain that QF will fly to DFW from SYD, but whether or not this route will justify an A380 is less certain. A 787-9 confi
67 Gemuser : What do you mean by "more easily"? If you mean range, not really. Out to about 8,000 nm its a wash between the A380 & B787, the A380 is carrying more
68 Ssides : Gemuser, as a DFW loyalist I would absolutely LOVE to see QF fly the A380 to my home airport, but I simply don't see it happening, at least any time
69 MAH4546 : 12 A380s is just about right for BA to send two daily each to SFO, LAX, MIA, HKG, and JNB. I wouldn't be surprised if those five saw the A380s, give
70 Gemuser : I think that's a possibility, but it's actually better if you connect to AA, as you then fly into LGA. The A380 would have to go into JFK. I don't kn
71 Thegeek : Yes, range. Airbus list the range of the A380 as 8200nm, and Boeing list the range of the B789 as 8000nm - 8500nm. My understanding is that the 8500n
72 Stgs1988 : On the AR EZE - MAD would it be possible to see the A380 in MIA maybe as it is AR 's "2 scd. destination" ?
73 Jacobin777 : I think MIA would be interesting especially with it being B744s' right now...as well as DEL, BOM...but we'll see what happens once all of the other I
74 LEEDS19 : Absolutely agree with this.it has been in the press of late how there is a shortage of Capacity on Direct Gulf region -Manila flights.It is estimated
75 Gemuser : The payload/range charts show the A380 carrying its max pax load (51 tonnes) for 8,000 nm, the B788 (28.8 tonnes) for about 8,200 nm. The A380 reache
76 Teme82 : When KF (Blue 1) had ordered A380??
77 Thegeek : I think you've just shown that weight restrictions might be more severe on the A380, but only slightly. The pax load might be the killer. The ONLY re
78 Jacobin777 : KF is "Kingfisher"....
79 Teme82 : Nope IATA code for Kingfisher is IT and ICAO code is KFR
80 Jacobin777 : Ya' got me..I have to admit I was wrong.... ...
81 Lightsaber : Actually, from the noise I'm hearing, HND is most likely going to be the designated point for middle-east and India expansion! But will HND be A380 r
82 LAXDESI : HKG-SFO is 6019 nm, and DFW-SYD is 7454 nm. DXB-IAH is 7,097 nm. Airbus site lists 8,200 nm as the range with max. passengers. HKG-SFO with full payl
83 PhilSquares : HKG-SFO, will be very easy for the 380 to make all year long. However, the problem becomes going SFO-HKG in the winter. While the no wind distance is
84 Thegeek : Ouch!! So it's likely to fly a bit less than 4/5 of it's still air range. Even so, the still air range of the A380 is slightly increased over the 744
85 Ssides : As a Texan, I certainly hope you are right (unfortunately, I won't believe it until I see it
86 PhilSquares : The 380 cruises at about .83-.84, so it's slight slower than the 744. I don't catch your point about altitude flexibility, since that's already count
87 Thegeek : It's generally quoted on this board as 0.85. Wikipedia says this is what it is, but it isn't verifiable on airbus.com (no value is listed). My point
88 PhilSquares : In the winter season, the jet comes down and approximates a path that is the NOPAC routes (westbound). Since there is no flex track system Westbound,
89 Delta763 : I think the idea of ordering an A380 to save on fuel is kinda silly. DL needs to cut capacity, not add it. Right now the 777s are being used for thei
90 Thegeek : Not directly, no. It is a factor in the range of the aircraft on certain routes though. I thought it was you that pointed that out to me a little whi
91 PhilSquares : Wasn't me, the 343 and 744 are two completely different aircraft that have two entirely different missions.
92 JoFMO : I would not discard any airport EK flies to. Even though DBX-IAH is currently a little bit too far for the A380.
93 LAXDESI : So with ground distance of 6,400 nm, and a 100 knots wind penalty of 1,400 nm, the effective SFO-HKG distance is around 7,800 nm--still under A380's
94 Gemuser : You could be right! As for back tracking, take the Texas western boarder, extend that line due north until you hit the Canadian boarder. Half of the
95 Ssides : In population terms, I'd say that almost 3/4 of the US population wouldn't have to back track. The biggest metro areas west of DFW are LA, San Diego,
96 Thegeek : A fair question, and I actually don't remember. I guess I should have qualified my assertion. It makes a fair bit of sense though, so long as they ca
97 LAXDESI : Is it even possible for year round operations given SYD-DFW is 7,454 nm(Great Circle)? I quote the following to explain my doubts:
98 Thegeek : But the SFO->HKG flight has to fly through higher latitudes where the winds are stronger. It's not quite as bad in the tropics, or at least that's wh
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Cargojet Current And Future Fleet posted Sun Jun 8 2003 00:37:44 by Fly_yhm
773 Current And Future Customers posted Thu Sep 20 2001 15:30:21 by Airbus380
NW's Fleet: Current And Future posted Tue Oct 10 2006 08:35:36 by Centrair
Air Canada A330-300 Routes Now And Future! posted Tue Nov 30 1999 00:02:32 by DenSpotter
Engine Selection Of Current And Future 787 Orders posted Mon Dec 19 2005 03:26:47 by 1337Delta764
LH's Future A380 Routes (and 748) posted Sun Sep 16 2007 01:09:54 by GlobeEx
Current And Future Of SQ744? posted Sun Apr 17 2005 06:07:23 by Carlcowkau
Finnair MD-11 Routes And Future? posted Mon Dec 3 2007 11:41:45 by Chris78cpr
Cargojet Current And Future Fleet posted Sun Jun 8 2003 00:37:44 by Fly_yhm
773 Current And Future Customers posted Thu Sep 20 2001 15:30:21 by Airbus380
1st A380 EK Routes : India And Pakistan. posted Wed Sep 20 2006 18:02:34 by FCKC
Air Canada A330-300 Routes Now And Future! posted Tue Nov 30 1999 00:02:32 by DenSpotter
LH's Future A380 Routes (and 748) posted Sun Sep 16 2007 01:09:54 by GlobeEx
Finnair MD-11 Routes And Future? posted Mon Dec 3 2007 11:41:45 by Chris78cpr
1st A380 EK Routes : India And Pakistan. posted Wed Sep 20 2006 18:02:34 by FCKC
Air Canada A330-300 Routes Now And Future! posted Tue Nov 30 1999 00:02:32 by DenSpotter
LH's Future A380 Routes (and 748) posted Sun Sep 16 2007 01:09:54 by GlobeEx
Finnair MD-11 Routes And Future? posted Mon Dec 3 2007 11:41:45 by Chris78cpr
773 Current And Future Customers posted Thu Sep 20 2001 15:30:21 by Airbus380
Engine Selection Of Current And Future 787 Orders posted Mon Dec 19 2005 03:26:47 by 1337Delta764
Finnair MD-11 Routes And Future? posted Mon Dec 3 2007 11:41:45 by Chris78cpr
DL Africa Routes - Current And Planned? posted Mon May 5 2008 13:28:20 by Transpac787
1st A380 EK Routes : India And Pakistan. posted Wed Sep 20 2006 18:02:34 by FCKC
Air Canada A330-300 Routes Now And Future! posted Tue Nov 30 1999 00:02:32 by DenSpotter
Current And Future Of SQ744? posted Sun Apr 17 2005 06:07:23 by Carlcowkau
1st A380 EK Routes : India And Pakistan. posted Wed Sep 20 2006 18:02:34 by FCKC
NW's Fleet: Current And Future posted Tue Oct 10 2006 08:35:36 by Centrair
LH's Future A380 Routes (and 748) posted Sun Sep 16 2007 01:09:54 by GlobeEx
Cargojet Current And Future Fleet posted Sun Jun 8 2003 00:37:44 by Fly_yhm
Engine Selection Of Current And Future 787 Orders posted Mon Dec 19 2005 03:26:47 by 1337Delta764
773 Current And Future Customers posted Thu Sep 20 2001 15:30:21 by Airbus380
Finnair MD-11 Routes And Future? posted Mon Dec 3 2007 11:41:45 by Chris78cpr
Current And Future Of SQ744? posted Sun Apr 17 2005 06:07:23 by Carlcowkau
Air Canada A330-300 Routes Now And Future! posted Tue Nov 30 1999 00:02:32 by DenSpotter
1st A380 EK Routes : India And Pakistan. posted Wed Sep 20 2006 18:02:34 by FCKC
Cargojet Current And Future Fleet posted Sun Jun 8 2003 00:37:44 by Fly_yhm
LH's Future A380 Routes (and 748) posted Sun Sep 16 2007 01:09:54 by GlobeEx
773 Current And Future Customers posted Thu Sep 20 2001 15:30:21 by Airbus380
Finnair MD-11 Routes And Future? posted Mon Dec 3 2007 11:41:45 by Chris78cpr
1st A380 EK Routes : India And Pakistan. posted Wed Sep 20 2006 18:02:34 by FCKC
Air Canada A330-300 Routes Now And Future! posted Tue Nov 30 1999 00:02:32 by DenSpotter
LH's Future A380 Routes (and 748) posted Sun Sep 16 2007 01:09:54 by GlobeEx
Finnair MD-11 Routes And Future? posted Mon Dec 3 2007 11:41:45 by Chris78cpr
1st A380 EK Routes : India And Pakistan. posted Wed Sep 20 2006 18:02:34 by FCKC