The A380 would be a poor choice for most charter carriers IMHO.
Would be impossible to fill off-season, and a challenge to fill during the season. Even high density like LGW
, the charters are beginning to go for frequency with mid-size aircraft rather than less frequency with large aircraft. More choice for the customer, and more flexibility for the airline and charterer.
Also, the A380 would be very restricted on the destinations it would serve. For example, most Greek airports would simply not be possible to upgrade to a sufficient standard, and these can be very busy airports, ie CFU
. At least with smaller aircraft such as the 757/767 they can both operate there and sub up or down as demand requires.
A nice thought though, but think it would be unlikely. The A380 seems to be a true long-range aircraft, not what they are looking for. Also, even with all of their luggage, most of the valuable cargo space would often fly empty I guess.