I think it depends on what you mean by 'ready'. A lot of people here talk as though lack of an appropriate gate or parking area means that an airport couldn't 'handle' the A380; but whether this is true depends on what they mean.
Certainly in, the case of an emergency, most bigger airports could handle the 380 in the sense that it doens't need abnormal runways or anything. The problem would be having the proper equipment to deplane pax and baggage, etc. (Some of these problems would come up with any new plane, of course.)
One area where this is a very important question, though, is taxiways.
The 380 could LAND at most major airports, but I believe there are concerns about it having room to move around properly once it's at the airport without accidentally stepping on some grass or sinking in, etc. I'm honestly not sure at how many airports this would be a problem, and maybe that's the real question here.
As for having terminals (specifically, gates) that are ready to handle the A380, there are very very few at this point. But why SHOULD there be any more right now? Obviously they are not needed for at least another year or two, and airports could in most cases modify gates fairly easily, I think. Of course, at airports that will be welcoming several A380 at once (i.e. FRA
, and especially DXB
), work must already be well underway on this, if not finished. (I'm not sure of any specifics at these airports, perhaps others could elaborate.) YUL
, for example, is currently not "A380 ready", I guess, insofar as there aren't currently any gates that are designed for the plane. However, there will be one in a matter of months, in plenty of time for anticipated AF
380 service in 2007. So, no worries!
Next flight.... who knows.