More about A380
The largest commercial aircraft flying today
The A380 is the world’s largest commercial aircraft flying today, with capacity to carry 544 passengers in a comfortable four-class configuration. The A380 has two full-length passenger levels: a main deck and an upper deck, which are conveniently linked by fixed stairs forward and aft. Overall, its two decks offer an entire deck of floor surface more than the largest twin-engine aircraft, allowing airlines to optimize their cabin offering.
15 700 km
Inside the cockpit
Enjoy what more than 120 million people already have experienced aboard the A380
A new standard of air travel, as Airbus has incorporated the latest technology to improve passenger comfort and overall experience.
The A380 was designed with passengers in mind. Its improved aerodynamics, advanced flight control technology and commonality with all Airbus fly-by-wire airliners deliver a smooth, stable flight from takeoff to landing. Additionally, its innovative cockpit provides increased situational awareness for pilots – furthering travellers’ comfort aloft.
With the latest technology, passengers will enjoy the most environmentally-friendly widebody jetliner in the skies today. Composite materials account for 25 per cent of the A380’s structural weight, resulting in an aircraft that efficiently meets the aviation industry’s commitment to minimize greenhouse gas emissions – producing only 75 grams of CO2 per passenger kilometre. The A380 also reduces noise emissions with modern engines and its state-of-the-art aerodynamic design, ensuring the aircraft is able to operate at even the most noise-sensitive destinations.
Inside the cabin, relax and enjoy a peaceful environment with acoustic treatment and noise dampening technologies that provide an environment up to three-times quieter than the competition. At your seat, take advantage of the in-flight entertainment system with larger screens for all classes and which allows the passenger to stay connected, watch movies, listen to music or play games on demand.