What is the MTOW of A380?

What is the MTOW of A380?


Type MTOW [kg] LR [m]
Airbus A380-800 575,000 1930
Boeing 747-8F 447,700 1800
Boeing 747-8 443,613
Boeing 747-400ER 412,770

Why is the A380 so bad?

One reason commonly given for the A380’s failure is the move away from the ‘hub and spoke’ model of flying to direct, point-to-point flights. Historically, connecting travel was used to feed long haul routes.

Is Airbus A380 a failure?

Some argue that the A380 is too large, making it unprofitable when too many seats go unfilled. Since 2005, a total of 57 firm orders for the A380 have been cancelled by airlines including Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and Lufthansa. A cargo version of the plane also never took off because of a lack of interest.

What is the cruising speed of an A380?

652 mph
Airbus A380/Cruise speed

How many A380 will be built?

Airbus A380
Status In service
Primary users Emirates Singapore Airlines British Airways Qantas
Produced 2003–2021
Number built 251 (including three test aircraft) as of 31 August 2021

What’s the maximum weight of an Airbus A380 800?

The take-off length for the Airbus A380 800 is 2,900m at maximum weight at sea level, ISA +15° conditions and the initial cruise altitude is 35,000ft.

Why did Airbus stop the production of the A380?

With the downturn in travel due to Covid 19 and the reduction of interest by airlines in large four-engined aircraft, we now know that Airbus has ended the A380 program once present orders for the aircraft type are filled. Airbus A380 Specs Engines.

How tall is the upper deck of an Airbus A380?

A380 Deck Heights above the ground. Forward Doors Upper Deck range – 7.85 metres (25ft 9in) – 8 metres (26ft 3in) Lower Deck range – 5.09 metres (16 ft 8in) – 5.23 metres (17ft 2in) Rear Doors Upper Deck range – 7.92 metres (25ft 11in) – 8.11 metres (26ft 7in) Lower Deck range – 5.18 metres (16ft 11in) – 5.37 metres (17ft 4in)

What is the AC manual for the A380?

General The A380 AIRCRAFT CHARACTERISTICS – AIRPORT AND MAINTENANCE PLANNING (AC) manual is issued for the A380 series aircraft to provide necessary data to airport operators, airlines and Maintenance/Repair Organizations (MRO) for airport and maintenance facilities planning.