EVERY Airline WANTS Airbus A380 - Here's Why

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The A380, once beloved, has struggled in recent years, and experts thought it would die. This was no fault of the aircraft itself, as the major airlines shifted their gaze from widebody aircrafts to smaller aircrafts, even for long-haul travel. But Airlines are now taking certain steps with the A380’s that might seem a bit unusual. So, what are they? You would expect that the A380 would be the dream aircraft of every airliner due to its comfortability and high capacity. But from airline owners’ point of view, they seemed to have their fair share of problems with it. The onset of the COVID pandemic did little to improve the situation, and Airbus ceased to produce more of it as the orders seemed to cease. We saw airlines go for the smaller Boeing 747, which they see as more efficient for profits. Want to watch more, please SUBSCRIBE for many more videos like these. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍🤍youtube.com/channel/UCEZx6M1xvBInkoe3fKm24ZA New Videos EVERY WEEK #airbusa380 #airbus

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Juliana Cristina
2023-02-04 13:11:57

Amo!! 😍 youtube.com/results?search_query=%23teama380 #TeamA380 youtube.com/results?search_query=%23teamairbus #TeamAirbus

Rich C
2023-02-04 09:54:57

Funniest video i've seen in weeks.
The AI program you used to make this video is short on the "I".

aircrafts? comftorbility? the orders seem to cease? slipping demand was more of a financial cause? kantas? where the a380 is notorious?
for some reason the demand for air travel naturally decreased? several international travelers? the horde of orders?
when demand picks up at the end of 2020 and the winter of 2023? etc, etc, etc...

Also, the a380 didn't fail because of ticket prices, it failed because people didn't want to fly to 'hubs' and then take connecting flights to their destination.
In addition, airlines are only bringing them back because they discovered they can't sell them, so they need to make something from them instead of letting them sit around and rot.

Pork Mashups
2023-02-04 04:56:48

As an Aussie, the way you pronounced Qantas and Melbourne made me die inside

James E Stubbs
2023-01-29 05:26:12

A380 is a aircraft looking to solve a non-existent need. It was released a decade too late to take real advantage of the dying spoke and hub system in favor of smaller, more efficient aircraft flying direct to destination flights.

Gavin Swan
2023-01-28 04:36:28

Not too bad, but a lot of inconsistencies in this video and many shortcuts taken. Frequency between LHR and LAX is bad news for the A380 as customers demanding frequency are shunning the A380. You can't pronounce Qantas. I don't think BA is a 'staunch' A380 supporter - relative to the size of their fleet, their commitment to the A380 was light. The A380 and its fortunes have little to do with Winter schedules. Is it Winner 2023 or Winter 2023 on your graphics? Qantas' decision to ditch the A380 on the Melbourne to LAX route is not baffling and it is well explained by the airline: they will be back when they have bought all of their A380s back in to service and is therefore only temporary whilst they focus on the premium SYD/LAX and LYD/LHR routes. The 787s do not have 8 first class seats, they have none. The plural of aircraft is aircraft, not aircrafts. Just a few things that have been picked up. A little more research will go along way...

Bloodgod40
2023-01-27 01:38:21

There's only so much of a comeback it can make when they aren't making them anymore. And before anyone says "the airlines can just order some more then" it's not a simple matter of that. Typically when the production run of a large airplane like this reaches its expected end, the jigs, tooling and machinery used to build it is recycled, rather than left sitting around taking up space. This then cements the end of production, since restarting production at that point would involve rebuilding the tooling first, which would make the production run super expensive. Ergo I'd say the existing a380s are all we're going to get. They will stay in service for perhaps 25 - 30 years, then when their hull life times out they will be retired, and that will be all she wrote for the a380.

waqar khan
2023-01-26 19:41:06

this plane is made for the long haul flights

waqar khan
2023-01-26 19:40:05

I hope it's come back for good this time

Paul Ferreira
2023-01-26 00:05:34

“Aircrafts?” 😅

Ar Sx
2023-01-24 15:30:32

Hmm.... Melbourne was mispronounced :(

James Barnes
2023-01-24 10:24:23

As a passenger I would choose the A380 every time for my long haul flights. Airframe before Airline in my book.

Noahsart
2023-01-24 08:05:27

Love the a380

Quivo P
2023-01-23 23:06:11

Which airlines go for the 747? Only 3 airlines operate the 747 nowadays.

Judy MacGillivary
2023-01-22 21:24:30

When did Australia get an airline named Con-tus? Also name one order that was switched from the A380 to the 747 in the 2020s? The last 747s that were built are cargo aircraft. There is no A380 cargo variant. Neither had sales that could sustain further production.

You have great production values but wide bodied holes in your content.

Nguyen Bui
2023-01-22 16:09:29

Word salad video on a topic the content creator has very little expertise about.

Ben Goacher
2023-01-22 10:33:03

If I were an airline exec I would tailor the aircraft to be ultra luxury. Target the ultra high net worth individuals who would otherwise fly in a private jet. I'm talking multi person suites, full internet connectivity, bathrooms, lounges etc. Make the entire plane catered to high end users and run them on high capacity routes like Dubai - London, or Paris - New York, Singapore - Dubai, any route where lots of ultra rich people will travel. Then you can charge whatever you like for the experience safe in the knowledge that people with that much money will pay whatever the price to fly in that level of comfort. Also it would mean Holywood A listers will fly commercial jet instead of private without having to rub shoulders with the great unwashed. Meaning bonus "Sustainability" points. You could even make it chartered, flying in celebs for events like Wimbledon, or Indy500 or whatever.

Dimitris Tsonis
2023-01-22 08:07:48

What a stupid and misinformated channel.
Airlines didn't stop buying A380 in order to buy 747 (as you day in 43"), they stopped buying both of them.

Vanilla macaron
2023-01-22 07:18:09

Was this script written by AI?

J Smith
2023-01-22 02:16:20

Got your FACTS ... wrong!

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