The Australian airline had no doubts about the super jumbo. She is already using it again. However, Qantas has one of its Airbus A380s gutted in California.
Qantas had no doubts. Australian airline set up camp after virus outbreak The 12 Airbus A380 pandemic in the California desert and in Los Angeles a. But until then she said she would be back. A super jumbo that has been completely or almost completely crossed out brings money, so the logic. It’s also good for airports with slot restrictions.
Thus, in January, Qantas returned the first Airbus A380 to service. Four planes are now back in the air. They fly from Sydney and Melbourne to Los Angeles, and soon fly from Sydney to London via Singapore.
The nose has already been removed
However, Qantas will no longer fly with twelve Airbus A380s. At Victorville Airplane Cemetery and Park in California’s Mojave Desert, technicians begin to disassemble a giant Australian airliner. In addition to the engines, the nose has already been removed. It is used as a warehouse for spare parts.
This is the machine that used to fly around the world with the VH-OQF registration number. She was delivered to Qantas in January 2010 and was christened Charles Kingsford Smith in honor of the Australian aviation pioneer. It looks like Qantas will keep 10 Airbus A380s and dismantle two to use their parts as spare parts.
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This is the first Qantas A380 aircraft to be canceled. The parts will be for parts and will be held at LAX and back in Australia. These photos were taken two days ago in Victorville. @keg767 Tweet embed # Qantas # A380 # Victorville #so sad pic.twitter.com/KIhZzN6iBc
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