Airbus A380-900 - the future superjumbo

Airbus A380-900, the future superjumbo (video)

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I am impressed with how civil aviation and aircraft have evolved over the last 20 years. Currently, the battle for blue sky supremacy is taking place between Boeing and Airbus, which are the largest companies producing civilian and freight commercial aircraft.

Boeing is now proud of the new 747-8i. Boeing 747-8 is a completely new aircraft, built on the characteristics of the Boeing 747 series. The aircraft has considerably improved aerodynamics with new wing tips, being much more eco-efficient.

Gent GEnx-2B engines use 15% less fuel / passenger and CO2 emissions are much lower. Moreover, the emissions of zogmot were reduced by 30%. The first aircraft delivered is configured in 3 classes and has 362 seating capacity.

But it is not the largest aircraft on the market. Airbus has managed to manufacture a model with full 2 floors and we are talking about A380-800 superjumbo here. It flew for the first time in 2005, but the first plane was delivered to Singapore Airlines only in 2007. The aircraft was designed to carry 555 passengers in a configuration with 3 classes or 853 in a single class configuration.

A comparison between the Airbus A380-800 and the future Airbus A380-900

But that's not all. The structures were designed to be used not only on a cargo version, but also on a longer version - A380-900. This may be the future superjumbo, and the Airbus plan is to increase the transport capacity to approximately 1000 of passengers, provided the aircraft is configured in a single class.

Airbus A380-800 at present

Tom Williams, Airbus Executive Vice President, said the Airbus A380 project has been designed from the outset to support expansion. The wings have been designed for much larger aircraft, so stretching the fuselage can be made very easy. So there are great chances for 2020 to walk with A380-900 or even bigger planes.

Airbus A380 aircraft assembly

Lufthansa and Air France-KLM are the first airlines interested in the new generation of Airbus A380-900 aircraft.

4 Comments
  1. […] Airlines. Currently, there is only the Airbus A380-800, but there are rumors announcing an A380-900 and even A380-1000. The very large wings allow the fuselage to be adjusted. There is a lot to tell […]

  2. [...] however, there are airline operators who want bigger aircraft. This is how the Airbus A380-900 project appeared, a plane that will be able to transport up to 1000 passengers. Lufthansa and Air France-KLM are […]

  3. [...] officially, Airbus is preparing something new in the A380 family. There have been rumors of larger models, A380-900 and A380-1000. At the same time, the airlines owned by A380 were interested in […]

  4. […] Based on a larger, more spacious and efficient model. Some were predicting the emergence of the A380-900. Even Emirates, which owns the largest fleet of super-jumbo aircraft, showed […]

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