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First BA A380 in full livery

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 8, 2013
BA's first A380 rolls out of the Airbus paint shop in Hamburg. (Airbus)

Airbus has released images of the first A380 destined for British Airways. The aircraft was rolled out of Airbus’s Hamburg paint shop in early April.  The tail of the aircraft features some 10,000 dots that make up the flag logo.

The aircraft are being configured in a generous 469-seat, four-class layout. BA is selling tickets for its first A380 services to Los Angeles and Hong Kong, which start on October 15 and November 15 respectively. The airline’s first A380 is due to arrive in Heathrow in July.

First BA A380 in full livery

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 8, 2013
BA's first A380 rolls out of the Airbus paint shop in Hamburg. (Airbus)

Airbus has released images of the first A380 destined for British Airways. The aircraft was rolled out of Airbus’s Hamburg paint shop in early April.  The tail of the aircraft features some 10,000 dots that make up the flag logo.

The aircraft are being configured in a generous 469-seat, four-class layout. BA is selling tickets for its first A380 services to Los Angeles and Hong Kong, which start on October 15 and November 15 respectively. The airline’s first A380 is due to arrive in Heathrow in July.

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