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First Asiana A380 breaks cover

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 28, 2014

The first Airbus A380 for Korean carrier Asiana has emerged from the manufacturer’s paint shop in Hamburg.

The first of six Asiana A380s rolls out of Airbus's Hamburg paint shop. (Airbus)
The first of six Asiana A380s rolls out of Airbus’s Hamburg paint shop. (Airbus)

The aircraft will now have its interior cabin, inflight entertainment system, air conditioning, lighting and other cabin amenities fitted in Hamburg before delivery to the airline in June.

The airline has six A380s on order and will operate them from Seoul to Asian and North American destinations.

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2 Comments

  • Mike Prendergast

    says:

    will we ever see these aircraft in Australia?

    • australianaviation.com.au

      says:

      Nothing announced yet Mike and with a fleet of only six, it’s likely these will be working hard to cover daily US runs plus Asian high-capacity regional services.
      Cheers
      Andrew

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