Is it all over for the A380 superjumbo?

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Is it all over for the A380 superjumbo?

Post  Sirop14 on Thu Mar 03, 2016 9:38 am

Is it all over for the A380 superjumbo?

IT WAS the superstar of the skies, but an Airbus executive has revealed the golden days of the A380 superjumbo could soon be over.
Chief Financial Officer Harald Wilhelm told investors at a meeting in London this week that the world’s biggest passenger plane could be discontinued as early as 2018 due to a slump in sales.
Mr Wilhelm admitted that the company has failed to find a single airline buyer for the jet this entire year. That’s despite orders for its other models booming, such as the A330 single-aisle plane, Bloomberg reports.
Airbus poured $30 billion into developing the double-decker jet, a move that it could regret.
In its seven years of operation, just 318 of the A380s have been sold, compared to the 1200 Airbus predicted that airlines would require.

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We trust everybody at Le Cannelle, that Seychelles and elsewhere the EU high institutions - yesterday we wrote - we are meant to work make impute and contribute and yet say nothing, not write about it and tell the world - research our community forums and blogs what we have been writing about EADS/Airbus our role to drive and synergize some of their business models - it started several years ago - much more important when they had that mega economic situation and strike those French families and other who requested we helped, what we did with in three months the situation had stabilized and Airbus/EADS to support an EU Seychelles Community project in Normandy before that refugee explosion - their Foundation in writing/Black and white. The miserable bunch in Normandy - they should save Airbus toast. We also Trust the French Inteligence Service, the French Foreign Minister, the Immigration Department and all those who work with exile/refugees our request to transfer our exile status in France. While there are hundreds of thousands of criminals, thieves being allowed into France on humanitarian grounds. They ought to go and help Airbus/EADS


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