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Air France permanently axes its A380 fleet with immediate effect

Air France permanently axes its A380 fleet with immediate effect

5/21/2020 1:21:00 PM

Air France permanently axes its A380 fleet with immediate effect

The superjumbo is close to the end of its production run after demand switched to smaller jets, and airlines have been idling the double-decker temporarily because of the coronavirus crisis.

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Airbus 380 the best flying machine. What a fabulous airplane and the reason I often chose Air France. I will miss it. Is this a good decision? Big vanity project flop. Just can’t replace the 747 or compete with the 777 We were warned...back to work quickly

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