Super-jumbos on way

August 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;8/4/2006, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the prediction that there will be more than 30 A380 superjumbos will be cruising Australian flight paths by 2025. According vice-president market forecasts and research Laurent Rouaud, all existing A380 jets on Australian routes. In December 2006, the A380 will be launch commercially when first-customer Singapore Airlines takes delivery of the mega-jet.


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