UPDATE: 17/09/09 - Table updated to include Emirates Seoul, South Korea route which commences 1 December 2009 with daily flights between Dubai (DXB) and Seoul (ICN). See route summary (below) for details.
UPDATE: 11/09/09 - Emirates announce plans to commence daily A380 flights between Dubai & Paris. See route summary which has been updated to reflect the new route which will be operational from 1 February 2010.
UPDATE: 31/08/09 - Emirates have announced plans to return the A380 to their Dubai to New York route in the first half of 2010 due to improving passenger numbers. The carrier originally pulled the airline in March 2009 due to the downturn in the aviation industry. As yet the number of returning service is unknown... stay tuned for more as it is announced
UPDATE: 16/07/09 - Air France have announced they will be commencing A380 service between Paris and New York (JFK). [Update: 04/08/09 - See route summary which has been updated to reflect new route which will be operational from 23 November 2009]
UPDATE: 17/07/09 - Singapore Airlines announce plans to commence daily A380 flights between Melbourne & Singapore. See route summary which has been updated to reflect new route which will be operational from 29 September 2009.
Since taking to the sky for its first commercial flight on 25th October 2007 the flagship Airbus A380 has continued to draw passenger wanting to experience the jet for themselves. At present 17 A380 are in service operated by Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Qantas. As the number of planes in service has increased, so too has the number of destinations they now service.
Currently 18 destinations exist across the three companies networks, however some flights on these route are still operated by older aircraft including 747's and 777's. As such for passengers wanting to plan their trip to travel on the super-jumbo picking the rights flight remains important.
Below is a summary of each route flown by the A380 plus the relevant carrier, flight number, departure and arrival time, weekly schedule and the classes offered by each carrier. I hope this proves useful for those trying to plan their trip to experience this spectacular aircraft:
Click on the following table to view all current A380 routes and schedules...
Note: Routes correct as at 17/09/2009 (Updated)
Or to see all the routes on a map visit the following page...