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  • World's Biggest Passenger Plane Lands in London

    Published: Friday, May 19, 2006
    The world's biggest passenger airliner landed at Europe's busiest airport Thursday to test whether London's Heathrow is ready for the Airbus A380.

    En route from the Berlin Air Show - where Airbus was showcasing the double-decker this week - the plane flew over the Airbus plant in north Wales, where the carrier's huge wings are made.

    "It is clearly quite a momentous day in U.K. aviation history," BAA Heathrow managing director Tony Douglas said before the aircraft's arrival.

    The A380 will stay at Heathrow for airport-compatibility tests before returning to Berlin early Friday.

    Heathrow operator BAA is spending some $850 million to upgrade the airport to accommodate the A380 and other anticipated ultra-large aircraft of the future. Other work has included runway resurfacing, upgrading runway lighting and the construction of new taxiways.

    Jane Wardell
    The Associated Press

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    AP Photo/Alastair Grant
    An Airbus A380 aircraft landing at London's Heathrow Airport on Thursday, May 18, 2006. The world's biggest passenger airliner landed for first time at Europe's busiest airport Thursday for tests to see if London Heathrow is ready for the Airbus A380. A phalanx of media, corporate guests, and curious plane-spotters were gathered at Heathrow for the aircraft's arrival.

    AirportBusiness
  • Giant A380 Set To Test Out Heathrow

    Published: Tuesday, May 16, 2006
    All being well, Thursday sees an Airbus A380 land at London airport for the first time to prove Heathrow's congested runways and terminals can take it. London-Singapore-Sydney will be the initial route for launch customer Singapore Airlines, once the first of 10 double-decker super jumbos are delivered later this year.

    So far, 159 have been ordered, with bulk discounts on the list price of US$295 million each. Emirates, Qantas, Malaysian and China Southern are among the customers.

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    AP Photo/Roberto Pfeil
    New Airbus A380 waits at Schoenfeld airport in
    Berlin Monday, May 15, after his arrival in Germany.
    The plane is one of the attractions at the International Air Show,
    which runs from May 16 until May 21, in Berlin.

    AirportBusiness
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