LONDON – Emirates (EK), the world’s largest Airbus A380 operator, is likely to get more out of its superjumbos after the pandemic, when most global airlines are expected to permanently retire the aircraft from their fleets.
This is according to EK President Sir Tim Clark, who said that EK’ Airbus A380s still have a huge role to play in the airline’s business model in the future in spite of COVID-19.
The company grounded its fleet of 115 double-decker aircraft in March following COVID-19 related border closures. EK has only reintroduced the jet on a select number of popular routes.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”