How many A380 does Thai Airways have?
|Airbus A380-800||6||Early retirement due to COVID-19 pandemic.|
|Boeing 737-200||3||Transferred from Thai Airways Company.|
|1||Exploded as Flight 114|
What happened to Thai Airways A380?
Thai is slated to retire all of its Airbus A380s and A330s, as well as its Boeing 747s, leaving the carrier with more modern, fuel-efficient jets such as the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787. According to Cirium fleets data, the airline has: 11 Boeing 747-400s in storage, with the oldest delivered in 1990.
Are A380s still being made?
Updated. Airbus has officially confirmed the end of A380. Because of the lack of airline demand, the superjumbo production is to cease in 2021. The previous order, which included the A330-900 and the A350-900 was nowhere to be seen in Airbus’ Orders & Delivery data.
Are they still building A380s?
Airbus completed initial assembly of the last A380, the world’s largest passenger plane, at its production plant in Toulouse, France, on Wednesday. … The last A380 is one of eight that Dubai-based Emirates still has on order. Emirates is the largest operator of A380s with a fleet of 115 in service.
How many 747 are still in service?
There were 441 Boeing 747 aircraft in active airline service as of September 2021, comprising 6 747-100s, 19 747-200s, 4 747-300s, 266 747-400s, and 146 747-8s.