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Singapore Airlines rescues another Airbus A380 from the desert

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After the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger transport aircraft, was severely criticized for inefficiency during the worst moments of the air crisis caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, better days start to appear on the horizon of the two-story behemoth.

While some airlines chose to retire most or all of their A380s, others consider the type as a viable option for some routes, especially given evidence that aviation in certain markets may resume sooner than expected.

After the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger transport aircraft, was severely criticized for inefficiency during the worst moments of the air crisis caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, better days start to appear on the horizon of the two-story behemoth.

While some airlines elected to retire most or all of their A380s, others consider the type as a viable option for some routes, especially given evidence that aviation in certain markets may resume sooner than expected.

This is the second aircraft that Singapore Airlines has saved from the Alice Springs storage facility; the first was transported in February but has yet to be commissioned, so the 9V-SKW will have to join the «waiting list» in order to begin operations.

The corporation intends to progressively remove the Airbus A380 airplanes stored in the desert and prepare them for maintenance as soon as possible.


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