Airbus A380-800



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Airbus A380-800 The Airbus A380 was first launched in 2000 and entered service in 2007. It was designed to meet the growing demand for air travel and to offer a more efficient and comfortable alternative to the Boeing 747. It has been a popular choice for airlines around the world, and it has been used on a variety of routes, including long-haul flights, high-density routes, and even cargo flights.

The A380 is a technologically advanced aircraft with a number of features that make it one of the most efficient and comfortable passenger aircraft in the world. Is one of the quietest passenger aircraft in the world, this is due to a number of factors, including the use of advanced noise-canceling technology. Airbus A380 has a spacious cabin that offers passengers plenty of room to move around. The cabin is also equipped with a variety of amenities, including in-seat entertainment systems and Wi-Fi.

The A380 is a large aircraft with a wingspan of 262 feet and a length of 238 feet. It has a double-deck fuselage that can accommodate up to 853 passengers in a single-class configuration, is powered by four engines, each of which produces up to 70,000 pounds of thrust.

Product Features:

  • Detailed 3D model of the Airbus A380
  • 6 liveries for airlines: Air France, British Airways, Qatar, Lufthansa, Thai, Etihad.
  • Realistic cockpit and cabin interiors
  • Interactive checklists and procedures
  • Engine: Engine Alliance GP 7200
  • Professional Sound

This is not a study-level aircraft, but most of the functions are like the real thing.

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The A380-800 is a 4-engine, wide-body, long-haul airliner produced by European aviation conglomerate Airbus. The jet is the largest passenger aircraft and the heaviest production airplane in history. It is certified to carry up to 853 passengers, although it is typically configured with 525 seats. The A380 program, the seeds for which date to 1990, cost an estimated 25 billion dollars. Much of this was due to the development of manufacturing techniques, materials, and flight control and aircraft management systems that Airbus needed to innovate specifically for the massive jet.

The A380-800 took its maiden flight on April 27, 2005 and entered service on October 25, 2007. Airbus has manufactured a total of 254 airframes.

The A380-800 measures 238 feet, 7 inches in length, has a wingspan of 261 feet, 8 inches, and is 79 feet high. It is powered by four high-bypass turbofan engines, either the Rolls-Royce Trent 900 or the Engine Alliance GP7000. Carrying up to 85,000 gallons of fuel, the A380-800 has a range of 9,200 miles. It has a cruising speed of Mach 0.85, or 561 miles per hour, a climb rate of up to 2,500 feet per minute, and a service ceiling of 43,000 feet above sea level.


SPEEDCruise: Mach 0.85, Max.: Mach 0.96
CEILING39,000 / 43,000 ft
TYPICAL RANGE15,700 km / 8,500 nmi
LENGTH72.72 m (238 ft 5 in)
WINGSPAN79.95 m (262 ft 3 in)
HEIGHT24.27 m (79 ft 6 in)
TAKEOFF3,000 m (9,800 ft)
MAX WEIGHT361 t (795,800 lb)
MAX TAKEOFF WEIGHT560 t (1,235,800 lb)
FUEL CAPACITY323,546 l (85,400 USg)
ENGINEEngine Alliance GP 7200 or Rolls-Royce Trent900