As of date there are seven airlines operating the Airbus A380 superjumbo.
- Singapore Airlines
- Emirates airline
- Air France
- Korean Air Lines
- China Southern Airlines
This post summarises all the A380 routes operated by these seven operators. See more A380 articles.
The launch operator of the A380 was Singapore Airlines. The newest route is SQ25/SQ26 Singapore – Frankfurt – New York JFK which is the last operated by their Boeing 747-400 Megatop aircraft. In January, this era will come to a close when this flight will be upgraded to an A380.
Australian flag carrier uses A380s primarily on the ‘kangaroo run’ between Sydney and Melbourne and London, with Singapore as the hub. Its sole north American destination is Los Angeles LAX.
Dubai’s Emirates is the largest operator of the A380, and also has the most diverse network covering almost the entire world.
German carrier Lufthansa has been re-jigging its A380 network. It has suspended New York JFK and San Francisco SFO in the current winter schedule citing poor load factors. It has though introduced Frankfurt-Singapore, which will also be operated by Singapore Airlines with an A380. Is there enough traffic to fill two superjumbos every day? Time will tell.
Air France too has been re-jigging its flights. With currently the Paris CDG to San Francisco SFO route being suspended.
Korean Air Line’s A380 route network is limited since it is a new operator and has a very limited fleet, but I gave the map an unusual polar view.
China Southern is the newest operator, and also the only airline to use the A380 on domestic flights. However its sole A380 has had teeting problems and the routes are yet to properly launch.
Please keep in mind that airlines keep changing the routes and aircraft deployed.