Lufthansa plans to fly Airbus A380 again

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Germany’s Lufthansa plans to fly the Airbus A380 again from the summer of 2023, the company said on Monday, joining other airlines such as Singapore Airlines, Qantas, ANA, Korean Air and Asiana Airlines that have returned or will return to operating the superjumbo.

The return of Airbus A380.

Lufthansa said the move is in response to increased demand and delays in aircraft orders, adding that it has yet to decide on the destinations and how many of these planes to put back into the sky.

The COVID-19 pandemic hastened the demise of the world’s largest jets, but Europe’s double-decker is taking on new life as airlines scramble to cope with surging demand and delayed models. newer like the Boeing 777X.

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