Qantas' first Airbus lands at Sydney 2 years late
SYDNEY, Australia : Qantas Airways became the third airline to add an Airbus A380 to its fleet when its first super jumbo aircraft landed at Sydney airport Sunday two years behind schedule.
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#1 Nov 12, 2008
I wonder how much fuel that bird will burn just taxiing around an airport before takeoff?At LAX,there can be at times some long lineups of aircraft waiting to go.Oh well,it will be interesting to see one way or another,when it comes to town.It gives new meaning to the term,"Caution,wake turbulence."
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