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On January 18, 2018 the Dubai-based Emirates Airline signed a Memorandum of Understanding, (MoU), at the airline’s headquarters in Dubai. The Memorandum of Understanding, (MoU), was signed by the chairman and chief executive, HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, and the chief operating officer, John Leahy. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed for the commitment of 20 new A380 aircrafts from Airbus with the option to add 16 more in the near future, for a total of up to 36 aircrafts. This commitment will start its deliveries in the year of 2020 at the cost of $16 billion.
The A380 aircraft is one of the most successful aircrafts for Emirates and it is continuing to improve. It is one of the direct causes of Emirates’ growth back in 2008. It can already fly 8,200 nautical miles non-stop while carrying 575 passengers throughout all 4 of its classes. The number of passengers results in less flights and therefore less air traffic. All of this is possible with plenty of room, a quiet cabin, a smooth and comfortable ride, the widest seats, two widebody decks, bigger aisles, and more floor space.
The A380 will also soon be used as fleet replacements along with remaining the largest passenger aircraft in the world. There is, on average, a A380 aircraft landing or departing from one of the 240 airports every two minutes, and over 200 million passengers have already flown on a A380 aircraft. It is also made to book easily on the iflyA380.com website to allow all passengers to avoid booking any other aircraft.
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