List of Airbus A380 orders and deliveries

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A380-800 in Airbus livery

There are 324 firm orders by 20 customers for the passenger version the Airbus A380-800, of which 128 have been delivered to 10 of those customers as of March 2014.[1] There were originally also 27 orders for the freighter version, the A380F, but when this programme was "frozen" following production delays, 20 A380F orders were cancelled and the remaining 7 were converted to A380-800s.

Orders by customers

Overview

Customer Entry into service Firm Orders Options Deliveries EA RR Press Release
Air Austral 2014 2 *
Air France 2009 12 2 9 * [2]
Amedeo 2016 20 [3]
Asiana Airlines 2014 6 * [4][5]
British Airways 2013 12 7 5 * [6]
China Southern Airlines 2011 5 5 * [7]
Emirates 2008 140 47 90 [8]
Etihad Airways 2014 10 5 * [9]
Unidentified Customer(s) 10
Kingdom Holding Company 2013 1 *
Korean Air 2011 10 8 * [10]
Lufthansa 2010 14 2 11 * [11]
Malaysia Airlines 2012 6 6 * [12]
Qantas 2008 20 4 12 * [13]
Qatar Airways 2014 10 3 * [14][15]
Singapore Airlines 2007 24 1 19 * [16]
Skymark Airlines 2014 6 * [17]
Thai Airways International 2012 6 6 * [18]
Transaero Airlines 2015 4 * [19]
Virgin Atlantic 2018 6 6 * [20][21]
Totals 324 31 128 148 106

First deliveries

Airline First commercial flight Press Release
Air France 20 November 2009 [22]
British Airways 2 August 2013 [23]
China Southern Airlines 17 October 2011 [24][25]
Emirates 1 August 2008 [26]
Korean Air 17 June 2011 [27]
Lufthansa 6 June 2010 [28]
Malaysia Airlines 1 July 2012 [29]
Qantas 20 October 2008 [30]
Singapore Airlines 25 October 2007 [31]
Thai Airways International 27 September 2012 [32]

Orders and deliveries graph

Orders by date

Order Type Options Engine Press Release/Update
Announced Firmed Customer EIS 800 800F EA RR
30 April 2000 4 November 2001 Emirates 2008 5 2 5 * [33][34][35]
24 July 2000 18 June 2001 Air France 2009 10 4 * [36][37]
25 July 2000 19 June 2001 ILFC 2014 5 5 4 * [38][39][40][41]
29 September 2000 12 July 2001 Singapore Airlines 2007 10 15 * [42][43][44]
29 November 2000 6 March 2001 Qantas 2008 12 12 * [45][46]
15 December 2000 26 April 2001 Virgin Atlantic 2015 6 6 * [47][48]
16 January 2001 12 July 2002 FedEx Express 2010 10 10 * [49][50][51]
27 February 2001 9 December 2003 Qatar Airways 2014 2 2 TBA [14][52][53]
4 November 2001 4 November 2001 Emirates 2008 15 5 * [33]
6 December 2001 20 December 2001 Lufthansa 2010 15 5 * [54][55]
10 January 2003 11 December 2003 Malaysia Airlines 2012 6 * [56][57][58]
16 June 2003 16 June 2003 Emirates 2008 22 -10 * [59]
18 June 2003 23 October 2003 Korean Air 2011 5 3 * [60][61][62]
20 July 2004 20 December 2004 Etihad Airways 2014 4 * [63]
27 August 2004 28 December 2004 Thai Airways International 2012 6 * [64][65]
11 January 2005 13 December 2005 UPS Airlines 2012 10 10 * [66][67][68]
28 January 2005 21 April 2005 China Southern Airlines 2011 5 * [69][70]
15 June 2005 15 June 2005 Kingfisher Airlines 2016 5 5 NA [71][72]
April 2006 May 2006 Emirates 2008 2 -2 * [73]
21 July 2006 20 December 2006 Singapore Airlines 2007 9 -9 * [74][75][76][77][78]
29 October 2006 21 December 2006 Qantas 2008 8 -8 * [79][80][81]
27 November 2006 order cancelled FedEx Express NA -10 -10 * [82][83][84]
4 December 2006 31 December 2006 ILFC 2014 5 -5 * [85]
2 March 2007 order cancelled UPS Airlines NA -10 -10 * [86]
7 May 2007 7 May 2007 Emirates 2008 4 * [87]
24 May 2007 18 June 2007 Air France 2009 2 -2 * [88][89]
18 June 2007 18 June 2007 Qatar Airways 2014 3 -2 TBA [14][90][91]
18 June 2007 11 November 2007 Emirates 2008 8 * [92][93][94]
27 September 2007 27 September 2007 British Airways 2013 12 7 * [95][96][97]
11 November 2007 11 November 2007 Emirates 2008 3 * [92]
12 November 2007 12 November 2007 Kingdom Holding Company 2012 1 * [98][99]
13 February 2008 19 February 2008 Korean Air 2011 3 -3 * [100][101]
14 July 2008 order cancelled Etihad Airways 2014 -4 * [102]
14 July 2008 14 July 2008 Etihad Airways 2014 10 5 * [103][104][105]
15 January 2009 17 November 2009 Air Austral 2014 2 * [106][107][108][109]
3 February 2009 3 February 2009 Korean Air 2011 2 * [110][111]
8 June 2010 8 June 2010 Emirates 2008 32 * [112][113][114]
8 November 2010 17 February 2011 Skymark Airlines 2014 4 2 * [17][115][116][117]
6 January 2011 6 January 2011 Asiana Airlines 2014 6 * [4][118][119]
8 March 2011 order cancelled ILFC NA -10 -4 * [120][121][122]
8 November 2010 23 June 2011 Skymark Airlines 2014 2 -2 TBA [123][124]
29 September 2011 13 October 2011 Lufthansa 2010 2 -2 * [11][125]
15 November 2011 15 November 2011 Qatar Airways 2014 5 3 TBA [126]
23 June 2011 19 December 2011 Hong Kong Airlines 2015 10 TBA [127]
23 June 2011 17 August 2012 Hong Kong Airlines 2015 -10 TBA [127]
28 October 2011 21 June 2012 Transaero Airlines 2015 4 * [19] [128]
24 October 2012 24 October 2012 Singapore Airlines 2017 5 -5 * [129]
20 September 2013 order cancelled Lufthansa NA -3 * [130]
17 November 2013 23 December 2013 Emirates 2016 50 TBA[131] [132]
31 December 2013 order cancelled Kingfisher Airlines NA -5 NA
17 June 2013 12 February 2014 Amedeo 2016 20 TBA [133]
sub-totals 324 0 26 129 104
totals 324 26 233
Legend
symbol meaning
? date unknown
EA Engine Alliance GP7200
RR Rolls-Royce Trent 900
TBA to be announced
NA not available or not applicable
EIS entry into service

Orders by year

A380 firm net orders and deliveries
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total
Net orders A380-800 78 0 34 10 10 24 33 9 4 32 19 9 42 20 324
A380F 7 10 0 0 10 -17 -10 - - - - - - - 0
Deliveries A380-800 - - - - - - 1 12 10 18 26 30 25 6 128

Cumulative orders and deliveries:

Data through end of March 2014.[134][135]


Models

type Type certified
EASA[136] / FAA[137]
engine manufacturer max take-off thrust Engine certified
EASA[138][139] FAA[140][141]
A380-841 12 December 2006 Trent 970-84 Rolls-Royce 334.29 kN / 75,152 lb 29 October 2004 4 December 2006
12 December 2006 Trent 970B-84 Rolls-Royce 348.31 kN / 78,304 lb 29 October 2004 4 December 2006
A380-842 12 December 2006 Trent 972-84 Rolls-Royce 341.41 kN / 76,752 lb 11 August 2005 4 December 2006
12 December 2006 Trent 972B-84 Rolls-Royce 356.81 kN / 80,213 lb 11 August 2005 4 December 2006
A380-843F NA Trent 977-84 Rolls-Royce 359.33 kN / 80,781 lb 29 October 2004 4 December 2006
NA Trent 977B-84 Rolls-Royce 372.92 kN / 83,835 lb 29 October 2004 4 December 2006
A380-861 14 December 2007 GP7270 Engine Alliance 322.44 kN / 74,735 lb 19 April 2007 29 December 2005
A380-863F NA GP7277 Engine Alliance 357.15 kN / 80,290 lb 19 April 2007 29 December 2005
A380-941 NA Trent 980-84 Rolls-Royce 374.09 kN / 84,098 lb 29 October 2004 4 December 2006

Variants

Variant
(Modification Number)[136][137]
A380-8XX-000
(Basic)
A380-8XX-001
(64636)
A380-8XX-002
(64605)
A380-8XX-003
(66611)
A380-8XX-004
(69439)
A380-8XX-005
(69879)
MRW (Maximum Ramp Weight) 562 t (1,239,000 lb) 512 t (1,128,700 lb) 571 t (1,258,800 lb) 512 t (1,128,700 lb) 562 t (1,239,000 lb) 562 t (1,239,000 lb)
MTOW (Maximum Take-off Weight) 560 t (1,234,600 lb) 510 t (1,124,400 lb) 569 t (1,254,400 lb) 510 t (1,124,400 lb) 560 t (1,234,600 lb) 560 t (1,234,600 lb)
MLW (Maximum Landing Weight) 386 t (850,980 lb) 394 t (868,620 lb) 391 t (862,010 lb) 395 t 391 t (862,010 lb) 383 t
MZFW (Maximum Zero Fuel Weight) 361 t (795,870 lb) 372 t (820,120 lb) 366 t (806,890 lb) 373 t 366 t (806,890 lb) 366 t (806,890 lb)

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