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List of Airbus A380 orders and deliveries

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An A380-800 in its original Airbus livery

There are 319 firm orders by 19 customers for the passenger version of the Airbus A380-800, of which 194 have been delivered to 13 of those customers as of August 2016.[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

The following orders have been placed and deliveries made, according to Airbus, as of 31 August 2016:[1]

Customer Entry into service Firm Orders Deliveries EA RR Press Release
Air Accord 3
Air France 2009 12 10 * [2]
All Nippon Airways 2019 3 * [3]
Amedeo 20 [4]
Asiana Airlines 2014 6 4 * [5][6][7]
British Airways 2013 12 12 * [8]
China Southern Airlines 2011 5 5 * [9]
Emirates 2008 142 82 90 50 [10][11][12]
Etihad Airways 2014 10 8 * [13]
Korean Air 2011 10 10 * [14]
Lufthansa 2010 14 14 * [15]
Malaysia Airlines 2012 6 6 * [16]
Qantas 2008 20 12 * [17]
Qatar Airways 2014 10 6 * [18][19]
Singapore Airlines 2007 24 19 * [20]
Thai Airways International 2012 6 6 * [21]
Unidentified Customer(s) 10
Virgin Atlantic 2018 6 * [22][23]
Totals 319 194 132 152

First deliveries to airlines

Airline First delivery Reference
Air France 30 October 2009 [24]
Asiana Airlines 26 May 2014 [25]
British Airways 4 July 2013 [26]
China Southern Airlines 14 October 2011 [24][27]
Emirates 28 July 2008 [24]
Etihad Airways 16 December 2014 [28]
Korean Air 24 May 2011 [24]
Lufthansa 19 May 2010 [24]
Malaysia Airlines 29 May 2012 [24]
Qantas 19 September 2008 [24]
Qatar Airways 17 September 2014 [29]
Singapore Airlines 15 October 2007 [24]
Thai Airways International 27 September 2012 [24]

Orders and deliveries graph

Data through 31 August 2016.[1]

Chronological orders

By year

A380 firm net orders and deliveries
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Total
Net orders A380-800 78 34 10 10 24 33 9 4 32 19 9 42 13 2 319
A380F 7 10 10 -17 -10
Deliveries A380-800 1 12 10 18 26 30 25 30 27 15 194

Cumulative orders and deliveries

Data from Airbus through the end of August 2016.[1][30]

Orders

Deliveries


Details

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 * [31][32][33]
24 July 2000 18 June 2001 Air France 2009 10 4 * [34][35]
25 July 2000 19 June 2001 ILFC 2014 5 5 4 * [36][37][38][39]
29 September 2000 12 July 2001 Singapore Airlines 2007 10 15 * [40][41][42]
29 November 2000 6 March 2001 Qantas 2008 12 12 * [43][44]
15 December 2000 26 April 2001 Virgin Atlantic 2015 6 6 * [45][46]
16 January 2001 12 July 2002 FedEx Express 2010 10 10 * [47][48][49]
27 February 2001 9 December 2003 Qatar Airways 2014 2 2 TBA [18][50][51]
4 November 2001 4 November 2001 Emirates 2008 15 5 * [31]
6 December 2001 20 December 2001 Lufthansa 2010 15 5 * [52][53]
10 January 2003 11 December 2003 Malaysia Airlines 2012 6 * [54][55][56]
16 June 2003 16 June 2003 Emirates 2008 21 -10 * [57]
18 June 2003 23 October 2003 Korean Air 2011 5 3 * [58][59][60]
20 July 2004 20 December 2004 Etihad Airways 2014 4 * [61]
27 August 2004 28 December 2004 Thai Airways International 2012 6 * [62][63]
11 January 2005 13 December 2005 UPS Airlines 2012 10 10 * [64][65][66]
28 January 2005 21 April 2005 China Southern Airlines 2011 5 * [67][68]
15 June 2005 15 June 2005 Kingfisher Airlines 2016 5 5 NA [69]

[70]

April 2006 May 2006 Emirates 2008 2 -2 * [71]
21 July 2006 20 December 2006 Singapore Airlines 2007 9 -9 * [72][73][74][75][76]
29 October 2006 21 December 2006 Qantas 2008 8 -8 * [77][78][79]
27 November 2006 order cancelled FedEx Express NA -10 -10 * [80][81][82]
4 December 2006 31 December 2006 ILFC 2014 5 -5 * [83]
2 March 2007 order cancelled UPS Airlines NA -10 -10 * [84]
7 May 2007 7 May 2007 Emirates 2008 4 * [85]
24 May 2007 18 June 2007 Air France 2009 2 -2 * [86][87]
18 June 2007 18 June 2007 Qatar Airways 2014 3 -2 TBA [18][88][89]
18 June 2007 11 November 2007 Emirates 2008 8 * [90][91][92]
27 September 2007 27 September 2007 British Airways 2013 12 7 * [93][94][95]
11 November 2007 11 November 2007 Emirates 2008 3 * [90]
12 November 2007 12 November 2007 Kingdom Holding Company 2012 1 * [96][97]
13 February 2008 19 February 2008 Korean Air 2011 3 -3 * [98][99]
14 July 2008 order cancelled Etihad Airways 2014 -4 * [100]
14 July 2008 14 July 2008 Etihad Airways 2014 10 5 * [101][102][103]
15 January 2009 order cancelled Air Austral 2014 -2 * [104][105][106][107]
3 February 2009 3 February 2009 Korean Air 2011 2 * [108][109]
8 June 2010 8 June 2010 Emirates 2008 32 * [110][111][112]
8 November 2010 17 February 2011 Skymark Airlines 2014 4 2 * [113][114][115][116]
6 January 2011 6 January 2011 Asiana Airlines 2014 6 4 * [5][117][118]
8 March 2011 order cancelled ILFC NA -10 -4 * [119][120][121]
8 November 2010 23 June 2011 Skymark Airlines 2014 2 -2 * [122][123]
29 September 2011 13 October 2011 Lufthansa 2010 2 -2 * [15][124]
15 November 2011 15 November 2011 Qatar Airways 2014 5 3 TBA [125]
23 June 2011 19 December 2011 Hong Kong Airlines 2015 10 TBA [126]
23 June 2011 17 August 2012 Hong Kong Airlines 2015 -10 TBA [126]
28 October 2011 21 June 2012 Transaero Airlines 2015 4 * [127][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 * [131][132]
31 December 2013 order cancelled Kingfisher Airlines NA -5 NA
17 June 2013 12 February 2014 Amedeo 2016 20 TBA [133]
29 July 2014 Order cancelled Skymark Airlines NA -6 * [134][135]
5 February 2015 Order cancelled Kingdom Holding Company NA -1 * [136]
29 January 2016 ANA 2019 3 * [137]
13 April 2016 Emirates 2017 2 * [138]
sub-totals 319 0 28 129 147
totals 319 24 276
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

Models

type Type certified
EASA[139] / FAA[140]
engine manufacturer max take-off thrust Engine certified
EASA[141][142] FAA[143][144]
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)[139][140]
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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