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I improved the text for the A380 as the previous entry did not make much sense, but I did not appreciate being reverted with the comment If you think its badly written, improve it, but do not remove cited statements. as I had re-written it and the cited references were not particularly relevant. Although note that the references used have nothing to do with the Prestige. I replaced This extraordinary large jet has been currently ordered just once with One executive variant of the Airbus A380 has been ordered. No woffle just a plain factual statement. The space.com reference quotes the number ordered . It has two full decks in the widest cabin as standard, and as a unique feature even the cargo-deck is high enough to be partly usable as a third deck. which I replaced with the multi-deck configuration allows a number of different VIP configurations to be fitted. The first quote is based on the references which describe the standard A380 not the prestige. My change was to make a relevant comment on the prestige. The Flying Palace quote really needs a more official reference and it not really appropriate for a section header. Note that WP:HEAD advises against using links in headers. Your comments welcome MilborneOne (talk) 12:39, 8 June 2009 (UTC)
OK: First sentence changed.
"the multi-deck configuration" is vague: It has 2 fully usable decks and the cargo deck is partly usable.
Flying Palace: Look at google, there are lots of references stating "Flying Palace". It is mentioned that this is not the official name. Like "Jumbo-Jet" for the 747, you will not find this in a official list. But in the Wikipedia-article.
Most headers changed. Feel free to add the link in the text, but the link is important. Wispanow (talk) 12:56, 8 June 2009 (UTC)