Welcome back, Richest fans! Recently, it was confirmed that the Airbus A380’s production will be coming to an end after nearly 15 years.
This jumbo jet was created to rival the popularity of the Boeing 747. So, in order to stand out from the pack, Airbus created the most expensive and biggest plane in the world! Onboard are a load of features to provide passengers with luxury as they sail through the skies.
Today, we’re going to look at this pricey plane’s history, the incredible features, and see what exactly went wrong for the airplane giant. Now for the spoiler paragraph. If you like surprises, we suggest you stop reading and watch the video multiple times.
Firstly, we’ll rundown just how large this jet is and its huge capacity. Next, we have the many facts and features hidden within the metal structure. Such as the tempting in-flight bars, the lighting aid to reduce jet lag, and more. With the current situation, we’ll see how Singapore Airlines allowed non-flyers the chance to see just how good airplane food can be.
We’ll then examine the massive production costs and the deal that the Emirates Airline pulled out from. We’ll discover that the plane has also been home to some of the most expensive airline tickets of all time. With a special auction and Etihad Airways offering a luxury experience called The Residence.
All to save private jet fans a mountain of cash! Finally, we’ll see just how much it costs to become a commercial pilot.