Emirates Airline Owned the World’s Largest Aircraft Airbus A380 Lands at Bengaluru Airport for the First Time: WATCH video


The world’s largest passenger jet, Airbus A380, owned by Emirates Airlines, landed today, October 14, 2022, at Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in Bengaluru. The event marks the aircraft’s first landing at Bengaluru airport. The plane was previously scheduled to land on October 30, but the plan was delayed until today. The plane landed at the airport of the capital of Hyderabad around 4 pm, after departing from Dubai. It should be noted that the airport authorities have been preparing for the plane’s landing for some time now and have shared the updates via their official Twitter handle.

Before landing at Bengaluru Airport, the airport authorities shared the update on Twitter, saying: “The Emirates Airbus A380 will land at #BLRAirport on October 14. Our teams are gearing up for this historic first flight to #BLR. Our engineers and operations team testing infrastructure and processes. We are waiting with bated breath for the big day. #Emirates #Smoothlanding.” The caption was accompanied by a photo of an Airbus A380 on a runway.

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Bengaluru Airport shared the video of the Emirates Airline Airbus A380 landing on Twitter with the caption: “This is how you make an entrance! @emirates A380, the largest passenger aircraft in the world, has just landed at #BLRAAirport.”

The largest passenger plane in the world operating flight EK562 took off from Dubai Airport at 10:11 am. The plane landed at Bengaluru Airport after a total journey time of 3 hours and 52 minutes, covering a distance of 1,701 miles. The aircraft will make its maiden flight from Bengaluru Airport before its return journey to Dubai.

The plane’s landing at Kempegowda International Airport is significant because it is the world’s largest passenger plane. The Airbus A380 is 72.7 meters long, weighs between 510 and 575 tons and is 24.1 meters high. Although Airbus has delivered its last A380 to Emirates and will no longer produce the aircraft, it is still used by a number of airlines, Emirates being the largest. The massive A380 has 45 percent more seating space than the Boeing 777, as well as more legroom and the largest screens in any class.





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