It’s official, Emirates has received delivery of its 123rd and final Airbus A380 superjumbo jet. It’s registered as A6-EVS and marks the end of a steadfast 21-year commitment to the program, which began at the 2000 Farnborough Air Show when the aircraft was still marketed as the A3XX.
Despite being the last A380 to ever roll off the assembly line, it still features Emirate’s latest signature products onboard including First Class Private Suites with Shower Spas, an Onboard Bar, a new Premium Economy cabin, and the latest inflight entertainment systems, complete with best-in-sky personal screens.
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The aircraft we are receiving today features our latest cabin products including Premium Economy. Compare it to our very first A380 delivered back in 2008 and you’ll see the myriad of enhancements and upgrades invested in ensuring that the Emirates A380 experience is unparalleled. We’d like to thank Airbus and all of our program partners for enabling us to push the envelope to introduce many innovative ‘industry firsts’, and importantly, deliver the best product for Emirates’ customers,” said Sir Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline.