Qantas Airways has stolen the thunder from its partner Emirates by announcing that it will launch an Airbus A380 service to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) a couple of days before the world’s largest operator of the superjumbo does.
“Qantas customers travelling on the popular Sydney-Dallas/Fort Worth route will soon be able to enjoy the world’s largest passenger aircraft on the world’s longest route,” the Australian carrier said Wednesday.
The A380 will replace a Qantas Boeing 747 as of Sept. 29.
Emirates, which operate 47 superjumbos, announced early last month that its A380 service will begin Oct. 1.
That was supposed to be the first scheduled A380 service to the airport, where the airline had been operating a daily service since 2012, using a Boeing 777.
“On Oct. 1, the world’s largest passenger aircraft will touch down at DFW with…
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