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The first Emirates A380 will land at Kempegowda Bangalore Airport. knowledge facts.

The significant milestone marking for Kempegowda International Airport is the Dubai-Bangalore Emirates A380: Learn Everything About the World’s Largest Passenger Aircraft.

The first Emirates A380 will land at Kempegowda Bangalore Airport. knowledge facts.

In order to better serve its passengers on the popular route, Emirates announces that its flagship A380 service will begin flying to Bengaluru for the first time on October 30. At Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport, Emirates also becomes the first airline to run regularly scheduled passenger services using the A380, the largest commercial aircraft in operation.

Up till now, Emirates Airlines has used a Boeing 777 to fly passengers between Dubai and Bengaluru. So let’s speak about the qualities that make the A380 the largest passenger aeroplane in the world before it touches down in Bengaluru.

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Emirates claims that the A380 aircraft, which has a capacity 45 per cent greater than the Boeing 777, has more legroom, the largest screens throughout the cabins, totally flat seats in Business Class, and offers private suites and shower spas in First Class.
There are three service classes for this aircraft. First-class accommodations include private suites with sliding doors. With most seats having direct aisle access and a set of seats down the middle, Business Class seats are staggered. The whole of the main deck of the aeroplane is devoted to the economy class.

The Emirates A380 is as long as two blue whales (72.7 metres), as tall as five giraffes, and weighs between 510 and 575 tonnes (24.1 meters). Additionally, it has a staggering 4 million pieces.

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Emirates will offer A380 service on flights to Bengaluru for the first time(Opens in a new browser tab)

The Emirates fleet consists of 118 A380 aircraft in total. Since 2018, it has flown more than 1 billion kilometres and carried more than 105 million passengers. The A380’s shortest trip is 1,700 km between Dubai and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, and its longest flight is 14,193 miles between Dubai and Auckland in New Zealand.

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According to the schedule, the daily A380 flights will run as EK568/569 and feature three classes: economy class seats, business class seats, and first-class seats. Emirates will provide 777 flight alternatives as well.

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In order to accommodate strong consumer demand on routes that are well-travelled by passengers from across the world, Emirates has begun deploying its flagship A380 aircraft to an expanded list of destinations.

The A380 aircraft has up to a 45 per cent higher capacity per trip than the Boeing 777 aircraft. In August, the Emirates A380 will fly to more than 30 airports on six continents, covering a total of over 130 destinations in the airline’s global network.

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About KIAL

The 4,000-acre Kempegowda International Airport is owned and run by Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL), a public-private partnership. It is the third busiest airport in India in terms of passengers and cargo handling, and it is the 29th busiest airport in all of Asia. It links 23 different foreign locations all over the world.

It has two parallel runways that are 4,000 metres long, 45 and 60 metres broad, and one has CAT I ILS landing capability and the other is newly constructed with CAT III ILS landing capability.

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The runway will have CAT IIIB ILS and be able to accommodate all sorts of aircraft, including Code-F aircraft such as the Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-8. The new runway will be connected to the current north runway, the aprons at Terminal 1 and the planned Terminal 2 by two cross-field taxiways on the east of the runway as well as by an associated parallel taxiway. The hotels nearby are also connected to the nearby train station, which is close to Kempegowda International Airport by bus service.

 

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He is an aviation journalist and the founder of Jetline Marvel. Dawal gained a comprehensive understanding of the commercial aviation industry.  He has worked in a range of roles for more than 9 years in the aviation and aerospace industry. He has written more than 1700 articles in the aerospace industry. When he was 19 years old, he received a national award for his general innovations and holds the patent. He completed two postgraduate degrees simultaneously, one in Aerospace and the other in Management. Additionally, he authored nearly six textbooks on aviation and aerospace tailored for students in various educational institutions. jetlinem4(at)gmail.com

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