Sunday, 16 December 2018

Airbus A380 Super Jumbo Jet Cabin, Specs, Cockpit, Seats, Engines, and Price

Airbus A380 super jumbo jet

Airbus A380 Cabin

Airbus continues to develop the A380 cabin to provide travelers with spacious and comfortable interiors that enable its operators to stay on top of elegant air travel. Including passenger-designed cabins, many A380 operators take advantage of the aircraft's unique space to provide superior comfort in every part - from broad economy class to modern Airbus comfort standards from 18-inch wide seats to the latest deals for business travelers and first-class travelers.

Passenger comfort is enhanced by a variety of advanced technologies equipped on the Airbus A380, including modern lighting systems and new standards of in-flight entertainment.
Airbus A380 cabin interior

Cabin air is recycled every two minutes to keep the atmosphere fresh, while natural light is provided by 220 cabin windows. Six high-level air outlets - as opposed to two industry standards - keep customers fresh during all phases of flight.

Designed for modern comfort standards, the A380 meets the requirements of passengers traveling in all service classes - today and into the future. With standard 18-inch standard Airbus seats in the economy, as well as the latest in business and first-class options, the efficient A380 offers the perfect space to be who you are.

Coupled with optimal cabin height, the widest main deck cabin gives 15 percent more personal space for passenger storage, larger headroom and wider stairs - all creating a friendly environment that is perfect for helping you enjoy flights. The A380's built-in flexibility allows airlines to differentiate their products and develop solutions for a variety of markets.

Airbus A380 Seats

The  Airbus A380 layout with 519 seats is displayed (First 16, 92 Business and 411 Economy). The  Airbus 380 has two full decks of 49.9 meters (164 feet), although the upper deck has a usable length that is slightly reduced at 44.93 meters (147.4 feet) due to the curvature of the front body and the front ladder. The width of the main deck and upper deck are 6.50 meters (21.3 feet) and 5.80 meters (19.0 feet) respectively.
Airbus A380 seat configuration

Passenger capacity varies with the seat configuration chosen by the operating airline. While the Airbus A380 is certified for 868 passengers in one class configuration (538 on the main deck and 330 above), Airbus refers to the configuration of 544 three-class passengers who are comfortable in their marketing material. However, only Air France approached that figure in a three-class configuration, with 538 seats (First 9, 80 Businesses and 449 Economies).

From aircraft currently operating, passenger capacity ranges from 379 (4 class layout on Singapore Airlines) to 615 passengers (2 class layout at Emirates). From the end of 2015, Emirates began operating aircraft that housed 615 passengers in two classes for the Copenhagen route, the most visible, replacing the smaller Boeing 777. Overall, 15 aircraft will use this configuration. Airbus offers 11 parallel seats for shipping in 2017.

Airbus A380 Cockpit

The Airbus A380 cockpit is based on the leading flight deck design in the Airbus industry for families of fly-by-wire jetliner featuring the latest advances in cockpit technology, including larger interactive screens, advanced flight management systems, and enhanced navigation modes. 
Airbus A380 cockpit

The Airbus A380 main instrument panel incorporates eight identical and interchangeable Liquid Crystal Display Units, providing the main flight display, navigation display, two multi-function displays, engine warning display and system display. Increased screen size provides a perspective enhancement for pilots and allows for an enhanced presentation mode as a function of awareness of vertical situations that present "vertical cut" of aircraft trajectories that combine flight paths, terrain, and weather information.

The key to the Airbus A380 innovation is the use of electronic libraries to replace most of the traditional paper documentation used by pilots. This library allows flight and maintenance crews to easily find relevant operational information in various flight guides, lists and notebooks. This enables optimization of performance and calculation of weight and balance.

Airbus introduces the innovative Rem To Vacate technology on the A380 that allows flight crews to manage approaches and landings more effectively by choosing the optimal start of the runway. This can reduce takeoff time by up to 30 percent significantly increasing the number of aircraft that can be handled by world airports.

By including the latest advances in structure and material. The Airbus A380 offers the lowest cost per seat for each wide body aircraft, more than 15 percent lower than its closest competitor. This includes the use of advanced aluminum alloys for wings and fuselage, along with the application of broad composite materials in the main structure of the middle wing box, wing ribs, and rear body parts.

The A380 also uses Glare™ material on the top and lateral pressurized fighter planes. Glare™ is a laminate that combines alternative layers of aluminum alloy and glass fiber reinforced adhesives, with properties optimized by adjusting the number of layers and orientation of the glass tape. It offers significant weight loss and provides characteristics of fatigue resistance and continued damage.

Airbus A380 Engines

Two new generation engine options (the GP7200 and Rolls-Royce Trent 900 Alliance engines), combined with the sophistication of wing design and gear landing, make the Airbus A380 much quieter than the largest aircraft currently.
Airbus A380 engines

The new wing design with composite material only accounts for 25 percent of its structural weight, the A380 is the most efficient aircraft around it. By only producing around 75 grams of CO2 per kilometer passenger, the A380 helps the airline industry's commitment to minimize greenhouse gas emissions.

The reliability and maintenance of the A380 is increasingly enhanced by modern technology, including improved central maintenance systems and variable frequency generators that simplify large aircraft power generation networks. Hydraulic power is provided by two fully independent systems with operating pressures of 5,000 psi, not conventional 3,000 psi. This capacity for higher pressure results in smaller and lighter hydraulic system equipment, as well as less hydraulic fluid on the aircraft, which proves how Airbus innovation continues to provide efficiency in every field of design and manufacture of aircraft.

Airbus A380 Specs

Dimensions
Length (m)
72.7
Wingspan (m)
79.8
Height (m)
24.1
Wing area (m2)
845
Weight
Maximum take-off weight (kg)
560 000
Maximum landing weight (kg)
386 000
Operating empty weight (kg)
276 800
Maximum zero fuel weight (kg)
361 000
Maximum payload (kg)
83 000
Standard fuel capacity (litres)
310 000
Performance
Range with max payload (km)
15 000
Maximum operating altitude (m)
13 100
Take-off field length (m)
2 050
Landing field length (m)
2 900
Engines
R-R Trent 970,
4 x 70000 lb
Alliance GP7270,
4 x 70000 lb
Cabin Data
Passengers (1-class)
700
Passengers (3-class)
525
Cabin width (m)
5.92 - 6.58

Airbus A380 Price

The average price of Airbus A380 is US$445.6 M in 2018. Price depends on design weights, engines choice and level of selected customisation.


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