This looks really terrifying, yet I cannot look away.
Here’s a terrifying image that you don’t want to see out of your window mid-flight: An Airbus SE A380 superjumbo made an emergency landing over the weekend after an engine on the Air France-operated plane broke apart, according to multiple reports. Thankfully, no injuries were reported.
The beautiful unobtanium Porsche Cayenne S Diesel birthed of magical unicorn tears and luxurious fancy-torques that of course America doesn’t get just set a new Guinness World Record. The Cayenne just towed the heaviest aircraft ever towed by a production vehicle: a 314-ton Airbus A380.
Here are a couple people using jetpacks to fly with an Airbus A380. No big deal.
Not much is known about this crazy clip, but let’s just hope that helicopter is filming some awesome video footage for Emirates Airlines or Airbus’s A380 program – which they almost certainly are.
Prominent urban filmmaker Rob Whitworth has created the hyperlapse to end all hyperlapses by taking the idea to the next level. The journey begins high over the colorful city from the flight deck of the world's largest airliner. Dubai Flow Motion is a mesmerizing tour of one of the most unique cityscapes in the…
A heavy maintenance check on the world's largest passenger plane is no small task. Emirates recently completed a "3C - check" for its first A380, which took 55 days and two teams of people to complete. The airline made a great video of the process, so let's give it a look.
Before the Airbus A380 could ever carry anyone who had paid one rotten cent for the flight, the company that made it had to prove people could get off of it. And in a hurry, if need be. So it loaded it up to the gills with people, and then screamed at them all to get off. Which looks crazy.
Qatar Airways is one of the world's most luxurious airlines, and is the most recent airline to receive the world's largest passenger jet, the Airbus A380 into its fleet. Airbus has compiled a video series of the plane's production for our amusement, so let's check it out.
Singapore Airlines flight 424 from Singapore to Mumbai encountered turbulence while on approach to its destination yesterday. Twenty-two people, including eight passengers and fourteen flight attendants required medical treatment after the Airbus A380 landed.
The Airbus A380 is the world's largest passenger jet, and one of the quietest on which to fly. And with 139 of the monstrous jets now in service, it continues to come into its own. This week alone, new A380 service was launched to two U.S. cities by three different airlines.
So far, only 11 airlines have the world's largest passenger aircraft in their fleet, but Emirates is by the far the biggest fan with now 50 A380s serving 29 destinations. And this is how they build the last one.
Anyone who's ever flown on a long, overseas flight arrives at their destination feeling like they need a shower. That is, unless you're flying in First Class with Emirates. Each of their Airbus A380s has two large bathrooms, equipped with a shower. Let's look at how they're made.
Airbus and Emirates Airlines celebrated a major milestone today, delivering Emirates' 50th Airbus A380 to the airline. Along with the plane, 41 tonnes of humanitarian relief supplies were sent to a UN depot in Dubai.
Like many things in the United Arab Emirates, Etihad Airways has gone above and beyond what most of us will ever expect. Today, the airline showcased their new "Residence" First Class suite. Most of us will never get to fly in it, but let's give it a look anyway.
This is one of those French things. The airliner is the Airbus A380 and the bridge is the 1,125-ft tall Millau Viaduct in France, which you have probably seen on Top Gear. All that’s missing is the world’s longest Citroën SM, a splendid omelette, and maybe that museum relic of Mach 2: the Concorde. Happy Bastille…
With their 800 mm guns, 270 mph race cars and dreams of an empire from the Atlantic to the Caspian, those Third Reich people sure had a thing for big. The Breitspurbahn (broad-gauge railway) was bigger than big: a brand new cross-continental railway with a gauge of 9 feet and 10 ⅛ inches, it was to run the length and…
A new Airbus A380 superjumbo jet experienced a massive engine failure shortly after takeoff in Singapore, forcing the Qantas flight to make an emergency landing. Everyone on board survived, including a passenger with two amusing-in-retrospect before and after tweets. UPDATE!
Miklós Tallián caught the first flight of an Airbus A380, the largest passenger jet ever built, from Tokyo to Frankfurt. This is what it's like to fly on one of the world's most complex aircraft. —Ed.