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The Airbus A380 is clearly larger than a Boeing 777.
No. The Airbus A380 is double decker so it is much bigger.
A380 is faster because it has bigger engines and its a bigger aircraft
Airbus A380, Boeing 747, Boing 777
it is really fast faster than a car ;p
No, only the Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 have 2 decks that are flying today.
Currently they operate: Airbus A380, Airbus A340-500, Airbus A340-300, Airbus A330-200, Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 777-300, Boeing 777-200LR, Boeing 777-200 Details taken from the related link.
777-200 136kts 156mph 777-200ER 139kts 160mph 777-200LR 140kts 161mph 777-300 149kts 171mph 777/300ER 149kts 171mph The actual touchdown speed depends on the load of the plane. If it is heavily loaded with passengers and fuel it will land faster than if it is almost empty and had few passengers.
No, it doesn't. As of January 2009, the A380 of SIA only flies to Melbourne, Sydney, London, Paris, Hong Kong and Tokyo. Later in March 2009, Zurich will also be serviced by the A380. Meanwhile, SIA flies 777 to Mumbai.
b-747 b-777 b-787 b-737 a310 a380 a340 hercules harrier stealth
Both, the Boeing 777 and the Boeing 787 have extremely long range than any other airplanes. The Boeing 777 is very old and it been around much longer than the Boeing 787. The Boeing 777 can also carry more passengers than the Boeing 787 but the Boeing 787 is lighter, can take off faster and easier, can travel faster and has more longer range than the Boeing 777. The Boeing 777 is heavier than the Boeing 787. Size does not even matter but the altitude and the range! Top speed of the Boeing 777: 567 miles per hour Top speed of the Boeing 787: 677 miles per hour Maximum cruising altitude of the Boeing 777: 43, 400 ft Maximum cruising altitude of the Boeing 787: 45, 200 ft
No. Delta said their not interested in purchasing new long haul aircraft at this time. They will stick with the 777 for long haul and some A330.