The Airbus A380 uses Jet A / Jet A-1 type fuel
At the moment its the Airbus A380, it used to be the Boeing 747. The Airbus A380 is 7% larger
The planned and announced configurations for the Airbus A380 range from 450 passengers, used by Qantas, to 840 passengers, used by Air Austral.
"A388" is actually the ICAO aircraft type designator code used by airlines and air traffic control. A388 refers to an Airbus A380-800
It was first used by Singapore Airlines on 25 October 2007
The Airbus A380 has 22 tyres. Two smaller 'auxiliary' tyres at the front and twenty tyres in the main gear.
There are no A 380 being used in Canada. Air Canada has 10 A 340's.
The Airbus A320 uses Jet A / Jet A-1 type fuel
An Airbus A380 has 853 passenger seats. These seats are actually used by passengers only if the whole plane has Economy Class configuration. If the plane has a regular three Class configuration, then only 555 will board the plane maximum.
The Airbus A380 has 22 wheels. Two smaller 'auxiliary' wheels on a single strut at the front, two sets of under-wing 4-wheel struts and two sets of fuselage mounted six-wheel struts.
The largest aircraft is the Antonov an225 the largest aircraft that is used to transport passengers is the Airbus A380