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27 March 2014
27. March 2014 Commercial Aircraft

First A380 for Asiana Airlines shines in full livery

More than 1,100 A330s and A340s have been produced on the final assembly line for these widebody long-range aircraft at Toulouse/Blagnac Airport in France
The first A380 for Asiana Airlines was rolled out of the Airbus paint shop in Hamburg, marking the completion of its painting. The aircraft will then have completion of its cabin and enter a final phase of ground and flight tests in Hamburg, during which all cabin systems will be thoroughly tested, including air flow and air conditioning, lighting, galleys, lavatories, seats and in-flight entertainment systems. In parallel, Airbus will also undertake advanced performance tests with the aircraft before it flies back to Toulouse for preparation of its delivery to the airline in the second quarter of this year.

Asiana Airlines has firm orders for six A380s and will operate the aircraft from Seoul initially on regional services in Asia followed by long-haul routes to the US.

More than 1,100 A330s and A340s have been produced on the final assembly line for these widebody long-range aircraft at Toulouse/Blagnac Airport in France

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