Europe’s Airbus to scrap the production of this airliner

Europe’s Airbus has announced the plans to scrap the production of the A380 superjumbo on February 14.

The world’s largest airliner has two decks of spacious cabins and rooms for 544 people in a standard layout.

The European company further added that it would enter talks with unions in coming weeks over the 3,000-3,500 jobs potentially affected.Europe’s Airbus to scrap the production of this airliner 105251908 GettyImages 452906976 europe’s airbus to scrap the production of this airliner Europe’s Airbus to scrap the production of this airliner 105251908 GettyImages 452906976

Europe’s Airbus has announced the plans to scrap the production of the A380 superjumbo on February 14. The world’s largest airliner has two decks of spacious cabins and rooms for 544 people in a standard layout.

It was designed to challenge the Boeing’s legendary 747 but got fail to take hold on it. It happened as airlines backed a new generation of smaller jets.Europe’s Airbus to scrap the production of this airliner aa Cover lu6lm6k4625dfv6kohs3umoa10 20180629140501 europe’s airbus to scrap the production of this airliner Europe’s Airbus to scrap the production of this airliner aa Cover lu6lm6k4625dfv6kohs3umoa10 20180629140501

According to Airbus, the last A380 would be delivered in 2021. It further said that ‘Emirates’ had decided to reduce its orders for the iconic superjumbo. Also, it has decided to order a total of 70 of the smaller A350 and A330neo models. The European company further added that it would enter talks with unions in coming weeks over the 3,000-3,500 jobs potentially affected.