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    A380 - Innovation

    A380 - Innovation

    Even more efficient, still unique

    Greener, cleaner, quieter and smarter, the A380 is setting a new standard for the global aviation industry with its superior efficiency, profitability and operational effectiveness.

    Not only is it setting new passenger comfort standards, the A380 also is raising the bar for environmental standards with its low fuel consumption and noise levels – as well as reduced?CO2 and NOx emissions.

    More details on the Airbus A380

    Cabin

    Innovation

    Benefits to Airlines

    Commonality

    Environment

    Airlines destinations

    • Range 14 800 km 8 000 nm
    • Typical seating 4-class 400-550 400-550
    • Overall length 72.7 m 238 ft 6 in
    • Height 24.09 m 79 ft 1 in
    • Wing span 79.75 m 261 ft 10 in
    Dimensions
    Overall length 72.7 m
    Cabin length 51.1 m
    Fuselage width 7.1 m
    Max cabin width Main deck: 6.5 m
    Upper deck: 5.8 m
    Wing span (geometric) 79.8 m
    Height
    24.1 m
    Track
    14.3 m
    Wheelbase 29.7 m
    Capacity
    Pax
    Max seating
    853
      Typical seating 4-class 400-550
    Cargo
    LD3 capacity underfloor
    38 LD3
      Max pallet number underfloor
    13
      Water volume
    1,574 m
    Performance
    Range 14 800 km
    Mmo M0.89
    Max ramp weight
    577 tonnes
    Max take-off weight
    575 tonnes
    Max landing weight
    394 tonnes
    Max zero fuel weight
    369 tonnes
    Max fuel capacity
    320 000 litres
    Dimensions
    Overall length 238 ft 6 in
    Cabin length 167 ft 8 in
    Fuselage width 23 ft 4 in
    Max cabin width Main deck: 21 ft 4 in
    Upper deck: 19 ft 0 in
    Wing span (geometric) 261 ft 10 in
    Height
    79 ft 1 in
    Track
    46 ft 11 in
    Wheelbase 97 ft 5 in
    Capacity
    Pax
    Max seating
    853
      Typical seating 4-class 400-550
    Cargo
    LD3 capacity underfloor
    38 LD3
      Max pallet number underfloor
    13
      Water volume
    9 044 ft3
    Performance
    Range  8 000 nm
    Mmo M0.89
    Max ramp weight
    1 272 lb x 1000
    Max take-off weight
    1 268 lb x 1000
    Max landing weight 868 lb x 1000
    Max zero fuel weight
    813 lb x 1000
    Max fuel capacity
    84 600 USG

    Aircraft weights and capabilities shown are the highest values. Ranges shown are for typical passenger load

    Revenue generation

    The A380’s service introduction ushered in a new era of airline transportation for operators. Whether it’s being used to reduce the number of flights and create cost savings while maintaining capacity, or to offer more capacity with fewer take-off slots, the A380 brings operators a wide range of commercial advantages. Furthermore, with two full-length decks, more space for every passenger, and a flying experience no other aircraft in the sky can match, the A380 has become a must-have ticket on every route it flies – resulting in a significant first-mover advantage for operators.

    New technologies

    A380 Cockpit

    The A380’s cockpit – which is based on Airbus’ industry-leading flight deck design for its fly-by-wire jetliner families – features the latest advances in cockpit technology, including larger interactive displays, an advanced flight management system and improved navigation modes.

    The A380's main instrument panel incorporates eight identical and interchangeable liquid crystal display units, providing a primary flight display, navigation display, two multi-function displays, an engine warning display and a systems display. The larger display size provides increased perspective for pilots and allows for enhanced presentation modes as a vertical situation awareness function that presents a “vertical cut” of the aircraft trajectory incorporating flight path, terrain and weather information.

    A key A380 innovation is the use of an electronic library to largely replace the traditional paper documentation used by pilots. This library allows flight and maintenance crews to easily locate relevant operational information in the various flight manuals, lists and logbooks, while enabling an optimisation of performance and weight-and-balance computations.

    Technology A380

    Runway management

    Airbus introduced its innovative Brake to Vacate technology on the A380, allowing flight crews to more effectively manage approach and landing by pre-selecting the optimum runway exit. This can reduce runway occupancy time by up to 30% – significantly increasing the number of aircraft that can be handled by the world’s airports.

    Advanced materials

    By incorporating the latest advances in structures and materials, the A380 offers the lowest cost per seat of any wide-body aircraft, over 15% lower than its nearest competitor. This includes the use of advanced aluminium alloys for the wing and fuselage,?along with the extensive application of composite materials in the centre wing box’s primary structure, wing ribs, and rear fuselage section.

    The A380 also uses Glare? material in the pressurised fuselage’s upper and lateral shells. Glare? is a laminate incorporating alternate layers of aluminium alloy and glass fibre reinforced adhesive, with its properties optimised by adjusting the number of plies and orientation of the glass tapes. This offers a significant reduction in weight and provides advanced fatigue and damage resistance characteristics.

    Efficiency and reliability

    Two new-generation engine options (the Engine Alliance GP7200 and Rolls-Royce’s Trent 900) – combined with an advanced wing and landing gear design – make the A380 significantly quieter the other large airliners – enabling Airbus’ very large aircraft to meet strict local regulations at airports around the world.

    With a new wing design and composite materials accounting for 25% of its structural weight, the A380 is an all-around efficient aircraft. By producing only about 75 grams of CO2 per passenger kilometre, the A380 is helping the aviation industry's commitment to minimise greenhouse gas emissions.

    The A380’s reliability and maintainability are further increased with modern technology, including an enhanced onboard central maintenance system and variable frequency generators – which simplify the large aircraft’s electrical generation network. Hydraulic power is provided by two fully independent systems with an operating pressure of 5,000 psi., instead of the conventional 3,000 psi. This ability to handle higher pressures results in smaller and lighter hydraulic system equipment, as well as less hydraulic fluid on board, proving how Airbus innovations continue to deliver efficiency in every area of aircraft design and manufacture.

    The typical range for Airbus’ A380 commercial aircraft is shown in this diagram, which includes a global map.

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