Tarmac Aerosave receives its 500th aircraft: Singapore Airlines's first A380

Emilie Drab

2017/11/29 | 161 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
Tarmac Aerosave receives its 500th aircraft: Singapore Airlines's first A380 © Tarmac Aerosave

Tarmac Aerosave has announced that it received its 500th aircraft on 13th November. This is the first Airbus A380 retired from service, MSN 003, which until then was operated by Singapore Airlines. The Asia airline has returned it to its lessor, Germany's Dr Peters, who is storing it in Tarbes while awaiting a second life.

Singapore Airlines has decided to renew its A380 fleet by replacing the first five aircraft that were delivered to it. Two have already left the fleet. The new aircraft ...(…)

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