Qantas yesterday added Hong Kong to its list of destinations served by the A380. Whatever your preferred airline, here are the direct services for every airline that currently flies the A380 into Australia.
Picture by Jimmy Harris
There’s a lot to like about the A380. Regardless of which airline you travel on, it will usually be the newest model in its fleet, so the onboard entertainment and power options will beat older craft. You won’t necessarily pay a premium for flying on it in economy class; in business or first you might well be looking at a bigger price tag, though there are definitely circumstances where that makes sense.
•Auckland-Sydney-Dubai (daily EK413)
•Dubai-Sydney-Auckland (daily EK412)
•Sydney-Singapore-London (daily QF31)
•London-Singapore-Sydney (daily QF32)
•Melbourne-Singapore-London (daily QF9)
•London-Singapore-Melbourne (daily QF10)
•Sydney-Los Angeles (daily QF11)
•Los Angeles-Sydney (daily QF12)
•Melbourne-Los Angeles (daily QF93)
•Los Angeles-Melbourne (daily QF94)
•Sydney-Hong Kong (Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays QF127)
•Hong Kong-Sydney (Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays QF128)
•Sydney-Singapore (daily SQ232, SQ222)
•Singapore-Sydney (daily SQ231, SQ221)
Know of an A380 flight that runs to Australia we’ve missed? Tell us in the comments.