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Airbus to scrap A380 Superjumbo production by 2021

By Bloomberg
14 February 2019   |   12:42 pm
Airbus is scrapping its A380 double decker, marking the end of the jumbo jet era. Production of the plane maker’s flagship model will end by 2021 after a handful of remaining buyers including Emirates who received their last orders.

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