Comparing airlines' Airbus A380s
British Airways received its first Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial passenger aircraft, in July and began flying it between LAX and Heathrow on Sept. 24. Now ten airlines operate the superjumbo jet, including Thai Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Air France, Emirates, Qantas Airways, China Southern and Singapore Airlines. Here's a look at how these airlines have equipped their A380s.
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Korean Air( Lee Jin-man / Associated Press )
Duty free shop
Korean Air takes an innovative approach to in-flight shopping aboard the A380. Instead of selling goods on pushcarts, the airline set up a shop located in the rear of the main cabin. The flying store features about 60 products, and a cabin crew member is on hand to answer questions. After viewing merchandize, passengers can make purchases at their seat.