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( Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times )
Economy passengers sit in the back of the main cabin. Economy seats (301 in total) span 18 inches wide, are spread 34 inches apart and include a 10.6-inch viewing monitor. Each passenger in this class also has access to coat hangers and a USB port for charging electronic devices.