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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Qantas Airways( Ken Hively / Los Angeles Times )
Seats in business class recline to form fully flat beds up to 80-inches long. Seats also come with a built-in massage function, foldout table and 12.1-inch viewing monitor built into the armrest. Passengers in business class have access to a lounge for relaxing with other passengers or meetings.