They say it’s what’s on the inside that counts, and that’s especially true for the A380, arguably one of the strangest, porpoise (or whale) like aircraft, ever to take to the sky. Once inside, all that extra space turns into a flying experience unlike any other, with two decks the entire length of the aircraft, space for showers, bars, and all sorts of cool flying enhancements. Here are all the routes and airlines you can fly to experience it for yourself…

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Air France

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Paris (CDG) – Abidjan (ABJ)

Paris (CDG) – Hong Kong (HKG)

Paris (CDG) – Johannesburg (JNB)

Paris (CDG) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Paris (CDG) –  Mexico City (MEX)

Paris (CDG) – New York (JFK)

Paris (CDG) – San Francisco (SFO)

Paris (CDG) – Shanghai (PVG)

Paris (CDG) – Washington (IAD)

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Asiana Airlines 

Seoul (ICN) – Bangkok (BKK)

Seoul (ICN) – Hong Kong (HKG)

Seoul (ICN) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Seoul (ICN) – New York (JFK)

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British Airways

London (LHR) – Hong Kong (HKG)

London (LHR) – Johannesburg (JNB)

London (LHR) – Los Angeles (LAX)

London (LHR) – San Francisco (SFO)

London (LHR) – Singapore (SIN)

London (LHR) – Vancouver (YVR)

London (LHR) – Washington (IAD)

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China Southern Airlines

Beijing (PEK) – Amsterdam (AMS)

Beijing (PEK) – Chengdu (CTU)

Beijing (PEK) – Shenzhen (SZX)

Guangzhou (CAN) – Beijing (PEK)

Guangzhou (CAN) – Los Angeles (LAX)

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Emirates Airlines

Dubai (DXB) – Amsterdam (AMS)

Dubai (DXB) – Bangkok (BKK) – Hong Kong (HKG)

Dubai (DXB) – Bahrain (BAH)

Dubai (DXB) – Barcelona (BCN)

Dubai (DXB) – Beijing (PEK)

Dubai (DXB) – Brisbane (BNE) – Auckland (AKL)

Dubai (DXB) – Dallas (DFW)

Dubai (DXB) – Dusseldorf (DUS)

Dubai (DXB) – Frankfurt (FRA)

Dubai (DXB) – Hong Kong (HKG)

Dubai (DXB) – Houston (IAH)

Dubai (DXB) – Jeddah (JED)

Dubai (DXB) – Kuwait (KWI)

Dubai (DXB) – London (LGW)

Dubai (DXB) – London (LHR)

Dubai (DXB) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Dubai (DXB) – Manchester (MAN)

Dubai (DXB) – Mauritius (MRU)

Dubai (DXB) – Melbourne (MEL) – Auckland (AKL)

Dubai (DXB) – Milan (MXP) – New York (JFK)

Dubai (DXB) – Mumbai (BOM)

Dubai (DXB) – Munich (MUC)

Dubai (DXB) – New York (JFK)

Dubai (DXB) – Paris (CDG)

Dubai (DXB) – Perth (PER)

Dubai (DXB) – Prague (PRG)

Dubai (DXB) – Rome (FCO)

Dubai (DXB) – San Francisco (SFO)

Dubai (DXB) – Seoul (ICN)

Dubai (DXB) – Shanghai (PVG)

Dubai (DXB) – Singapore (SIN)

Dubai (DXB) – Sydney (SYD) – Auckland (AKL)

Dubai (DXB) – Taipei (TPE)

Dubai (DXB) – Toronto (YYZ)

Dubai (DXB) – Zurich (ZRH)

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Etihad Airways

Abu Dhabi (AUH) – New York (JFK)

Abu Dhabi (AUH) – London (LHR)

Abu Dhabi (AUH) – Mumbai (BOM)

Abu Dhabi (AUH) – Sydney (SYD)

a blue and white airplane flying in the sky

Korean Air

Seoul (ICN) – Atlanta (ATL)

Seoul (ICN) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Seoul (ICN) – New York (JFK)

Seoul (ICN) – Paris (CDG)

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Frankfurt (FRA) – Beijing (PEK)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Delhi (DEL)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Houston (IAH)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Johannesburg (JNB)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Miami (MIA)

Frankfurt (FRA) – New York (JFK)

Frankfurt (FRA) – San Francisco (SFO)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Seoul (ICN)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Shanghai (PVG)

Frankfurt (FRA) – Singapore (SIN)

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Malaysia Airlines 

Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – London (LHR)

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Melbourne (MEL) – Dubai (DXB) – London (LHR)

Melbourne (MEL) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Sydney (SYD) – Dallas (DFW)

Sydney (SYD) – Dubai (DXB) – London (LHR)

Sydney (SYD) – Los Angeles (LAX)

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Qatar Airways

Doha (DOH) – Bangkok (BKK)

Doha (DOH) – London (LHR)

Doha (DOH) – Paris (CDG)

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Singapore Airlines 

Singapore (SIN) – Beijing (PEK)

Singapore (SIN) – Delhi (DEL)

Singapore (SIN) – Frankfurt (FRA) – New York (JFK)

Singapore (SIN) – Hong Kong (HKG)

Singapore (SIN) – London (LHR)

Singapore (SIN) – Melbourne (MEL)

Singapore (SIN) – Mumbai (BOM)

Singapore (SIN) – Paris (CDG)

Singapore (SIN) – Shanghai (PVG)

Singapore (SIN) – Sydney (SYD)

Singapore (SIN) – Tokyo (NRT) – Los Angeles (LAX)

Singapore (SIN) – Zurich (ZRH)

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Thai Airways International 

Bangkok (BKK) – Frankfurt (FRA)

Bangkok (BKK) – Hong Kong (HKG)

Bangkok (BKK) – London (LHR)

Bangkok (BKK) – Paris (CDG)

Bangkok (BKK) – Tokyo (NRT)


HT: RoutesOnline

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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