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Fashion and food at 30 000 feet

British Airways launched its new A380 Airbus in style with champagne, fashion from Harrods and food catered by the Saxon.

Qantas: Forty A380 engines need to be replaced

Up to half of the Rolls-Royce engines of the type that disintegrated on an Airbus superjumbo this month may need to be replaced.

Rolls-Royce to take back A380 engines from Airbus

Engine maker Rolls-Royce has asked Airbus EAD to return some Airbus A380 engines from production lines.

Airbus says A380 fix could hit deliveries

Airbus has warned airlines and investors of possible delivery setbacks for the world's largest airliner in the wake of the A380 engine blowout.

EU safety regulator orders A380 engine inspection

Europe's aviation regulator said fire from an oil leak was the likely cause of last week's engine failure of a Qantas A380 plane.

Qantas reviews way it runs A380s in engine probe

Qantas Airways is reviewing the way it operates its A380 planes after last week's engine blowout, a source said on Tuesday.

Qantas A380 fleet could fly again within days

Australia's Qantas Airways hopes to have its fleet of six Airbus A380s flying again "within days" following urgent checks after an engine failure.

Qantas grounds A380s after Singapore emergency

Australia's Qantas Airways grounded its fleet of Airbus A380 superjumbos on Thursday after an engine failure forced an emergency landing in Singapore.

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