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Old Mar 23, 22, 5:52 pm
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A380 First Class

I have never flown in an A380 and would like to try it. I obviously cannot afford the expensive fares for a long flight. So where can I find a not so expensive fare for first class on an A380?
Is this the right forum to post this question?
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Old Mar 23, 22, 7:35 pm
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Originally Posted by Davvidd View Post
I have never flown in an A380 and would like to try it. I obviously cannot afford the expensive fares for a long flight. So where can I find a not so expensive fare for first class on an A380?
Is this the right forum to post this question?
I think this has been asked before.
First need to find what airlines/routes are now flying the A380 with First class. Far less than in 2019 and will be less in the next -3~5 years.

EK used to operate SYD-CHC with the A380:- 3:30hr flight. But no idea if that will be reinstated
TR-->Cheapest Way to Fly Business Class On An Emirates A380 | 5th Freedom Flight | Video

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airbus_A380 (may not be accurate)
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Old Mar 24, 22, 5:34 pm
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Thank you very much. Yes I will check with these airlines.
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Old Mar 24, 22, 10:01 pm
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If you do not fly First, you may be able to stay overnight (if it happens)
ExecTrav AU--->Converted A380 hotel invites you to spend a night in the cockpit suite

While most travellers prefer to spend as little time as possible onboard an aircraft, plans to transform an A380 into a hotel in the French city of Toulouse - home of superjumbo manufacturer Airbus - might be enough to change our minds. And it could be open as early as 2024.
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