IN PICS: A380 superjumbo

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The World’s biggest passenger jet, Airbus A380 superjumbo, bearing a belly logo of the national carrier Emirates and the flag of UAE on its tail, flies over the Burj Al-Arab hotel in Dubai 19 November 2005. (Getty Images)
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The French aerobatics team Patrouille de France performs behind an Airbus A380 during the last day of Dubai Air Show in November 2007. (Getty Images)
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Saudi billionaire Prince Walid bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz shakes hands with EADS Chief Executive Tom Enders in front of an Airbus A380 during the 2007 Dubai Air Show. Prince Walid has placed an order for a private Airbus A380, becoming the first private individual to place such an order. (Getty Images)
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Emirates President Tim Clark speaks during a press conference in Dubai in September 2007. Emirates wants to double its order of 55 Airbus A380 superjumbo jets to 110 when airport capacity in its home base permits. (Getty Images)
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Earlier in 2007, Emirates Group Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum and Airbus Chief Executive Louis Gallois signed a contract that took the total number of A380s on order from 43 to 55. (Getty Images)
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In June 2007, Qatar Airways Chief Executive Akbar Al-Baker announced an order for three Airbus A380 superjumbo airliners and confirmed an order for 80 mid-sized A350 aircraft. (Getty Images)
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How the interior of an Etihad A380 might look. Etihad is scheduled to take delivery of four A380s, which forms part of a $8 billion order for 24 new aircraft, signed in 2004. (Getty Images)
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