well um, I can put it on my street?
Dude the A380 made its first commercial flight less than 10 years ago...
But it's already old for SIA unfortunately. SIA is trying hard to keep their fleet age below 7-8 years old
My mum and dad said I can have it.
They will pay......another one added to my collection.
I think that doesn't make sense. We live in 2017, and in 2017 15-20 y/o planes are perfectly fine for commercial service. Some of LAN's 767s are 12+ y/o. Many many many (many) airlines use planes that re older than 8 years. It doesn't decrease in quality during its first decade of service. Once they pass the 15-20 year mark we could talk.....
Just my opinion.
I think Leasing is also one of the factor that supports some early A380's retirement. I heard SKA is leased and won't be extended again so she will be retired soon
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