A380 flights starting from Germany

Lufthansa A380 © Jens Görlich for LufthansaLufthansa is the second European airline to operate an A380. The maiden flight took place on June 6th 2010 flying the German football national team to the World Championships in South Africa. The first scheduled route was from Frankfurt to Tokyo, starting on June 6th 2010, followed by Beijing, Johannesburg, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Singapore.

On board the A380

An Bord des A380 von Lufthansa © Lufthansa

Lufthansa has equipped all its A380s with 526 seats and has the biggest A380 Business Class with 98 seats. Learn more about the furnishing of all cabin classes.

A380 routes

Lufthansa A380 at Frankfurt Airport © Jens Görlich for LufthansaLufthansa currently operates the A380 from Frankfurt to Beijing, Johannesburg, Houston, New York, San Francisco, Singapore, and Tokyo. As not all flights between the cities mentioned are operated with an A380, please check here for flight numbers and times.

The A380 fleet

Lufthansa A380 in the sky © Jens Görlich for LufthansaLufthansa ordered 15 aircrafts type A380-841 of which most are currently in service. Here you’ll find an overview on serial numbers, aircraft registrations and delivery dates of all planes.

Worth knowing

Lufthansa A380 above the Alps © Jens Görlich for Lufthansa

Here you’ll learn nice-to-know info on Lufthansa’s A380 – for example when and where training flights will take place and when new aircrafts will be named. In addition there is a virtual tour through an A380 on the Lufthansa website as well as a wallpaper download area with the most beautiful photos.