Emirates A380 A6-EUB operated EK701 Dubai – Mauritius this morning, however the return EK702 returned to the gate at Mauritius and was subsequently delayed overnight due to a technical issue.
Following its overnight weather delay, Emirates A380 A6-EUB departed Birmingham early this evening operating yesterday’s delayed EK38 Birmingham – Dubai as EK38D.
Emirates A380 A6-EUB operated EK37 Dubai – Birmingham this afternoon, however the return EK38 has been delayed overnight due to weather at Birmingham.
A380 A6-EUB, which has been under repair at Dubai since 5th April following a ground collision at Singapore on 30th March, returned to service in the early hours of this morning operating EK701 Dubai – Mauritius.
the ground collision it was involved in on 30th March, Emirates A380 A6-EUB positioned Singapore – Dubai in the early hours of this morning as EK2523 and immediately entered the Dubai maintenance facility.
A380 A6-EUB preparing to operate the Singapore – Dubai sector of EK405 Melbourne – Singapore – Dubai (depart Melbourne 29th March) was being pushed back at Singapore when its right wingtip was in collission with the left wing of ScootBoeing 787-9 9V-OJA. The flight sector was cancelled and passengers reaccommodated on other services.
A380 A6-EUB operated yesterdays delayed EK47/EK48 Dubai – Frankfurt rotation in the early hours of this morning as EK47/EK48D.
A380 A6-EUB entered service this morning operating EK55 Dubai – Dusseldorf. The aircraft is in 14F/76J/429Y configuration without the main deck crew rest area.
media events this morning, Emirates A380 A6-EUB positioned Vienna – Dubai as EK7380 this afternoon to complete its delivery flight.
A380 A6-EUB was delivered Finkenwerder – Vienna this afternoon as EK7380 where it will be involved in media events before the start of A380 operations to Vienna on July 1st. This brings the Emirates A380 fleet up to 80 aircraft
A380 A6-EUB made its first flight from Toulouse today wearing test registration F-WWSZ and positioned Toulouse – Finkenwerder.