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A380 now flies from Melbourne

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The world's favourite superjumbo comes to Melbourne

Melburnian planespotters rejoice! The famous A380 is now going to fly from Melbs, starting next month. The 471-seat superjumbo will fly between Melbourne and Singapore daily. The chief claim to fame of the A380, are the first class 'suites', with sliding doors, a full-sized bed and a sleek 23-inch high-resolution LCD TV. Nice — for those who can afford it.

Have you flown the A380? Sure, the first class is bound to be incredible, but is the economy class cabin (where let's face it, most of us sit) any different from a normal plane? Let us know using the comments form below:

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