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What it’s like inside world’s biggest ever passenger plane Airbus A380 that dwarfs ordinary jets

It is absolutely massive.
  • The Airbus A380 is the largest passenger jet in the world
  • Different airlines customized it with different configurations
  • In theory, it’s available as a private jet, too

Published on Feb 21, 2024 at 9:14PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 22, 2024 at 6:15PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

The Airbus A380 is the world’s largest passenger plane and as such, the interior is vast and customizable.

From regular airliners to semi-private ones, the A380 is truly impressive.

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Measuring 73 meters and with a wingspan of nearly 80 meters, the Airbus A380 is large enough to accommodate up to 520 passengers.

And that’s not including crew, of course.

The number of coach seats versus business or first class largely depends on the airline.

A variety of airlines across the globe use this aircraft, which means you can find all kinds of configurations.

Pictured below, left to right, Airbus A380 Economy Class, Business Class and Residence Suite

Pictured above, a render of the Airbus A380 customized as private jet created with AI

More importantly, just like (nearly) any other commercially available jet, the A380 is, in theory, customizable as a private jet as well.

For those who can afford it, that is.

And it’s been done before, by the way.

There are private jets that are bigger than some homes.

And not long ago, a sheikh, whose identity remains undisclosed, spent a whopping $450 million on a private Boeing 747.

Even Drake, the rapper and R & B singer, owns a private jet that’s the size of a passenger jet.

Actually, in his case, it was a cargo jet that’s been repurposed as a private jet, so it’s even bigger.

It’s like that old saying, usually attributed to Walt Disney.

“If you can dream it, you can do it”, the saying goes.

In this case, if you can dream it, and if you can afford it, then yes, you can also do it.

Some of the images used for this article were created with AI.

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