The Chief Operating Officer Mr John Leahy of Air Bus mentioned that Jet Airways and Air Deccan have also shown an interest in acquiring this passenger aircraft.
The Managing Director of Air Deccan, Capt G.R. Gopinath, was on the flight from Toulouse and he showed an interest in operating the aircraft in India in an all-economy configuration. Capt Gopinath is convinced that Air Deccan can offer fares that are lower than what are charged by the Rajdhani Express trains if they operate the A380 aircraft - said Mr Leahy.
If that happens, it would be really cheap and fast to travel between major indian cities.
Air Deccan has placed orders for 5 of these aircrafts and might order few more later. A380 company estimates that India would require about 50 A380-type of aircraft in the next 20 years. Kingfisher Airline will, however, be the first Indian carrier to operate the A380 aircraft, although it may not be the first airline to operate the aircraft in the Indian skies.
Many airports around the globe doesn't have the facilities for receiving the A380.
If you want to see this "World's Biggest" passenger aircraft, you can head towards Delhi airport or Mumbai airport and you will be able to see it.
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