Qantas Airbus A380 @ DFW

Wow she’s a big aircraft

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Cool it looks great

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Qantas BA Emirates Qatar Singapore and Malaysia

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From time to time

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Singapore and Malaysian don’t even fly to DFW…

I remember back when the Qantas Airbus A380’s were still being manufactured and delivered to Qantas they used to operate the B747 on that route. It was not pleasant to be in the sky for 15:35 hours in that aircraft.

What registration number is that A380, if you don’t mind me asking?

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@QantasVirtualAirways the registration is VH-OQD

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My friend lives by DFW and he sends me pictures of the Qantas A380

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I cant double check because the Internet here isn’t great so let me know if it is @QantasVirtualAirways

It is VH-OQD my internet is good enough to let me see it again

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They did in like 2010

They either pulled back the 747 from that route or it wasn’t there. Nice find!

Love that aircraft.


@Boeing707 they do fly Singapore to Dallas now.

Qatar doesnt send 380’s to DFW

Can you get me a link? I checked singapore’s website to finally settle whether Dallas is a destination or not and it’s just Houston (see interactive map)

http://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/plan-and-book/where-we-fly/

This should help out, if you scroll right down there’s some information about it. There’s a few “via” flight but I’m pretty sure they mostly do direct.

https://flights.expedia.com/flights-from-singapore-to-dallas-sin-to-dfw/

On Singapore’s own timetable PDF, when you scroll to DFW (Pg 238/239), you’ll notice that all flights are connecting via a city using another airline.

Ex AA1345 to JFK (738) then onwards SQ25 to SIN -via FRA- (A380)

http://www.sqtimetable.com/SQTimetable.pdf

Yea I did notice a few via’s through places like Sydney. This chart may help.