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Teruel, Spain - German flag carrier ferried its first Airbus A380 to Teruel Airport in Spain for storage on April 29, where the airline already parked its Airbus A340-600s.

Last week, Lufthansa had announced that it would suspend some of its planes due to the ongoing global health crisis that affected the global airline business more than any industry in the world. Like many operators around the world, it's unlikely that Lufthansa would return its stored A340s, A380s and 747s to the service.

All A340-600s of the German operator were already stored at the Teruel Airport in Spain. Lufthansa's Airbus A380 with registration D-AIMG followed them.

The short flight of Lufthansa's very first superjumbo is likely a one-way trip since the airline is set to reduce the number of its A380s in the fleet from 14 to 8.


In addition to Luthansa's A340-600s and the only A380, five Boeing 747s from British Airways, three A380s from Air France are currently stored at Teruel. Two more Air France Airbus A380 are expected to join them in the coming days.

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