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Teruel, Spain - Lufthansa ferried the last Airbus A380 with registration D-AIMB to the Spanish Airport Teruel for long-term storage. 

It is uncertain what fate awaits the seven Lufthansa A380s stored under the scorching Spanish sun. Lufthansa wants to cut the number of A380s in the fleet 14 to a maximum of eight planes.

The retired superjumbos should go back to the owners. Lufthansa is currently silent about which planes will leave the fleet. The German flag carrier also stored the entire A340-600 in addition to its A380 there.

The dry climate in northeastern Spain provides reliable protection against corrosion.

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