Anatomy of an A380

As the 555-passenger double-decker jets are assembled, Airbus can install fancy features for its customers, including beds, bars and boutiques. Fortune takes a look inside the plane.

Cabin fever
Cabin fever
The A380 is sold in two versions. The A380-800 can carry 555 passengers in a three-class configuration or up to 853 passengers in a single-class economy configuration.

Pictured here is a mock up of an A380 first class cabin with stretched seat (flat bed seat style). Offering about a third more seating and far more available floor space than its closest competitor, the A380 will have wider seats and aisles, open spaces for passengers to stretch their legs and access to lower-deck amenities.








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