unposter76 congratulations another spam post nothing of facts just Boeing pumpola in 2007 the FAA said this and today it may be a larger pool of Airports the hub and spoke principal still works from these airports passengers go home to smaller landing strips "The following airports meet the FAA design standards for the A380:
Anchorage International Airport
Denver International Airport
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport
Orlando International Airport
Miami International Airport
San Francisco International Airport
In addition, three airports can handle A380 cargo planes:
Memphis International Airport
Louisville International-Standiford Field Airport
Ontario International Airport (California)
Dulles International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport are close
to being ready for the A380, according to the FAA.
I went thru the planespotter data base for airbus again rather than use the latest delivery data. Latest delivery data includes planes which are resold and not new deliveries.
The airbus delivery data base shows only 19 deliveries so far this month.
So it is BA =34 Airbus= 19
Not sure about staus today but back in Dec. of 2011 this was the media report.
Houston will become sixth U.S. airport to land regularly scheduled service on the Airbus A380, the world's largest commercial passenger aircraft.
That will come Aug. 1, when German carrier Lufthansa says it will start using A380s for its daily service between Frankfurt and Houston Bush Intercontinental. Lufthansa currently uses Boeing 747-400s on that route.