Cracks are found in the wings of three Airbus A380s

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Airbus A380: World's biggest planes are not sky-worthy, say engineers | Mail Online

[h=1]World's biggest super-jumbos must be GROUNDED, say engineers after cracks are found in the wings of three Airbus A380s[/h]
  • Cracks found in two Singapore Air super-jumbos, and one Qantas
  • Both airlines admit cracks, but say planes are safe
  • 'We can't continue to gamble with lives' - engineer

Both airlines, and Airbus, admitted that they had discovered cracks, but maintained that the aircraft were safe. In total, 67 Airbus A380s are in use worldwide, on seven airlines.The aircraft are in use by Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Air France, Lufthansa, Korean Airlines and China Southern.
 

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Whatever, it should be rectified and all informed.
 

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Whatever, it should be rectified and all informed.
May be they should call in some Soviet Engineers as they were only the people who built equal or even bigger planes then A-380..
 

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