It's complicated job when you need to swap out a Rolls-Royce jet engine on a giant Airbus A380. CNET takes you inside a British Airways hanger at London's Heathrow airport to see how it's done.
The aircraft maker announces at the Farnborough International Airshow that it is sharply cutting production of the jumbo jet.
To fly the world's largest airliner you need courage, patience and the skill to master a small control stick.
The last A380 in BA's original Airbus order, the giant airliner arrived last week at London's Heathrow airport. We learned how the engines are replaced.
Technically Incorrect: It's bad enough to endlessly circle an airport in your car while trying to find parking. Try endlessly circling in a plane while trying to land.
On the day that Emirates inaugurated A380 service from San Francisco to Dubai, CNET goes inside for a tour of the sky-high luxury.
The 16-foot-long model is powered by four small turbine engines, and wowed a crowd at a recent model-airplane show in Switzerland.
Airbus showed off its mammoth A380, still a relatively new option for the airline industry, at the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget Airport. Here's a look at the double-decker passenger jet's demonstration.
While the Sony Alpha DSLR-A380 is a solid inexpensive dSLR with a few nice features that will probably satisfy many shooters, it doesn't deliver quite enough on any front to outshine competitors.
Road Trip 2011: Each time Airbus prepares to build another A380, it must first send a convoy of the giant components for this mammoth airplane on a 124-mile journey that passes straight through the middle of the tiny French hamlet of Levignac.