On March 25, Lufthansa will put three Airbus A380 aircraft – the world's biggest passenger plane – into operation in Munich to serve three intercontinental routes. In the future the airline plans to station five of the superjumbos at Terminal 2.
In the coming summer timetable period, the A380s will fly to Los Angeles, Beijing and Hong Kong. This will increase overall capacity in the long-haul segment and bolster Lufthana's hub operations in Munich. The arrival of the newcomers will also be a big day for Munich Airport, which is now firmly and unquestionably established as one of Europe's major aviation hubs.