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Aircraft Information 388

The Airbus A380-800 (or A388) is the largest passenger aircraft in the world, developed by Airbus. It can carry up to 853 passengers in three classes of service for distances up to 15,700 km. The aircraft has two decks and four engines, each with a thrust of over 70,000 pounds. The A388 was introduced into service in 2007 and is used by airlines around the world, including Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, and others.

Technical information about the 388

- Length: 73 meters

- Speed: 945 km/h

- Engine: 4 Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines

- Size: height - 24 meters, width - 80 meters

- Wingspan: 80 meters

- Range: up to 15,700 km

- Weight: 277 tons

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the Airbus A380-800 (A388) are located in the rear of the cabin, closer to the exits. This is because in the event of an emergency, the aircraft usually gets destroyed in the front, so passengers in the rear have a higher chance of survival.

In addition, the A388 has several seats that are considered more comfortable and convenient for passengers:

1. Seats near the cabin exits. They usually have more legroom and wide armrests, making them more comfortable for long flights.

2. Seats in business class. They usually have more legroom, wide seats that can be converted into a full bed, and better service.

3. Seats in the first row of economy class. They usually have more legroom as there are no seats in front of them, and can be more comfortable for passengers who don't like having people sitting in front of them.

In general, the choice of seats in an aircraft depends on the passenger's personal preferences. If safety is a priority for you, it's better to choose a seat in the rear of the cabin. If comfort and convenience are more important, it's better to choose a seat near the cabin exit or in business class.