The world’s largest commercial passenger aircraft touched down in Glasgow on Tuesday, marking the start of a regular scheduled service between the city and Dubai.
The world’s largest commercial passenger aircraft will begin regular services between Glasgow and Dubai on Tuesday.
Emirates has marked 15 years since arriving in Glasgow, just a week before starting a new service with an A380 aircraft.
Airbus hoped the A380 would revolutionise passenger air travel when the aircraft began flying in 2007, but strong demand failed to materialise.
Unions have expressed “bitter disappointment” at news that Airbus is to cease production of its superjumbo A380 aircraft.
Airbus has announced it will end production of its flagship A380 superjumbo, potentially putting UK jobs at risk.