Why Airbus says the A380 superjumbo's future is in doubt

Orders for the world's largest passenger jet are drying up – none have been made in the past two years. The economics of the A380 have proved daunting, with airlines having to fly every flight at full capacity to make a profit. Here's a quick look at what makes the superjumbo unique
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