Etihad is all set to reactivate all four of its A380 placed in storage at the start of the pandemic. The airline made the announcement of returning the A380 jumbo aircraft towards the end of 2022 and since then the airline reactivated its first A380 in March 2023.  The next A380 is all ready to return to its base in Abu Dhabi this week. The aircraft took off from Teruel Airport in Spain to Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrenees Airport in France where it is currently undergoing maintenance before returning to Abu Dhabi. The first A380 spent about a month at Tarbes before returning

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