In a statement, the firm said it would create its last deliveries of this aircraft in 2021.
Your choice employs Emirates, the largest customer of the A380, paid down its purchase.
The aircraft that was pricey has fought to contend with more efficient, smaller models.
In an announcement on Thursday, Airbus said Emirates will lower its A380 orderbook in 162 to 1 2 3 aircraft.
“As a consequence of this decision we have no substantial A380 back-log and hence no basis to preserve production, despite all our sales efforts with different airlines in recent decades. This contributes to the conclusion of A380 deliveries in 2021,” said Airbus leader Tom Enders.
“Passengers all over the globe love to fly this wonderful aircraft. Thus today’s announcement is painful for people and also the A380 communities worldwide.”
Airbus said it’d start discussions with spouses seeing the”3,000 to 3,500 positions potentially impacted on the next three decades.”
Greg Waldron, Asia managing editor of Flight Global, said a was changing out from bigger models just like the four-engine A380 in favour of smaller, wide-body jets.