Airbus Unveils New Jumbo Jet European plane maker Airbus rolls out the A380, the world's largest passenger jet, in Toulouse, France. The A380 can carry up to 850 passengers and offers such luxury amenities as first class bedrooms. The jet cost $13 billion to develop.
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Airbus Unveils World's Largest Passenger Jet

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Airbus Unveils World's Largest Passenger Jet

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European plane maker Airbus rolls out the A380, the world's largest passenger jet, in Toulouse, France. The A380 can carry up to 850 passengers and offers such luxury amenities as first class bedrooms. The jet cost $13 billion to develop.

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