Virgin Atlantic is targeting six key hubs for its Airbus A380s set to start service in 2008, and predicts those planes will replace Boeing 747s within a decade as technology on Boeing's jumbo jet wanes and demand at capacity-constrained airports continues to surge. The carrier's initial routes for the planes are between London and JFK, Hong Kong, Sydney, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Tokyo. Chairman Richard Branson said on Tuesday in Toulouse, France, before the A380's "reveal" ...
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