A380 FROM THE COCKPIT: LEARNING TO FLY A BEHEMOTH

Lufthansa’s two chief A380 training captains chat with Charles Kennedy about what is required to fly the superjumbo.

AIRBUS A380 SPECIAL

The Airbus A380 is the biggest airliner in the world and must surely represent the pinnacle of a pilot’s flying career? This was one of the questions I posed to Lufthansa’s two A380 chief training captains, Richard Lenz and Geert Pruess. “Absolutely!” they both replied at the beginning of an exclusive interview with Aviation News as to the qualities required to take control of the airline’s flagship.

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