Etihad Airways plans to fly its Airbus A380s to Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York when the airline begins to take delivery of the A380 in late 2014.
Etihad has 10 superjumbos on order, and each will carry a standard three-class layout of first, business and economy.
According to the Centre For Aviation, Etihad CEO James Hogan also expects delivery of the first of 40 Boeing 787-9s towards the end of next year.
Etihad's order of 40 Dreamliners will be split into two class and three class versions.
Qatar Airways also had 10 superjumbos on the books for delivery in 2014, although both airlines are dwarfed by Gulf carrier kingpin Emirates, which already has 33 A380s in the air from a total order of 90.
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