DALLAS, TX -- Everything is bigger in Texas, right? We’ve got big cars, big buildings, big hair, and now we can add big planes to that list.
This is a great day for the Dallas-Fort Worth region and for the airport,” said Sean Donohue, CEO of DFW International Airport.
Our friends from Down Under at Qantas Airlines flew the world's largest passenger plane from Australia to DFW Monday.
The A380 will replace their Boeing 777 that normally flies this way. This thing seats about 484 passengers -- 120 more seats than its predecessor.
There was a lot of buzz at the airport for this double-decker plane and Mr. Saturday Night Fever himself, John Travolta!
“This is the happiest group of passengers and crew I have ever seen get off a 15 hour flight,” Travolta said.
This isn't the only A380 coming to Big D. Emirates Airlines will also send its plane from Dubai our way, complete with a shower in the sky.
Yeah, folks traveling in style.