A Qantas Airbus A380 with VH-OQB approval was damaged last Saturday on a maintenance hangar in Sydney, Australia. The aircraft door collided with scaffolding on the site in front of the hangar. The image below shows the extent of damage to the Qantas A380, as we can see, it was a door upstairs of the A380. With the solid structure, the A380 should stay at least two weeks for repairs on the same hangar. In comparison, the fast overhaul of the aircraft took only three days. During this time, the plane was out of service and was in the hangar. Hangar as the plane should next take a flight to Dallas (USA).
As the company has three Airbus A380 aircraft under maintenance, passengers will be relocated to other Airbus services on flights canceled today and in the coming days. Qantas and other airlines.