On the 17th of january, the Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation announced that Airbus A-380 super jumbo will be able to serve Indian airports.
The authorization is for the airports of Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. The only ones so far to have sufficient infrastructure to accommodate the largest commercial aircraft in the world (500 to 800 passengers depending on configuration).
Already, Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Lufthansa have expressed a wish to operate the A380 on international routes to Indian airports, according to the Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation. Emirates, which operates the largest A380 fleet, which operates numerous links with India is expected to follow suit.