that assumes you would even want to fly on that death trap. Airbus lately and back into the 1980's seems to be fairly notorious for doctoring their voice/flight data recorder boxes (read up on the famous incident where an Airbus A300? (forgot the model) crashes into a grove of trees. it's well documented online and you can find a video. Supposedly in 2005 when a Airfrance A340 crashed in toronto, airbus withheld copies of their planes onboard software. Why? Pieces of junk, can hardly wait to see the new A380 nose first in a giant crater and their refusal to do anything about it
Qantas has just bought a heap of these A380's and if they are up to their standing than ill trust them. Qantas is the safest airline in the world with not suffering a single jetairliner crash.