KARACHI – The world’s largest passenger jet aircraft will touch down at London Gatwick next month as Emirates brings an Airbus A380 to the airport to mark 25 years of service, says a press release. The Emirates’ double decker, which carries over 500 passengers, will make history on 6th July when it becomes the first ever A380 service to Gatwick Airport.  The A380 will operate one of Emirates’ three daily flights to Gatwick, enabling passengers to experience the world-renowned amenities on board. These include the world’s first Onboard Shower Spas in First Class, an Onboard Lounge for First and Business Class passengers and an in-flight entertainment system throughout the aircraft with over 1300 channels on demand. Emirates, one of the world’s fastest-growing international airlines, first flew to the UK on 6th July, 1987 with a daily service to Gatwick. Today, the airline offers 16 daily flights from UK airports to Dubai where passengers can connect to a network of over 120 destinations worldwide.