Ruling the roost is Qantas, with their four A380s and two routes heading into LAX, plus the seniority of being the first to launch regular flights from LAX. They've been flying the double-deckers from LA to Melbourne since late 2008, with Sydney following as the second added route. After the infamous engine disintegration incident in 2010, all Qantas A380 flights were suspended, but operations returned to normal earlier this year. Qantas is even considering a third route from LAX to Down Under to begin next year, but there's no further news on that front.
· Korean Air
Just as they're the sexiest A380 at JFK right now, Korean Air is also the newest. Korean began flying their A380 from LA just this month, after beginning flights from New York back in August. The big blue ox boasts First Class and Business Class lounges inside, and even a mini duty-free shop.
· Singapore Airlines
It's hard to believe that Singaporethe launch airline of the A380 back in 2007hasn't begun A380 flights to New York (yet) when they've already got the superjumbo flying into LAX (though only since this last August). Sure, Asia is far nearer to the west coast than east, but stillit's New York! Ah well, for the time being LAX can enjoy lording this over NYC, since Singapore Airlines is famous for their Givenchy tableware and linens, and full bed suites in First Class.
Pro Tip: Blog From the Control Tower posted the schedule of A380 activity at the airport, noting that Thursday is the best day to see A380s from all three airlines.