An A380 super jumbo tires will only last about 300 landings which is about six months of operations. And they cost $92,000 each to replace!
Flight crew or a maintenance personnel would inspect the tires before take-off regularly in-order to check any damage or wear.
The specific number of landings-per-tire is affected by such variable factors as weather, hard landings, cross-wind landings, anti-skid action, and rough or damaged runway surfaces. These can all have an effect on the condition of the rubber surrounding the tire’s core, even creating differences in tire condition from one set of landing gear to another on the same airplane. Yes, modern automobiles may be driven up to 50,000 miles on only one set of tires, but unlike airliners, those tires aren’t constantly being flown into concrete at 200 kilometers per hour!
Aircraft tires do not typically have a definitive lifespan. Variables such as weather, hard landings, cross-wind landings, anti-skid action and rough or damaged runway surfaces all have an effect on the condition of the rubber surrounding the tire’s core.
Recapped or retreaded tires is standard procedure in aviation and is regarded as being the most economical and safe method for maintaining proper landing gear function.
Some recapped tires will last for up to 100 landings, while others will need replacement far sooner.
The tires on an Airbus 380 jet will last for approximately 300 landings, which is approximately six months of operations.
There are 22 tires on an A380, four more than a Boeing 747 and eight more than a Boeing 777.