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Topic: A380 At ZRH On January 29th?
Username: ThierryD
Posted 2006-01-27 00:28:11 and read 3279 times.

I've read on some websites that an A380 is scheduled to arrive in ZRH on January 29th. Sadly no reports were confirmed ones.
Does anyone of you have some confirmation about that?  Confused

Thierry

Topic: RE: A380 At ZRH On January 29th?
Username: Rotate
Posted 2006-01-31 11:29:45 and read 3123 times.

The A380 was not here  Smile There are rumours all over the place re a visit of the A380 here in ZRH. All have proofed sofar to be wrong .... But some points are worth to be mentioned:

-ZRH is A380 ready and so this bird will defenetely come this year to check, if everything is on GO.
-ZRH is very spotterfriendly: Everybody is going to know in advance when this bird will come, it will be printed in newspapers etc .....
-Re the date ? Just 1 thought from my side. I know there is a flyby of the A380 planned in GVA on the 25th and 26th of April. So why a flyby in GVA on these 2 dates ?? I think this is the datre, when the A380 will be in ZRH, got me?

Rgds

Robin

Topic: RE: A380 At ZRH On January 29th?
Username: PipoA380
Posted 2006-01-31 11:37:39 and read 3117 times.

Quoting Rotate (Reply 1):
So why a flyby in GVA on these 2 dates

Damn, I don't know but I've reserved these two dates since the day I knew it was coming  Wink

I'd say it is to test the approach path to GVA without landing. I just wonder how many flybys it will make. Just a single one? Don't know... Hope enough to make good pictures!

Best regards
Philippe

Topic: RE: A380 At ZRH On January 29th?
Username: ThierryD
Posted 2006-01-31 11:57:44 and read 3102 times.

Thanks guys!

Looks like I might spend 2 days in beautiful Switzerland in April  Wink

Thierry


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