I was just wondering after watching the AC A340-300 taking off you can see the two small lights on the side of the forward fuselage. What made Airbus decide to add these lights on the side of the fuselage on all aircraft Here's the link to the video of AC A343 taking off. http://flightlevel350.com/video_streaming.php?id=5718
One thing I do understand since the lights are used for taking off and landing if its not locate on the wing or underneath the wing then they would place it on the fuselage on A300 and A310 however on A320s, A321 and A319 plus A340s and A330s do have lights underneath their wing or on the wing they still have those one or two smaller lights on the fuselage. I hope this makes any sense.