Aviation Photo #1299150: Airbus A300B4-608ST Super Transporter - Airbus Transport International


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Alastair T. Gardiner
    Airbus Transport International
    Airbus A300B4-608ST Super Transporter
    Airbus A300-600ST Super Transporter
    Airbus A300-600ST Super Transporter
    Airbus
    655
    F-GSTA
    1
    Hamburg - Finkenwerder
    Germany
    August 26, 2005
  • 304

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#1299150
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Accepted
November 27, 2007
Caption
Touchdown on a wet rw23!
Width
1024px
Height
684px

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Comments (20)

Anonymous
8 years ago
Great plane and photo.Greeting
Anonymous
8 years ago
Amazing face shot of landing Beluga. I think one of the best shot of this a/c I've ever seen.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice timing!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Its amazing how these two medium sized engines are able to take this giant and its payload into the air!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Rain in Hamburg - a rare sight ;-)
Anonymous
8 years ago
That's what the people of Hamburg call "Schmuddel Wetter"
Anonymous
8 years ago
What's inside the great flying beluga now?
Anonymous
8 years ago
That is one ugly-ass plane! I'm surprised that it can even get airborne! Nevertheless great photo!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Very clear an sharp picture. Wonderful capture!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Super
Anonymous
8 years ago
Looks like the mars men from "Mars Attacks" ;-)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Big beluga represente toulouse
Anonymous
8 years ago
I love beluga :D
Anonymous
8 years ago
Looking as gorgeous as ever, beluga!
Anonymous
6 years ago
See this aircraft up close and personal in buffalo new york in 2003 what a peace of workmen ship
Anonymous
6 years ago
God those things are UGLY
Anonymous
5 years ago
The ugliest plane on the planet!
Anonymous
5 years ago
How do these things handle in a crosswind?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Single engine rate of climb?....ZERO !
Engine out procedure?....hit the silk!
Anonymous
4 years ago
I love the Beluga. If only Airbus had designed a Beluga-shaped A380, the superjumbo would have looked, um, less boring. :-)