Aviation Photo #1645291: Airbus A300B4-608ST Super Transporter - Airbus Transport International


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  • Olaf Wagner
    Airbus Transport International
    Airbus A300B4-608ST Super Transporter
    Airbus A300-600ST Super Transporter
    Airbus A300-600ST Super Transporter
    Airbus
    655
    F-GSTA
    1
    Dresden (- Klotzsche)
    Germany
    January 7, 2010
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#1645291
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January 26, 2010
Caption
The Beluga brought the fuselage of the A400M testbed to IABG mbh at Dresden. Sorry for bad weather.
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Comments (15)

Anonymous
6 years ago
Is that how baby airplanes are made?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Superb moment caught on camera! Very intricate aircraft caught in its particular usefulness: the unshipping of a fuselage of another unique aircraft. I love the clean, functional livery of Airbus aircraft. Makes up for the weather and lighting.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Airbus Beluga is hungry. Yamm
Anonymous
6 years ago
Love how the roof of the beluga almost blends in with the backgrounf
Anonymous
6 years ago
Njamnjam.....Beluga is very hungry
Anonymous
6 years ago
Looks like a Burmese python slowly devouring its prey. Excellent capture of a very rare aviation moment.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice Pic, It looks like it's regurgitating a fuselage.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great shot, looks like big plane eating a smaller one... :)
Anonymous
6 years ago
To me it looks like preparations to fly the fuselage out of DRS or why is there snow on top of the A400 and the engines of the Beluga are covered?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Sorry bad weather? Not your fault. You can 't change the time!
Anonymous
6 years ago
The Beluga is very hungry!;-)Excellent Photo Dresden!! Areco747- Argentina
Anonymous
6 years ago
So hungry
Anonymous
6 years ago
Enjoy your meal!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Three words: OM NOM NOM!
Anonymous
4 years ago
I'm pretty sure in a few years they'll build a beluga out of a 380... Imagine that..