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Picture of the Airbus A380-841 aircraft

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F-WWOW (cn 001) Short finals after a long flight with a "ball sensor" on tail and another sensor on tail stabilizer
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat November 9, 2013:
Do you still need me to submit an idea? When I click on the coctant button on your blog, it's not working. It just keeps reloading your home page. I have on my calendar that you would like something this weekend to post for Sunday. Am I right?

A visitor from France posted Wed August 24, 2005:
No Comment : Exceptionnal

A visitor from Sweden posted Tue August 23, 2005:
I think Airbus A380 is a beautiful plane for its size

A visitor from France posted Mon August 22, 2005:
It's real, the A380 is here, for every aerospace spotters, this picture is a must just like concorde's pictures. It's a symbol of a new way to fly with an unprecedented space avaible inside that will force airlines to innovate so to take advantage of that volume!

A visitor from Finland posted Mon August 22, 2005:
Incredible!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat August 20, 2005:
Always nice to see an airbus especially this big airbus. I think its good that you see those winglets.

A visitor from United States posted Sat August 20, 2005:
Who couldnt ask for a better shot

A visitor from United States posted Fri August 19, 2005:
The sensor is a trailing cone for measuring undisturbed static pressure. This is used to validate the air data system.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 19, 2005:
This could be a difficult aircraft to photograph because of her shape and size. This image epitomizes what happens when you get everything right, the light, the lens - brilliant.

A visitor from Finland posted Fri August 19, 2005:
It's shame that this plane will be a rarity in Finland!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 19, 2005:
Nice

A visitor from France posted Fri August 19, 2005:
Nothing to say, great snap of a great plane.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 19, 2005:
That is an excellent pic reall caught the perspective of the image 10/10

A visitor from New Zealand posted Fri August 19, 2005:
A great photo which contributes to the greatness of the aircraft. Well done!

A visitor from United States posted Fri August 19, 2005:
The opportunity u had to get a shot of this whale with those sensors are enough to make me smile!

A visitor from United States posted Fri August 19, 2005:
Great shot of the big bird there

A visitor from Canada posted Fri August 19, 2005:
Good angle. high detail. great lighting. and great shot of a great plane!

A visitor from Italy posted Thu August 18, 2005:
The photo is done in a professional way, it is a good photo indeed.

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