Aviation Photo #0812064: Airbus A380-841 - Airbus


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    Airbus
    Airbus A380-841
    Airbus A380
    Airbus A380
    Airbus
    001
    F-WWOW
    Toulouse - Blagnac
    France
    April 6, 2005
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#0812064
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April 07, 2005
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Comments (40)

Anonymous
11 years ago
Impressive, sharp and detailed. The vehicles in the foreground give an idea of the size of the aircraft
Anonymous
11 years ago
Aviation has always been a great part of my life. this wonderful feat of engineering and technology gives me goose bumps. i can't wait to fly on the a380, way to go airbus and all your partners and staff
Anonymous
11 years ago
Stunning definition. full stop!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Really, what a great plane. nice detailed picture, and the most beautiful plane EVER
Anonymous
11 years ago
All the dimensions of the plane in this photo are brought to life so to speak, you sort of get a clear idea of actually how big this plane is.
Anonymous
11 years ago
What a plane! Great photo.
Anonymous
11 years ago
This photo is amazing
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice airplane
Anonymous
11 years ago
That it !!! think the crash if this jet to be a big desaster too.
Anonymous
11 years ago
They can talk, the french; but they are worth it
Anonymous
11 years ago
Worth to be called the largest airliner
Anonymous
10 years ago
Well done a class shot!!!!1
Anonymous
10 years ago
An excellent photo of an incredible plane. Despite this, the 747 still has my support
Anonymous
10 years ago
As i travel a lot in connection with my work, i sure look foreward to experience this plane
Anonymous
10 years ago
It shows the great size of the aircraft compared to cars in the front.
Anonymous
10 years ago
The clarity of the pic enables me to see some of the features of the airbus ans the vehicles and people in the foreground and nearer the airbus just brings out in detail the size of the 380
Anonymous
10 years ago
11th November to 16th November the A380 is touring Australia on behalf of QANTAS ... it spends the majority of the time in Brisbane on the 11th to the 13th and the 16th before flying out again. Not usually an an air enthusiast (more into trains) ... but my goodness I have to see this thing for myself !
Anonymous
10 years ago
The view with cars & people give an excellent idea of the size of the aircraft
Anonymous
10 years ago
Excellent shot. Shows the scale of the aircraft very well.
Anonymous
10 years ago
The type of camera used/picture 3-D.
The angle/position photo taken.
Excellent photographer.
Anonymous
10 years ago
You can see very well how big it is because of the cars
Anonymous
10 years ago
The clarity of the photo, especially the ability to see the logos near the nose. Also, the composition - we can see the runway markers and various vehicles around the A380.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Tecnology just can't stop amazing me!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Sharp, clear. Tow truck unfortunately cut off
Anonymous
10 years ago
Quality and composition of photo is very well done. This may be the largest airline built, but in my view, it is also one of the ugliest. Boeings still top the heap when it comes to beauty.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Picture has full rich color and detail. Photographer did a good job in including other objects to show the vast size of the A380. Perfect timing of the day this was taken; I notice there's no sun glare anywhere on the airplane or the vehicles. The airplane itself is magnificent. Good job Airbus, hats off to you folks. Hope to ride in that one day.
Anonymous
10 years ago
The best resolution and colours.
Anonymous
10 years ago
It is in proportion with it's surroundings
Anonymous
10 years ago
Good resolution and color
Anonymous
10 years ago
Because I think that A-380s are very great! And wherever you take photos of them. I'm sure that they will be very beautiful.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Cool
-alms
Anonymous
10 years ago
It gives a profile of the airplain with many of the prominent features unique to the model clearly visable
Anonymous
10 years ago
Amazing
Anonymous
10 years ago
Did you see the wings,the shape of the nose?Wow,it has an imposing size just like the Rolls-Royce.
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is the greatest airplane I ever seen
Anonymous
10 years ago
Compare size of A380 and that car driving behind it :O
Just one of four engines is bigger than car itself.
Huge car ROFL!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Thank for sharing such a unique moment in aviation history. As the 747 she will be a milestone in transportation devellopment. This picture is at the very beginning of a new aviation page. Let's hope it will be a nice one.
Philippe (France)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very Good
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow. Those Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines are just as imposing as the 777-300ER's General Electric GE90-115B engines.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Look at those little cars. So tiny