Aviation Photo #1616131: Airbus A400M Grizzly - Airbus


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • A. Muñiz Zaragüeta
    Airbus
    Airbus A400M Grizzly
    Airbus A400M Grizzly/Atlas
    Airbus A400M Grizzly/Atlas
    Airbus
    001
    F-WWMT
    Seville (- San Pablo)
    Spain
    November 27, 2009
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#1616131
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November 28, 2009
Caption
First taxi test in runway.[Nikon D70]
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1280px
Height
854px

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Comments (22)

Anonymous
6 years ago
Looking Good Mate.

- Vishal Jolapara
Anonymous
6 years ago
I'm looking forward to see this beauty flying! Great job!
Paulo Santos
Anonymous
6 years ago
It's got an odd front, almost seems it's looking down it's nose at you! Maybe a consequence of the cockpit window arrangement and upright front. But the propellers look brilliant, 11,000 shp for the win!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great! Next I would love to see a flightdeck photo.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Looks like on An-70.
Anonymous
6 years ago
It kind of looks like a C-17 from this angle. But don`t give Boeing the credits for a McDonnell Douglas design!! Great shot
Anonymous
6 years ago
Looks like a grew up C-130, or a stone age C17!
Anonymous
6 years ago
No pentagonal rear/side windows as with all other airbus!
Anonymous
6 years ago
That thing is almost as ugly as its big sister A380.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Just a C-17 with props lol.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice pic! But An-70 looks much more elegant and aerodynamically cleaner.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow love the look of those props, they are massive. Renders all other military transports obsolete
Anonymous
6 years ago
I really understand the jealousness here, what a beauty.
Anonymous
6 years ago
I like it. It keeps reminding me of a kitchen appliance with those choppers. Maybe we can call it the Sushi Chef :)
Anonymous
6 years ago
The C-17 is no more alone in this specific market!!
Well done Airbus! Great shot Mr Muniz Zaraguela!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice picture. Does anyone know why it has a French Regulation number while assembled and due to fly in Spain?
Anonymous
6 years ago
Luckily your pic got priority screening! Can't wait to see this new bird in the air. Replacement of old birdies is long due.
Anonymous
6 years ago
He he he! ...Our American friends would not they just jealous ?
I'm proud to work on this (ok, too long!) project !!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
As an American, I have no problem saying I think this airplane is BEAUTIFUL...and I have thought so since it was on the drawing boards. I would LOVE to see some is USAF markings! Although, I think the Luftwaffe markings will look the best.

The Transall is long over-due on retirement!
Anonymous
6 years ago
The rudder is Huge view from this angle!
Anonymous
6 years ago
It looks like an A400, and it looks great!. Hope to see her soon in the skies. A bit late?, aren
Anonymous
4 years ago
Nice picture!