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| A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed November 21, 2012:|
Interesting pic. The small panels in the wall with the stickers on are blow-out panels, not for access. If cargo gets depressurized quickly in flight, those panels blow out and make sure that differential pressure from cabin does not push down the cabin floor with pax. In the pax cabin you will see little flapper doors on floor level in the wall. Cabin pressure pushes them open. Regards, Stefan.
| A visitor from - posted Wed August 15, 2012:|
Rare pic, looks great. the panels on the walls are access panels, the decals (stickers) are labelled "NO PUSH"
| A visitor from - posted Sat February 25, 2012:|
Fascinating photo, thanks for sharing. I have always wondered what those panels on the walls are for? It looks like a no-entry sticker on it. If anyone can shed some light on it, it will be very helpful. Thanks.
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun November 27, 2011:|
CSN has got the Crew Rest Compartment on the Aft Upper Deck.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun November 27, 2011:|
This is the aft cargo bay the clue is the fact that you can just see the start of the door frame to the lower right of the photo. Another clue, the narrower space at the forward end of the cargo bay. The fwd cargo bay is the same width throughout. Another clue, the fact that the cargo loading positions are in the 40s......
Interestingly enough, there is no LDCCR installed. I wonder what crew rest facilities are available on this CSN's 380s.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu November 3, 2011:|
No, actually, it was front and not in the back.
| A visitor from - posted Tue November 1, 2011:|
Is this the cargo bay in the back?