Aviation Photo #0974599 Airbus A380-841 - Emirates (Airbus)

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Watch the shape of this wing ! Overflying Hurghada, Egypt bound to Dubai.
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    November 18, 2005
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Comments (113)

Anonymous
11 years ago
What an amazing opportunety to be onboard this flight, congratulations on a fantastic shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Windowview of the future...

Great shot.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Really great, I just can't wait for an opportunity like this.
Anonymous
11 years ago
A definitive stunner by the Frogs...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Perfect! Must have been great to fly an A380.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Curved wing over curved horizon over Egypt
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wonderful! More pics like this and I will start liking this ugly beast ;)
Anonymous
11 years ago
No words appeared to describe this image.Just see and enjoy the emotion
Anonymous
11 years ago
Amazing shot, 5 stars for that!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Outstanding! always love engine pics---
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very clean wing and engines.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot..but can a airplane have landing lights on above 10,000 feet...just Wondering'...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Some quick facts:

On December 17, 1903, Wilbur and Orville flew the Wright Flyer 1, an airplane that had a wingspan of 12.8 meters approximately. Today, 102 years later, we fly the AIRBUS A380, an airplane that has 6.49 times the wingspan of this aircraft, or to be more exact, 79.8 m. What will the ratio be in a 100 years more? Congratulations for the picture.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice !!,so new,so modern,so clean.........
Anonymous
11 years ago
Outstanding shot. Why are the landing lights on though??
Anonymous
11 years ago
Amazing shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
This is Freakin amazing!!!!!!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot, Yannrick!!! Keep it coming!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
THIS PHOTO HAS A DYNAMIC QUALITY TO IT! YOU CAN SEE THE TORSION OF THE WING AND REALLY SENSE MOVEMENT AND FLIGHT!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very nice photo!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow its just so...beautiful
Anonymous
11 years ago
You've definetly gotta love those HUGE engines! Sweet picture!
Anonymous
11 years ago
You beauty! What an awesome shot! Well done! The wings are great!
Anonymous
11 years ago
WOW!Simply awesome =D
5 Stars!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
"Windowview of the future..."
You said that right...great picture!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Extremely beautiful wing and especially love the three lights stacked vertically.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Awesome pic..french frogs classic
Anonymous
11 years ago
***** star! Great shot! Oh no! This IS good!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Stunning! Just one question: why are the wing lights on? Don't know if the lights on are landing lights or runway turnoff lights though.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Even if we saw tons of views like this before this is the definitely the money shot. Ughh... I wish I have the same view soon.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great!
Anonymous
11 years ago
MERCI FOR THIS WONDERFUL SHOT....
Anonymous
11 years ago
This is a beautiful, beautiful photo
Anonymous
11 years ago
Amazing!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice photo! Love the already characteristic bending of the A380 wings!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beautiful! Just look at the curvature of the wings. Marvellous Shot.....
Anonymous
11 years ago
Marveloues
Anonymous
11 years ago
Simply breath taking.Has he got the landing lights switched on there?
Congrats!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
It looks like the wing-tip is very heavy ;)
great shot
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great.. Was taken from the lower floor?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Amazing Shot
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beautiful shot really! 5/5 T.B.
Anonymous
11 years ago
WOOOOOWW what a great shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great!!
Waited a long time for a shot like this from the A380... five starts..:-)
Anonymous
11 years ago
The "Wing" of the Net ;-)) Great Picture. Thank You.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Amazing view!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beautiful! The wing curves down near the wing root, so this wing is not drooping as much as it appears to be.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Looking forward to experience it myself!
Excellent shot!
Au revoir
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Good shot
it seems like the wing is going to collapse due to the weight of the engines!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
The feeling!! That´s why I becqme a pilot 31 years ago. Mats
Anonymous
11 years ago
Hope they tested this wing real well in real turbulence because it ain looking good
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Not to shabby
Anonymous
11 years ago
What a drop! Congrats to the frogs!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Just another great shoot !
Anonymous
11 years ago
That is sooooooooooooo big and nice.
Anonymous
11 years ago
What a feat of engineering imagine these wings are holding up a weight in excess of 250 tons.. Those engines alone way more then 2-3 SUV's :o
Anonymous
11 years ago
Yeah, what a fantastic piece of BRITISH engineering...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Ah! Nice photo. It appears the wings are designed like that, quite the opposite of the 787 which swoop up, not down. I thought this beast just had massive wing sag on the ground because they are so huge. Anyway, amazing shot and lucky for this photographer to ride in such a machine! :)
Anonymous
11 years ago
I didn't realize the A380 wing had that much angle of incidence near the wing root. Would probably be enough to scare someone who doesn't know about wings.
Anonymous
11 years ago
This is an exelent photo. Just look at the view of the world. Also a great shot of the two engines and the wing!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wonderful shot, you do know the wings are made in Wales though? In the United Kingdom.. so I agree with the previous poster, what an amazing feat of BRITISH engineering.
Anonymous
11 years ago
That wing's drooping from the weight of the engines! Is it just me, or is that a little scary?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Why is the landing lamp on?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Absolutely wonderful, The wing and the Huge engines make old lady 747 looks pale.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice perspective ! Smooth colors, and an impression of the true force of these engines ...
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Truly amazing image, taking into account everything is fucused (including the landscape) ! About the landing lights, if it is below FL100 (approx 10000ft) it is mandatory to have landing lights on.
Anonymous
11 years ago
A smoothing blue sky merges with the brilliant green landscape. Touch up well with a bit of scattered clouds. Completed fabulously with the two huge nice engines.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Fantastic shot.And thanks for not using the watermark.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Waouh !!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
"Spread your wings and flyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!"
Anonymous
10 years ago
Heavy metal never looked so good
Anonymous
10 years ago
Scary wing sag on first look but interestingly on closer observation the wing actually seems to rise up after the outboard engine. Product of perhaps a more advanced aerodynamic research...
Anonymous
10 years ago
The wing lights are for traffic ahead ?. superbe shot
Anonymous
10 years ago
Did u know if wings were to snap they would flop upwards due to the resistance under the wings.....so the sagging is probably a design and not a fault..
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is as close as heaven as you can get...in a commercial jet at least :P!beatiful shot!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Just imagine, an a380, only a dream of mine...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great shot
Anonymous
10 years ago
Isn't this great? Being able to fly..!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Yeah this would be a very scary sight for someone who don't know the science of wings.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great angle... but emirates will not have this engines
Anonymous
10 years ago
Finally, 380 is in action
Anonymous
10 years ago
Cool!! Love Emirates!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
What an amazing shot, not only because it's the A380, but a wonderful view of the scenery below, too.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Just amazing...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Man, i love aviation!
Anonymous
10 years ago
My favourite aircraft. What a great wing with these massive engines over a blue sky. Phantastic shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Beautiful "Hat"

Hat: Art of Arabic word writing
Anonymous
10 years ago
Crystal Picture even with glass window!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Lovely, too bad I dont really like airbus, or their aircraft besides the A340 (love that thing) but still, rarely do you see a window picture so nice and clear, its a keeper for me.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Pictures of the a380 wing view are so amazing
Anonymous
10 years ago
The engines on the A380 seem so much farther our on the wing and closer together compared to other 4 engine aircraft like a 747 or A340. Not sure why, maybe it's just me.
Anonymous
10 years ago
This photo could be used for marketing purposes in Emirates. Nice Shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
A common photo in the near future... lets hope. Congrats on the first of this kind!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
I think this is a great picture with the 2 engines showing and the beautiful scenery on the ground
Anonymous
9 years ago
That is absolutely good
Anonymous
9 years ago
Congratulations to the man who cleaned up the window ! Usually it`s very hard to get a good shoot `cause oily dirt and tiny cracks.
Anonymous
9 years ago
This one is Awesome! Crystal nice!
Anonymous
9 years ago
You can a play a match on that wing...
Anonymous
9 years ago
What a beautiful shot and to think that those two engines can muster up a total of around 140,000 lbs of thrust, awesome!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice wing flex but boeing planes still wing flex better
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great shot, I always wanted to see a wing view of an A380!
Anonymous
7 years ago
I wonder what it's like from the upper deck..... I'll find out on SQ later this month! Biz to LHR
Anonymous
7 years ago
This is an amazing shot of the wing i wish i could fly on it
Anonymous
7 years ago
You can get a better understanding of the wing flex when you sit right in the centre of the wing. Thats what I got when I sat in 56K on the Qantas A380.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice
Anonymous
7 years ago
Landing lights must be turned off above 10,000 feet
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Really nice...
Anonymous
7 years ago
Uh... landing lights should have been switched off. Weird angle for a wing to be at in flight, but exellent shot!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice ;)

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