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More: Airbus A380-861
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More: Germany, September 24, 2011
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A6-EDE (cn 017) This Version 1 aircraft of EK's A380 fleet is easily recognizable by the crew rest container located at the rear end of the main deck, photo taken during first commercial A380 flight out of HAM
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A visitor from - posted Fri March 21, 2014:
Interesting picture. I don´t want to ever fly in that thing. Or in any other A-buses, for that matter.

A visitor from Australia posted Wed May 22, 2013:
The type of lens used makes it look like there's no aisle when there (obviously) is!
Great shot.

A visitor from - posted Tue July 3, 2012:
Good job starting a controversy with a fish-eye lens...hehe!

A visitor from - posted Mon April 16, 2012:
Am I missing something here? To me it looks like, from this picture, the passengers immediately where this photo was taken, to about 3 or 4 rows forward, they're trapped....to the outside seat, there's a wall, and to the inside "row" seat, there's a wall, with a window!!! Those passengers look trapped in case of an emergency, or when they reach their destination airport!

A visitor from Taiwan posted Wed October 19, 2011:
The Emirates Seat Maps in words: The "crew rest box" sits between ABC and HJK, and is actually narrower than the DEFG seats. :P Its length spans from row 84 to 89 (rearmost row is 88 in the main deck, it extends one more row) and there's plenty of space behind that for access to upper deck stairs.. :)

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed October 19, 2011:
Capture!There goes the Wide-body feeling he.

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 19, 2011:
I suspect that there is an abnormally narrow aisle...but wide enough for a service cart? It must be.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed October 19, 2011:
Come on guys, think about it. Why would a such top class airline offer seats, where you have to clamber over others to reach it. It is obviously an aisle, right next to the seats .

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 19, 2011:
Indeed there is an aisle, but these have to be the worst seats on the plane. Like sitting in a hallway for 12 hours.

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 19, 2011:
Climb through the window to get in and out of your seat? cool!!!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed October 19, 2011:
How can they economically operate 380s on HAM-DXB!?

A visitor from - posted Tue October 18, 2011:
What a big deal to stay at the right place in the right moment. CONGRATULATIONS

A visitor from Finland posted Tue October 18, 2011:
The photo makes the cabin look quite different from reality, of course there is an aisle... All too lazy to check cabin maps?

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Ryan Air's next idea... no aisles

A visitor from Puerto Rico posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Guys, its a fish-eye camara. Notice the window side? Planes are round, but the curvatures aren't that "agressive".

A visitor from - posted Tue October 18, 2011:
For the Isle, check the shadow of the seat on the wall, there is a distance between the seat and the shadow, that's the isle width :)

A visitor from - posted Tue October 18, 2011:
How do you get to your seat with no aisle ??????

A visitor from Germany posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Maybe the angle plays tricks on your eyes but there definately is an aisle. This flight was a one off for the 100th birthday of Hamburg airport and EK probably couldn't find any other A380 without the crew rest.

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Not quite a sardine can but where is the aisle? thanks for the perspective..

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue October 18, 2011:
I'm completely confused by this photo. How can one access these rows????? There isn't really an Isle..

A visitor from - posted Tue October 18, 2011:
I am thinking it is maybe an optical illusion??? Am I wrong??

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Hmm yes this is very weird, as does everyone else ask... how did they get to the seats?

A visitor from Canada posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Yeah, I would never want to sit in an area like that! Claustrophobic! Not too mention how did they get in there???

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Great Photo! There is an aisle to the left of the seats. It just looks very tight in this picture. Almost like an optical illusion!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue October 18, 2011:
You have to clamber over the seats to reach the ones squashed by the crew rest like an orangutan

A visitor from - posted Tue October 18, 2011:
How does one access any of those seats?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue October 18, 2011:
Odd layout that's for sure, and for a flight from HAM to DXB? Wierd

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue October 18, 2011:
How they come to their seats ??

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue October 18, 2011:
I wonder whats inside the crew rest...

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 18, 2011:
It looks like there is absolutely no isle. Great photo.

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