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More: Singapore Airlines (Airbus)
More: Airbus A380-841
More: Singapore - Changi (SIN / WSSS)
More: Singapore, November 11, 2005
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F-WWOW (cn 001) The upper deck of the A380, clearly not quite ready for usage yet! A few seats here or there, but mainly ballast tanks to give weight to the aircraft. Amazing plane [Nikon D70]
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A visitor from - posted Wed April 24, 2013:
A unique photo with good colour balance

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue January 8, 2013:
Great shot! Too bad some weirdos are thinking that these canisters are used for Chemtrails or something. It's just for testing and again: good shot!

A visitor from - posted Tue September 13, 2011:
Nice photo

A visitor from - posted Wed December 29, 2010:
Did they really use that water bottle to fill those up? :D

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 26, 2010:
"Kegger at Paul's place! WOOOOOOOOO!!!"

A visitor from - posted Thu October 21, 2010:
Amazing photo showing how weight tests are made. james

A visitor from India posted Thu August 19, 2010:
Nice

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 28, 2010:
Nice Pic

A visitor from - posted Wed July 14, 2010:
Beautiful and so comfortable. Congratulations to all people that work so hard to get this amazing airplane.

A visitor from Mauritius posted Mon July 12, 2010:
Because most of passengers they don't know their rights by using e.tickets. So they are like thees barrels.

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 12, 2010:
It looks like a wharehouse

A visitor from - posted Mon July 12, 2010:
Picture has great detail.

A visitor from Indonesia posted Thu July 8, 2010:
Like something out of Sci-fi

A visitor from Saudi Arabia posted Sun May 30, 2010:
It is the first time I see an interior of an aircraft to be loaded with some ballast tankers. It is said to give weight to the aircraft..but I don't know why..?

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu April 1, 2010:
Very unique photo !

A visitor from United States posted Tue February 9, 2010:
Excellent resolution.color, shadows and light areas are in harmohy....

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun November 1, 2009:
Great looking Plan shame it never worked when I went and came back from australia leaving me stranded for 2 days and loseing money

A visitor from France posted Mon June 15, 2009:
Just amazing!!

A visitor from Australia posted Sat February 21, 2009:
Six stars and seven star
david roach thank you so on tv it was great

A visitor from - posted Thu January 15, 2009:
It is outstanding

A visitor from India posted Tue December 2, 2008:
This air bus 380 is very nice air bus

A visitor from India posted Mon December 1, 2008:
Its amazing!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon July 14, 2008:
Gives a good idea of the scale of this aeroplane.

A visitor from United States posted Fri May 23, 2008:
The photograph captures the vastness of this airliner as well as the details involving some of the technology. Ariane

A visitor from United States posted Thu May 1, 2008:
Cool very cool

A visitor from United States posted Sun March 30, 2008:
Seems one could fly a small plane INSIDE THE A-380!

A visitor from United States posted Mon March 3, 2008:
It is cool

A visitor from United States posted Sun November 4, 2007:
Astonished seeing the engineering of this
incredible aircraft.

beautiful- thank you!

A visitor from Singapore posted Sat October 27, 2007:
2 years later and the a380 has just finished its madien flight

A visitor from Ireland posted Mon October 15, 2007:
Shows clearly a strong and rigid structure.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed September 5, 2007:
Great photo you can see how much room is in the middle

A visitor from United States posted Wed September 5, 2007:
What's impressive is the idea of such a photo, imparting the vastness of the coach, without relying on frills to impress the viewer.

A visitor from - posted Mon September 3, 2007:
The detail shown

A visitor from Malaysia posted Wed August 8, 2007:
It's very good design.I am waiting to fly in that aircraft. Kiran Airport operations India

A visitor from India posted Thu July 5, 2007:
Very Good Capture

A visitor from Australia posted Sun May 6, 2007:
This is real good.
this is the simbolic reprasentation for the upcomming technology

A visitor from United States posted Tue February 13, 2007:
Ecellent photo of the interior - first time I have seen this

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu November 30, 2006:
The depth of this picture, its like you walk in it.
Picture this, regards Michel Kuhr the Netherlands.

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 25, 2006:
Very impressive airplan

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun October 22, 2006:
Amazing to see that such a craft will be in the skies with people in place of the tanks.

A visitor from India posted Fri September 15, 2006:
Gigantic

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Wed September 6, 2006:
Good design

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 19, 2006:
Those sure are mighty strange-looking seats.

A visitor from Australia posted Tue July 4, 2006:
I don't like the big tanks behind the seats

A visitor from Australia posted Mon July 3, 2006:
It is very interesting to see the interior of this aircraft.
the aircraft itself is a modern marvel.

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 23, 2006:
The photo shows great detail its entire length. Lighting appears equal on both sides. The photo is very sharp front to back,floor to ceiling. Excellent shot. From a trained photographer.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue June 13, 2006:
Five star! u guys are the best

A visitor from Australia posted Sun June 4, 2006:
Love the photo,looking forward to flying on A380 airbus next year. Will be great to see it in person

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri May 19, 2006:
Perspective and lighting are outstanding and the resulting photo proves that industrial photography can be artistic and telling at the same time.

A visitor from United States posted Thu May 18, 2006:
THIS IS THE BEST AIRBUS EVER I CAN WAIT TO TRAVEL IN ONE......

A visitor from United States posted Thu May 18, 2006:
I've never seen the inside of an airliner unfinished, thanks for the shot. Also,very interesting the use of ballast tanks to represent peoples weight. But I wonder what is used inside. I would think a liquid would cause a sloshing effect during changes of direction. I'm really looking forward to seeing this aircraft in person.

A visitor from United States posted Thu May 18, 2006:
Clearly indicates the space and size of the aircraft

A visitor from United States posted Thu May 18, 2006:
The sheer size and volume are well captured

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu May 18, 2006:
The detail is excellent and the effect conveys one almost as if Iam in the cabin

A visitor from Canada posted Sun May 7, 2006:
There are, I think, just four of these A380 aircraft currently being test flown, and for many retirees from the Aircraft industry, it is both fascinating and informative to be able to view these remarkable interior and exterior photos.

A visitor from United States posted Fri May 5, 2006:
Looks good

A visitor from Canada posted Tue April 25, 2006:
Cool

A visitor from United States posted Sat April 22, 2006:
Nice picture

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat March 18, 2006:
Excellant amazing detail.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed March 15, 2006:
Great picture

A visitor from United States posted Wed March 15, 2006:
Great photo! How did you get it?

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 10, 2006:
Where do you look to find out what all those round 'tanks' are????Where the heck is the caption???

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun February 26, 2006:
Prety awesome!

A visitor from United States posted Mon February 20, 2006:
This photo gave me a great feel for the dimensions of the airbus a380, including not only width of aircraft, but some length indication also - it was exactly what I was looking for to give me a feel for the general size and interior 'look' for this new aircraft family

A visitor from Italy posted Sun February 19, 2006:
Just seen a 747 Jumbo in the Speyer museum, same intimate feeling looking at this new A380

A visitor from United States posted Fri February 10, 2006:
Awsome

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed February 8, 2006:
Looking at the photo, it is taken (obviously) looking back, on the upper deck, approximately half way down the A380. The feeling of space on the upper deck is impressive and being 6'3" myself the headroom looks similar to that of a 747. However, difficult to imagine how this could accommodate a 2-4-2 seating scenario and it would be interesting to see a similar photo of the downstairs "cattle class" floor with a 3-4-3 seating configuration, please see www.airliners.net/info/stats.main?id=29 for my reference. p.s. Great Shot!

A visitor from United States posted Sun December 18, 2005:
The plane immaculate and huge youll should know that is the second biggest plane in the world

A visitor from United States posted Fri December 16, 2005:
Good perspective view of the upper level. Once you realize it's the UPPER level, it makes you wonder just how big the lower level will be.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri December 16, 2005:
Amazing quality. We would like to see more.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon November 28, 2005:
We cannot wait to fly to australia on this plane,hope it is in service next year and ba take the plunge and purchase some,regular flyers to oz.

A visitor from Switzerland posted Tue November 22, 2005:
Nice impression on how long that plane is, and how much space there is!

A visitor from Australia posted Mon November 14, 2005:
COOL... the worlds largest WATER BOMBER!

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Sun November 13, 2005:
Note the bottle in the right-bottom corner. It is used to precisely distribute water ballast to the tanks ;-)

A visitor from Bulgaria posted Sun November 13, 2005:
The best ever build plane

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