Aviation Photo #0964172 Airbus A380-841 - Singapore Airlines (Airbus)

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The wing of the "huge one". First time I've seen a wing droop this much! [Nikon D70]
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Photo Added: November 24, 2005

Comments (56)

Anonymous
12 years ago
Love those shark-like fins on the engines!
Anonymous
12 years ago
That's just impressive!This wing is so huge! Great Picture.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Huge wing!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Wow! Its SO big. Nice pic Andrew :)
Anonymous
12 years ago
Good Photo.
Anonymous
12 years ago
WOOOOW!! You can hardly even see the wingtip because of the flex.
Anonymous
12 years ago
BLOODY HUGE!!! Awsome Pic
Anonymous
12 years ago
Incredible wing droop!
Anonymous
12 years ago
MASSIVE WING! Its drooping soooo much!WOW!
Anonymous
12 years ago
First A380 Wing View on ailiners.net!!!
Great shot!!! :-)))
Anonymous
12 years ago
A truly oustanding shot Mr. Hunt! Just imagine this wing going up and down during turbulence...
Anonymous
12 years ago
Massive wing for a massive passenger aircraft. Fantastic. And lucky you to get inside "the beast" and beeing able to take that photo. "Soon" you won´t be one of a few but one of many.... hehehe
Anonymous
12 years ago
Great ! That's the first time I see such a droop !
Anonymous
12 years ago
Well, thank you, this is exactly the kind of picture I was waiting for.I'm so impatient to see it for real.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Yes, fabulous best part of this extraordinary plane. Long live the A380!!!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Sooooo heavy i can see a little bit of the winglet. Also sooooo big.
Anonymous
12 years ago
The wingtip is behind the horizon!

Was this picture taken from the lower or the upper deck?
Anonymous
12 years ago
Impressive!! i've never seen such a huge wing. Lookin' forward for my first flight in A380 :)
Anonymous
12 years ago
Nice shot
Anonymous
12 years ago
Outstanding! the wing looks so massive
Anonymous
12 years ago
Love this pic!! wow!! i can't believe that the moment is really here to fly on a jet larger that life!!
Anonymous
12 years ago
A380a prodigy of human engeneering. I work in the project in Airbus Spain
Anonymous
12 years ago
A380 human's engeneering prodigy
Anonymous
12 years ago
The winglet looks like it´s a mile away...
Anonymous
12 years ago
WOW...amezing wing drop!!! you can see the winglets, like after the wing ends...just awesome!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Maybe after takeoff and fully loaded, the wing shape may look like a skate park

SJO Spotter
Anonymous
12 years ago
This clearly shows how big the wing/engine area of the A380 is!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Are they hanging on the ground or what?
Anonymous
12 years ago
Nice detail of wing angle and bend!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Awsome detail wow f.mtl
Anonymous
12 years ago
What a great picture. This wing is just so big. And we haven' t seen the view from the upper deck yet!!!
Good job
Anonymous
12 years ago
Now thats BIG, love to watch the flex on takeoff.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Like the shark fins on the engine wing looks soooooooooo big!
Anonymous
12 years ago
I didn't expect to see the wing like that - nice capture, though....three stars
Anonymous
12 years ago
I am an aircraft engineer, never have seen wing this big. It is amazing something this big can actually flies,you what I mean...
Anonymous
12 years ago
Strange-looking!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Wow ! Look at these massive engines,once again Airbus Rules !
Anonymous
12 years ago
Look at the engines compared to the winglet very super indeed.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Those wings are really big,but are they bigger than the wings of An-225?Does anybody know?Greeting to all the airliners fans from all over the world from Boki!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Very impressive! What a huge wing and huge engines. And to answer the question: the AN-225 is still the biggest plane in the world (yes its wings are bigger too) :-)
Anonymous
12 years ago
WWOW, what else can be said ;-) Great pic as always Andrew!!! GreetinX from INN
Anonymous
12 years ago
Airbus A380 wing is very big. But the Antonov An-225 wing is much bigger!
Anonymous
12 years ago
The bottom right hand corner says: "DO NOT WALK OUTSIDE THIS AREA". If more people are walking on the wing, the wing will droop more and more until it breaks!
Anonymous
12 years ago
Thats a fat wing...
Anonymous
12 years ago
Great view of the wing Andrew - having seen this aircraft in Brisbane, I think it is the most beautiful part of it!
Anonymous
12 years ago
First pic i've seen of an A380 wing
Anonymous
12 years ago
Cool shot...good perspective
Anonymous
12 years ago
The Rolls Royce engines and the Wings for this beast are both built in Great Britain, the worlds best in engineering.
Anonymous
11 years ago
In these moments is when you can make the most fat question : "How a big plane with these fat wings can flies?" Good work, engineers. Good shot, photographer.
Anonymous
11 years ago
This picture has a lot of meaning in it. I like planes a lot and I feel this is a great shot!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Look at the size of those RR engines. Watching the wing from the upper deck could be very fabulous. T.B.
Anonymous
11 years ago
How do they make 'em so big...?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wing droop is outstanding. Great shot.
Anonymous
11 years ago
The wing is so huge you can barely see the winglet on the end!
Anonymous
11 years ago
The wing is huge indeed... But the fact, that you can hardly see the winglet is rather because 1) the winglet is comparativly small and 2) because the blue color gives hardly any contrast to the background.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awseome shot!!!!!....I love the curve!!

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