Aviation Photo #2036955 Airbus A380-841 - Untitled

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There is a lot of work to do before making that huge puzzle able to fly ! First A380 for Thai (to be HS-MAR). Many thanks to CC for the lift !
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Photo Added: December 23, 2011

Comments (23)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Superb. A homage to engineering!
Anonymous
4 years ago
WHOA!!!!!!!! Amazing picture!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Looks like a snap-on model!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Airbus *kisses*
Anonymous
4 years ago
Pieces of the puzzle
Anonymous
4 years ago
Order your A-380 kit today!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Batteries Not Included. Some Assembly Required.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Anyone else thinking about those pictures of the Spruce Goose being moved from Santa Monica to Long Beach?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Tha(i)ts it
Anonymous
4 years ago
It's the IKEA-concept, for maximum efficiency. Pick up your package on the way out - Credit cards accepted. This one has even less pieces than the original IKEA Billy bookshelf! One word of advice though: Always read instructions first.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Ok, where's the glue!!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Not suitable for children under 30 months: small parts that can be ingested...
Anonymous
4 years ago
It's like a giant Airfix kit. Who'd have thought making a giant plane would be so easy!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Revell gears it up a notch!! Great pic!
Anonymous
4 years ago
AMAZING
Anonymous
4 years ago
It's just like Lego really!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great perspective and incredible environmental shot!
Anonymous
4 years ago
'Door bell rings'... You open the door, "you order an A380, where do you wanna us to leave it?" Then after they left you realize they forgot to ship you the vertical stab and engines. DOH!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Is this the new "Absolut 380" commercial or what?!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Interesting that at a certain point of the production process, all body parts are stored together. Does anyone have more info? Is the same with other models from Airbus or Boeing?
Anonymous
4 years ago
This is the last daytime stop while the fuselage parts are shipped to the final assembly plant. They had previously been collected by a ship from Germany to England to Northwestern France (namely Nantes), then onto a barge on the Gironde, then finally on these trucks for 3 nightly legs.

-CC- thx mate for making me fly this ;)
Anonymous
4 years ago
This a special parking of the dedicated wide-gauge route between Langon (harbor near Bordeaux) and Toulouse Airbus factory. This special road had been fitted for special trucks carrying large dimensions parts of the A380 coming from all over Europe by sea. They do day stop as a regular convoy operate on night time. Visit www.igg.fr for more details (in French only) and 2012 provisional schedule if you want to track the next departure.
Anonymous
3 years ago
DIY package! Luv it *****
Rifraf-Darwin

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