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Aviation Photo #1799231 Airbus A380-841 - Lufthansa

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What else to say?? D-AIMA is just departing as DLH710 to Tokyo-Narita, while D-AIMC just came in as DLH711 from To
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    Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB)
    Germany
    October 11, 2010
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Anonymous
9 years ago
What a coincidence! i watched this beauty take off from on board a Lufthansa A346 D-AIHB as LH470 to YYZ while parked in a remote stand getting ready to taxi for departure!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great catch! brgds, Ingo
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice. i love the way it shows a airbus a380 over another airbus a380. so cool and nice capture.
Anonymous
9 years ago
It could be new ad for LH and FRA.
Anonymous
9 years ago
I was there too. but got pic from different location. Great shot
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice pic but cant help thinking what the LH 380 would look like with yellow engines....I know its not the norm but with the shear size,I think it might work?
Anonymous
9 years ago
Oh look, even the airBaltic passengers got to see the two beasts! Nice!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Yellow engines would look really funny, if they were to do that, then they'd have to put more yellow on the tail or somewhere on the fuselage just to balance it out a bit. LH is really catching up for most number of pics of multiple A380s(from the same airline) in one pic.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Just wow!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
... but why are there so many window blinds shut during T/O? Especially close to the emergency exits?
Anonymous
8 years ago
This is how A380-900s are made...
Anonymous
8 years ago
AWESOMEE!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
To the Norwegian visitor: Those are actually painted on windows, not real windows (with the blinds shut). If you google it you might find some more explanation on it.
Anonymous
8 years ago
These aren`t painted on windows. this is where galleys and closets are located. there are now windows needed, though intended by airbus. so there`s a filler where originally a window could have been. if LH decided to change the cabin design, they could be replaced by real windows.

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