Airbus A380 superjumbo to all museum now

Airbus A380 superjumbo to all museum now

World February 14, 2017 15:45

paris - Although the Airbus A380 superjumbo flies only just over a decade, now is already a copy to the French aviation museum in Paris. It is about the second 380 ever took to the air in 2005.

The biggest passenger plane in the world is flown from the factory in Toulouse to Le Bourget airport near Paris where the museum stands. The A380 will be situated next to his American grandfather, an antique jumbo 747. The Airbus is not just put down here, fifty engineers have been working for months to prepare the device for viewing.

The A380 has two floors and can accommodate 853 passengers. The plane is 73 meters long, has a wingspan of 80 meters and piercing the clouds with up to 1020 kilometers per hour.

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