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Airbus A300F4-600 (F-GSTB)



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Jonathan Garstin
As someone who just likes looking at aircraft pics, especially the Newsletter ones and older aircraft, this is the first time I have seen a pic of an A300F4-600 in flight or taking off. Always intrigues me as to what shape configurations can fly effectively despite looking as if they create substantial drag, and the power of lift that a wing's slight curve generates from the pressure differential above and below the wing.
Like the picture. I feel like I have some kind of a growth on my head....I want to remove that top part looks or make that cabin window different design.
serge LOTH
Jonathan Garstin, , each time I made one landed, I had the same feelings. Previously also for Guppy and Super Guppy..It seems somebody blows in the fuselage..!!
Matha Goram
Would love to see a chart of the wind tunnel tests on this whale.
trennor turcotte
It's a great photo; I'm wondering what it is they haul in those things. Quite the impressive airplane, that's for sure.
would not call it ugly......but really ugly...& interesting
Timothy Foley
@Trennor Turcotte, I believe they use them to haul fuselage swgments and other components to the destination where A380's are finally assembled.
Bill Gardner
They actually use them alot to transport their airbus parts and fuselages to the other factories, just google it and ya will see some amazing photos.
Airbus is made in Germany, France, Spain and United Kingdom.
So they transport each part to the next factory.
Great Pic and Thanx to Danny for sharing.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
13-Jul-2018 UnknownToulouse-Blagnac ()Bordeaux-Merignac () 05:33PM CEST 06:04PM CEST 0:31
12-Jul-2018 UnknownBremen ()Toulouse-Blagnac () 01:54PM CEST 03:51PM CEST 1:57
12-Jul-2018 UnknownHawarden ()Bremen () 09:59AM BST 12:23PM CEST 1:24
12-Jul-2018 UnknownToulouse-Blagnac ()Hawarden () 07:50AM CEST 08:41AM BST 1:51
11-Jul-2018 UnknownHamburg Finkenwerder ()Toulouse-Blagnac () 07:51PM CEST 10:01PM CEST 2:09
11-Jul-2018 UnknownToulouse-Blagnac ()Hamburg Finkenwerder () 04:16PM CEST 06:25PM CEST 2:08
11-Jul-2018 UnknownHamburg Finkenwerder ()Toulouse-Blagnac () 11:37AM CEST 01:48PM CEST 2:11
11-Jul-2018 UnknownToulouse-Blagnac ()Hamburg Finkenwerder () 08:03AM CEST 10:10AM CEST 2:06
10-Jul-2018 UnknownHawarden ()Toulouse-Blagnac () 06:50PM BST 09:45PM CEST 1:54
10-Jul-2018 UnknownToulouse-Blagnac ()Hawarden () 04:28PM CEST 05:22PM BST 1:53
10-Jul-2018 UnknownHamburg Finkenwerder ()Toulouse-Blagnac () 12:00PM CEST 02:11PM CEST 2:11
10-Jul-2018 UnknownToulouse-Blagnac ()Hamburg Finkenwerder () 08:14AM CEST 10:26AM CEST 2:12
06-Jul-2018 UnknownGetafe Air Base ()Toulouse-Blagnac () 06:49PM CEST 07:54PM CEST 1:05
06-Jul-2018 UnknownToulouse-Blagnac ()Getafe Air Base () 04:04PM CEST 05:15PM CEST 1:11
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