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      1/400 Airbus A380 Test Flight Reg#: F-WWOW This title is an exact replica of the very first A380 to soar into the sky on April 27th 2005. We have worked closely with Airbus to give you the most accurate A380 on the market. Features: - Accurate A380 mold approved by Airbus - Newly designed/tooled wings with engraved panel lines (with help from our friends at Airbus) - True to 1/400 scale - High quality diecast construction - Display in flight or on the ground (stand included) - Detailed new Airbus House Colors with logos from airlines who have placed orders About the A380: The A380, known for many years during its development phase as the Airbus A3XX, will be the largest airliner in the world by a substantial margin when it enters service. The A380 was unveiled in a lavish ceremony in Toulouse, France, on January 18, 2005 and first flew on April 27th, 2005. The new Airbus will initially be sold in two versions: the A380-800, a full double-decker configuration, with the ability to carry 555 passengers, in a three-class configuration, or up to 800 passengers in a single economy configuration, for 8,000 nautical miles (14,800 km), and the A380-800F dedicated freighter, to carry 150 tons for 5,600 miles (10,400 km).


      The Airbus A380 is a large, long-range commercial passenger aircraft that was first introduced in 2007. It is known for its distinctive double-deck design, which provides increased passenger capacity compared to other aircraft of its size. With a maximum capacity of 853 passengers in a typical two-class configuration, the A380 is one of the largest passenger airplanes in the world. The aircraft is equipped with advanced technologies, including four engines and fly-by-wire controls, that help to improve its performance and efficiency. Despite its initial success, the A380 has faced challenges in the commercial market, and production of the aircraft was discontinued in 2019 due to low deman

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