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Schiphol, KLM Cityhopper, Panoramadeck
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A Fokker 100 airplane placed on the Panoramadeck at Schiphol Airport. A classic 100-seater as an attraction for visitors of the Airport. Instead of just watching the planes land an take-off on the distant runways visitors can now view an actual airplane from up close and even enter it being informed of all the tech an other interesting details about this plane.

Copyright: C360.Nl Henri Smeets
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 11/10/2011
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: schiphol; airport; cityhopper; fokker 100; ph-dfe; panoramadeck; roof; plane; airplane; tourists; visitors; showcase; sunny
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