Emirates A380 first time at Schiphol

On the 1st of august 2012 Emirates launched the first Airbus A380 service to Amsterdam Schiphol. The largest passenger plane was parked at gate G9. After a two hours stop, it departed back to Dubai.

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Tags: airbus; a380; emirates; g9; schiphol; amsterdam; flight; first; parking
  • naheem hussain over 1 year ago
    very nive
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