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A380 in Bremen
Bremen

The most probably first and last time that an Airbus  A380 landed on the airport in Bremen. The runway is way to short for this type of aircraft under operational conditions. Reason was a big festival of 100 years Airport Bremen, where 130000 visitors gathered to see the A380.

Eine riesige Menschenmasse ist zum Flughafen Bremen gekommen um den A380 zu sehen, der hier das erste und wohl auch das letzte mal hier gelandet ist. Das interaktive 360 Grad Panorama zeigt die Menschenmasse welche vom Veranstalter mit 130000 angegeben wurde

.May 10 ,2009

Copyright: Willy Kaemena
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上传: 10/05/2009
更新: 09/06/2014
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