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|An Aero Spacelines Super Guppy parked at the Airbus facility in Hamburg Finkenwerder. In the early 1970s, four Super Guppies were used by Airbus Industrie to transport aeroplane parts from decentralised production facilities to the final assembly plant in Toulouse. The running joke was "Every Airbus is delivered on the wings of a Boeing!" They have since been replaced by the Airbus Beluga.||01/08/2006||832|
|This is one of the places the Airbus is build in Europe and has is own airport in Hamburg-Finkenwerder.||07/16/2005||2,132|
|Aibus Industrie located in Hamburg-Finkenwerder, south of the river Elbe||07/29/2005||923|
|The Airbus A300-600ST (Super Transporter) or Beluga is a version of the standard Airbus A300 wide-body airliner, modified to carry aircraft parts and over-sized or awkward cargo. It was officially called the Super Transporter at first, but the name Beluga became popular and has now been adopted as official.||10/24/2006||543|
|The Airbus A300-600ST (Super Transporter) or Beluga is a version of the standard A300-600 wide-body airliner modified to carry aircraft parts and over-sized or awkward cargo. It was officially called the Super Transporter at first, but the name Beluga became popular and has now been officially adopted.||02/16/2010||1,214|
|Very huge transport airplane - Looks like the beluga Wale - there the name...||08/02/2005||568|
|A large cargo aeroplane used to carry wings etc. from various Airbus factories to others.||09/29/2005||411|
|At the overlap of two GE-Images you can see progress of expanding the rollway of the german AIRBUS-HQ in Hamburg. I've added an overlay of the current visibility in case of an update by Google-Earth. ||06/08/2006||697|
|When you look around at Blanac, you find 4 out of 5 Belugas.||06/03/2007||365|
|Registration: F-GSTC / 3 |
No. 3 is sitting on a parking position at Toulouse Blanac.
|From Wikipedia: The Airbus A300-600ST or Beluga is a version of the standard Airbus A300 wide-body airliner, modified to carry over-sized cargo.|
Several major aircraft manufacturers are multinational, and it is not unusual for them to have plants in widely separated locations. Airbus, however, is unique in that it is a consortium formed by the major French, British, German, and S...