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How to fly the world's largest passenger aircraft

Date: 04 Jan 2016 10:19 (UTC)
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If you ever had any questions how to fly an Airbus A 380 - you can have some of answers from Emirates captain. He gives a tour of the Airbus A380 flight deck and explain how the world’s largest passenger aircraft flies.




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