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  • Airbus A300-608ST Beluga 5 (A3ST)

    Quite lucky spotted a Airbus A300-608ST Beluga 5 (A3ST)
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    Keep looking - there more to spot.
    Mike


    www.radarspotting.com

    Radarspotting since 2005

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    • #3
      Hi
      The Beluga flies quite often from Toulouse to Broughton in North Wales and back. Also from Hamburg to Broughton.
      I live in Devon under the flight path a can see it with Binoculars, a lovely sight.

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      • #4
        Last week i saw the same Beluga on his way from Broughton to Bremen.
        Wonder what they transport between the two cities.

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        • #5
          Broughton makes all Airbus wings and the Beluga is used to transport aircraft sections between the Airbus production sites.

          More than 3,100 persons are employed at Bremen, the second largest Airbus site in Germany. As part of the Centre of Excellence - Wing/Pylon, Bremen is responsible for the design and manufacture of high-lift systems for the wings of Airbus aircraft. The entire process chain for the high-lift elements is established here, including the project office, technology engineering, flight physics, system engineering, structure development, verification tests, structural assembly, wing equipping and ultimate delivery to the final assembly line. In addition, Bremen manufactures sheet metal parts like clips and thrust crests for all Airbus aircraft as part of the Centre of Excellence - Fuselage and Cabin.
          Mike


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          Radarspotting since 2005

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