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Photos: Double-decker Airbus takes off

The Airbus 380, designed to carry up to 800 passengers, completes a successful four-hour test flight.

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    The arrival of the Airbus 380 at Toulouse-Blagnac International Airport in France draws a crowd. The aircraft, which is designed to carry up to 800 passengers, completed a four-hour test flight on April 27, 2005.

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    Airbus A380

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    The world's biggest airliner is towed into Toulouse-Blagnac International Airport to prepare for its first flight.

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    Airbus A380

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    The cabin on the main deck of the A380--economy class.

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    Economy

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    The cabin on the A380 upper deck gives more leg and elbow room for business class travelers.

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    business class

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    The cabin in the upper deck provides a social area.

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    Airbus A380

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    This six-man crew took the Airbus A380 on its first test flight.

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    crew

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    Global leaders participate in a ceremony to christen the double-decker superjumbo jet in early 2005.

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    Airbus A380

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    Airbus A380 entering the system assembly station in October 2004.

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    Airbus A380 under construction

    Double-decker Airbus takes off

    Airbus envisions express-mail deliveries via its A380 jet.

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    Fedex Airbus 380