Accommodating the a 380

The hype and hoopla surrounding the A380 has always bugged me.For starters, the jet was never deserving of many of the adjectives thrust upon it: radical, revolutionary, iconic, and so on.MTM Case-Gard™ is family owned and operated since 1968.MTM strives to be innovative in our approach to the shooting sports.For all its technological accomplishments, let’s face it, it’s not a pretty plane — a sort of lumbering beluga with an outsize forehead.Nothing like the elegant, erudite lines of the 747.

Smaller ships (accommodating 500 passengers or less) are good for an intimate environment that tends to feature highly personalized service and, often, unique itineraries.AIRBUS THIS WEEK announced that it will cease production of its flagship aircraft, the double-decker A380.The fate of the A380 — the largest commercial aircraft ever built — had been on the fence for some time.The 747, which fifty years ago went from a literal napkin sketch to a fully functional airplane in a mere two years, was more than And a lot uglier.Yeah, I’ve written some pretty unkind things over the years about the A380’s lack of aesthetic grace — most of them fully deserved.

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