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|A380 touches down at Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, on 8th May 2007 at 15.38 Hrs||Views: 699|
|May 08, 2007 4:38 pm||A380 touches down at Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, on 8th May 2007 at 15.38 Hrs||#|
|See pictures of the Airbus 380 touch down at Mumbai's Chatrapati International Airport, India, on 8th May 2007 at precisely 15:38 Hrs.|
Kingfisher Airlines has placed confirmed orders for this aircraft. Click on the link mentioned below or copy to a browser and see the pictures
Private Reply to VA Abraham
|May 09, 2007 1:23 am||re: A380 touches down at Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, on 8th May 2007 at 15.38||#|
|I didn't realize how much development took place at the airport (so many buildings), last time I flew into Bombay airport some 20 years ago from Frankfurt, Germany. Ofcourse, at that time the boeing 747-400 landed at about 1am and the airline was Panam, now defunct several years ago. The 2nd time visit landed and take off from Delhi on a 747 to US via Hong Kong in 1998 on United.|
I would like to fly the A380 non-stop from Los Angeles to Bombay or Delhi.( I live in Las Vegas, and the airport authorities declined the aircraft from landing due to excessive weight that may cause damage to the infra-structure). Las Vegas is about one hour flight from Los Angeles.
Believe me, that will be close to 18 or 19 hour flight, non-stop from Los Angeles or San Francisco.
Thanks for sharing the link and pictures Abraham.
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Private Reply to Ernie Martin
|May 09, 2007 10:42 am||re: re: A380 touches down at Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, on 8th May 2007 at 15||#|
|Hi Ernie, the buildings in the pic are not those at the airport. They're of residential and commercial buildings around the airport - yeah, theres been a lot of development, esp in the last few years.|
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