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#3860 Airbus Transport International - Airbus A300-608ST (F-GSTB / Dolphin2)

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Airbus A300-608ST Beluga (F-GSTB / Dolphin2) from Airbus Transport International at Hamburg-Finkenwerder Airport
(Airbus' Hamburg facility, Germany)

The Airbus Transport International subsidiary of Airbus operates a fleet of five A300-600ST known as Belugas (officially called Super Transporter), one of the world's largest cargo carriers. These aircraft perform regular airlift duties for Airbus, carrying fuselage sections and wings between the different European production sites, and they also are made available for chartered commercial flights. The Beluga is a highly modified version
of the A300-600 and features one of the widest fuselage cross-sections of any aircraft, civil or military. Its main deck cargo volume is greater than the Lockheed C-5A Galaxy, Antonov AN-124 Ruslan and Boeing C-17 Globemaster III.

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Matthijs van Wageningen
Created on
Tuesday 7 June 2016
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Maker
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Date Time of Original
2016:06:07 12:53:10
Aperture Number
8
Exposure compensation
+ 1/3 EV
Exposure Time
1/500 s
Flash
no, mode: supressed
ISO
100
Focal Length
75 mm
White Balancing
auto
Exposure Mode
auto
Exposure Metering Mode
pattern
Exposure Program
aperture priority