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#739 Air Traffic Control tower at Hamburg-Finkenwerder Airport

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Air Traffic Control tower at Hamburg-Finkenwerder Airport (Airbus' Hamburg facility, Germany)

Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport (ICAO: EDHI) is a private airport in the quarter of Finkenwerder, in the southwest part of Hamburg, Germany.
It is part of the Hamburg plant of Airbus (Airbus Operations GmbH) and is exclusively used by them for corporate, freight, test and delivery flights. Final assembly takes place here for the A320 Family's four members: the A318, A319, A320 and A321. Hamburg is the site where A320 Family aircraft and the A380 are fitted with their cabin interiors, and painted for final delivery. Hamburg also is home to Airbus' A380 major component assembly hall, which houses the structural assembly and the fitting-with equipment of the forward and complete rear fuselage sections for this new-
generation aircraft. In addition, final acceptance and delivery of A380s for customers in Europe and the Middle East takes place in Hamburg. Hamburg also plays a key role in the A330 & A350 XWB programmes, for which it manufactures and equips the forward and rear fuselage sections.

Matthijs van Wageningen
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