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Google Maps Street View Now Goes Inside the Airbus A380

Excerpt from AME Info

Aug 01, 2013 7:37 am

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The best part of the tour is that viewers can explore the cockpit, first-class suites, and spas, which most travelers never get to see.

— Eliza Ronalds-Hannon

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Sign into the Google Street View, click a few left turns near Dubai International Airport and you may find yourself on board the world’s largest passenger aircraft – the Airbus A380.

Just weeks after it invited the world inside the Burj Khalifa, Google has now geeked out again and carried its cameras inside the double-decker aircraft.

As of today, aviation enthusiasts – and other curious browsers – can take a virtual journey inside the colossal twin-deck, four-aisle A380 on Google Street View.


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