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Emirates offers 'street view' of A380 aircrafts

Dubai-based airline Emirates has partnered with global search engine Google to launch the world’s first ‘Street View’ of the double decker A380, the world’s largest commercial jet aircraft.

 

‘Street View’ is a technology featured in Google apps and Google Earth that provides panoramic views from positions along many streets in the world.

 

“Users can explore online the Emirates A380′s luxurious first class private suites, expansive business class cabin, on-board lounges, shower spas, cockpit and more on ‘Street View’ now.”

 

The airbus, with a wingspan of 79.8 metres, is known as the world’s most-fuel efficient jet in its class. It can carry 517 passengers and stream across 15,000km in a single journey.

 

 

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