Malaysia Airlines A380 in Flying Display @ Farnborough 2012

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 11 July 2012

[HD video below] If I asked you to think of flying displays at international Airshows, most would probably picture fast military jets roaring through the sky, and smaller aircraft showcasing their speed and acrobatic abilities.

The world's largest commercial aircraft, an aeroplane that can seat over 800, would most likely not jump to mind.

But it is the Airbus A380, an aircraft that typically houses just over 400 passengers, but which can hold in excess of 800 depending on the configuration, that is one of the most eagerly awaited flying displays at any airshow, Farnborough included.

At this year's Farnborough International Airshow, taking place 9-15 July 2012 in England, Malaysia Airlines has wowed guests with the maneuverability and sensational slow speed capabilities of its second brand new superjumbo. Even the British Prime Minister, David Cameron toured the aircraft earlier this week.

In the HD video below, you can see the A380's entire flying display from the first day of Farnborough - Monday, 9 July 2012. will also be uploading an HD video of the aircraft's interior very soon, plus many, many more, so do check back.

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