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Okay, so your coming out with a new plane in 2005. So you should have a new house color to match. Well here it is, a preview of the new scheme as it will appear on the new A380 tail on January 18th.((( EDITED: IMAGE LARGER THAN POLICY ALLOWS )))Happy holidays all from Airbus.

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Gosh, Boeing releases a new blue colour scheme with the 7E7 announcement and a few months later Airbus announces a new blue colour scheme with the announcement of the 7E7 competitor.Not very original but understandable.

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Do you fly?Do you beleive in the mile high club?That might be why they are not too far from each other.I don't think they are out of the box yet, as far as thinking goes, but it sounds like you do.

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>Gosh, Boeing releases a new blue colour scheme with the 7E7>announcement and a few months later Airbus announces a new>blue colour scheme with the announcement of the 7E7>competitor.>>Not very original but understandable.As if they were designed to compete with each other with these two Aircraft.7e7 3,8, & 9 Series about 289, 217, 257, people...A380 555 People...Ummmm, Not very comparable to me. I disagree with your analogy.And I don't think Blue is only allowed on certain aircraft... And Airbus has been using Blue for years....Maybe the A380 really Competes with the 777, which seats up to 550. But hey, that's only 5 seats less than the A380. I picture the A380 like back when we were living in an apartment, and heard the people walking around upstairs, I'm just not interested.Have a Year ....,Sonar5****************Grab My FREEWARE Cessna 172 Voice recognition Profile here:[a href=http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fs2004misc&DLID=58334]Cessna 172 Voice Profile[/a].You will need the main FREEWARE Flight Assistant program to use it, get it here:[a href=http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=genutils&DLID=39661]Flight Assistant 2.2[/a]

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the new Airbus is the A350 which on paper reads almost exactly the same as the 7E7.

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I'm glad that someone here is thinking about the foot pattering noise upstairs that the lower deck passengers will have to absorb. I know what that is like to here feet stomping upstairs in a cozy apartment complex. I know what a roach feels like. Maybe that's why they are placing the First class, deluxe suites, sky lounges, and business class people above all the rest huh. Maybe bathrooms downstairs will be larger for extracurricular activities to quell the banging noises, by creating your own.I know what my New Years resolution will be. To get more!

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Don't worry. There will be no more walking on an A380 as on a 747. That means most people stick to their seats unless they need to visit the toilet and the FAs come around maybe once an hour at most.All those stories about casinos, swimming pools, bars, etc. are all just that, stories.When the 747 was first introduced it was marketed with the idea of using the upper deck as a lounge with sofas and stuff.A few were in fact delivered like that. Except for a few private jets none are flying in such a configuration today (or in fact after a year or two from delivery).Putting a larger number of paying seats in there increases the income more those features.

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