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RH, The only double jetways I have ever seen are like the ones in the top right corner of the the picture that go to the forward cabin. I think someone might have a pretty good idea here.Terry

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Southwest Airlines has used dual jetbridges (forward and aft cabin) for a few years at some of their airports.

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That's the first "over wing" picture I've seen. That looks like possible planning for the A380.I've seen / flown a B747 in Japan where three jetbridges were used - two forward and one aft - think it was a test at Haneda trying to improve turnaround of the 500+ pax flights. Might have been Osaka.It's been 20 years so I'm a bit fuzzy on details.I do remember landing at Rome in a PAA B747 and there were four sets of covered mobile stairs used to empty the plane.

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LOL, those were installed some 30 years ago specifically to cater 747s.I'm not sure if Schiphol was the first airport to use them, but I've since seen them elsewhere.

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