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I belong to a special class of nerds that are actually fascinated by the different models of planes that ply our skies. If you do not share this “nerdishenss“, then you may want to skip this post!
It is the fiftieth anniversary of Airbus Industrie. The company was formally established as a Groupement d’Intérêt Économique (Economic Interest Group or GIE) as a government initiative between France, West Germany and the UK that originated in 1967. The name “Airbus” was used as it was acceptable to the French linguistically!
This video captures a stunning tribute to all ten of the Airbus models
Which model is your favourite? I will be upfront, I have always preferred Boeings to Airbuses but I have grown to love some of the models.
My ranking of the Airbus models in order are:
This article first appeared on wildabouttravel.boardingarea.com
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