The aircraft took off from Toulouse Blagnac Airport and after a flight of more than four hours the aircraft landed in Hamburg in Germany, where it is entering the next phase of production, covering cabin installation and painting.

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After a successful flight of five hours on October 20, the aircraft returned to Toulouse to be prepared for its next journey to the Airbus facilities in Hamburg, Germany for cabin installation and painting.

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Boeing’s new jumbo – the longest and heaviest passenger jet the company has ever produced – took off at 9:58:41 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) on March 20, using the flight number Boeing 008 Heavy. The aircraft left the ground after a take-off roll of just over 20 seconds.

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