World's Largest Passenger Jet Pulls Off Jaw-Dropping Take Off

FedericoPinto Published August 28, 2015 1 Plays

Rumble / Airplane Incidents - This is the stomach-churning video showing a passenger jet in a steep vertical climb as its experienced pilots show off what the cutting-edge jet is actually capable of, unveiling the heart-pounding video which shows the Airbus A380 putting through its paces.

Footage shows this eyebrow-raising video of a Airbus A380 performing an insanely steep takeoff. The video sees the aircraft embark on an extreme and immediate ascent, at one stage appearing as though the plane was acting like a rocket. It was all for show, demonstrating the pilot’s marvelous skills as well as the new plane’s durability.

The tense footage shows the airplane rocketing into an almost vertical climb before taking one rather sharp turn “‘round the block”. The film was shot to demonstrate the capabilities of the magnificent aircraft. If you are afraid of flying, then you better not watch the clip. Although it is pretty awesome!

According to Wikipedia, the Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine jet airliner manufactured by European manufacturer Airbus. It is the world's largest passenger airliner, and the airports at which it operates have upgraded facilities to accommodate it. It was initially named Airbus A3XX and designed to challenge Boeing's monopoly in the large-aircraft market.

The A380 made its first flight on 27 April 2005 and entered commercial service on 25 October 2007 with Singapore Airlines.Watch the incredible takeoff and amazing maneuvers this giant plane is able to pull off. The wings are flexible, strong and help for a smoother ride!

6 COMMENTS

  • Jumpa, 2 years ago

    Better make sure they check for stress fractures before they take up 900 souls on her next flight

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    • mebesman, 1 year ago

      There would be no stress on the plane. No passengers little fuel and no baggage or cargo. doesn't impress pilots- just the yokels at the airshow.

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      • Tsalagi, 1 year ago

        Are you a pilot??? I am and I still enjoy watching these airshows. So maybe you need to stop acting like an ignorant, know it all pseudo elitist, and stop making derogatory remarks about those who enjoy these exhibits. Think about who you are calling names SPARKY ! ! !

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      • mickrussom, 1 year ago

        Agree here. The plane failed the wing load tests. see www flightglobal com news articles airbus-a380-test-wing-breaks-just-below-ultimate-load-204716 .... No way that lumbering garbage can that will _NEVER_ turn a profit _EVER_ for scarebus can handle any real maneuvers with load. That thing has about 45 minutes of fuel and no pax. Its a sad joke people think these empty maneuvers are impressive. The plane is junk. Most of them are flown horrible pilots who work for scum of the earth airlines like ethiad other middle eastern fly by night shops with horrible pilots.

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  • ToSquat, 1 year ago

    old news

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  • sistrozzie, 1 year ago

    Oh sure, in Chile. Did it have passengers? Could the pilot have done it in the States or would he have had his license revoked? Nice job anyway.

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