A380: High Resolution Cockpit panoramas

In an earlier post last year we pointed you to the great high resolution interior panoramas of the A380 by French photographer Gilles Vidal.

Now he has added equally great panoramas allowing you to virtually visit the cockpit of the new A380.


Click on the image below for the link

link to Gilles Vidal A380 panoramas









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