File:Emirates A380 A6-EOM at MCO-Orlando International Airport on 1-Sep-2015.jpg
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English: Orlando International Airport (MCO), Orlando, Florida, USA
|Aircraft type||Airbus A380|
English: The first Emirates flight to Orlando International Airport (Flight 219 from Dubai) at the gate on 1 September 2015. The inaugural flight was made with an Airbus A380 aircraft, but the route will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER. It is the third visit to the airport by an A380. Airbus visited the airport with a test aircraft before the model's entry into service. A Lufthansa A380 en route to Miami International diverted to Orlando International Airport as well. This aircraft was the first scheduled, commercial service to the airport with an A380.
Français : Première vol (Vol 219) de Emirates à Orlando, le première septembre 2015.
|Photographer||No author information provided, presumably a city employee|
|Source||Welcoming Emirates Airlines to Orlando (archive) on the City of Orlando's website|
|Camera location||View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth||28.425637; -81.299699|
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