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Français : Le premier Airbus A400M, entouré des employés d'EADS, durant la première présentation mondiale de l'avion (roll-out), célébrée à Séville le 26 juin 2008.
Deutsch: Erster neuer Airbus A400M, umgeben von Mitarbeitern der EADS, während des ersten feierlichen Roll-out´s, in Sevillia am 26. Juni 2008.
English: The first Airbus A400M, surrounded by EADS employees, during the aircraft's world-premiere presentation (roll-out), celebrated in Seville on 26 June 2008.
Español: El primer Airbus A400M, rodeado de empleados de EADS, durante la primera presentación mundial de la aeronave (roll-out), celebrada en Sevilla el 26 de Junio de 2008.
Date 26 June 2008
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Author Aergenium


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