InPics: Etihad presents A380 Airbus superjumbo

Etihad Airways has revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany.
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An Etihad airways flight attendant stands in front of the new Etihad A380 Airbus superjumbo, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Journalists tour the first class section on the Etihad Airways Boeing B787, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Journalists tour the first class section on the Etihad Airways Boeing B787, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Journalists tour the first class section on the Etihad Airways Boeing B787, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A journalist sits in one of the first class apartments on the Etihad Airways Boeing B787, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A double bed is seen inside one of the first class apartments on the Etihad Airways Boeing B787, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An air stewardess wearing the new outfit for Eithad Airways walks down the catwalk during a fashion show to present their new uniforms, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An air stewardess wearing the new outfit for Eithad Airways walks down the catwalk during a fashion show to present their new uniforms, at Abu Dhabi airport on December 18, 2014 after the Abu Dhabi-based fast-growing carrier revealed its first Airbus A380 superjumbo and Boeing B787. The A380 will enter commercial services on December 27 in a flight to London Heathrow, while the B787 will fly on February 1 to Dusseldorf in Germany. (AFP/Getty Images)
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