27 March 2014

A350 best pictures in the web

These are some of the best webs to watch pictures of the A350 flight prototypes.

AIRBUS web has a wide quantity of professional photographs.

When talking about spotters in Toulouse, there are 3 of them with very good pictures:
DN280TLS                           http://www.flickr.com/photos/8509543@N03/

Other spotters who have some pictures of different A350 flying prototypes are:
A380spotter               http://www.flickr.com/photos/a380spotter/
David Barrie              http://www.flickr.com/photos/curufinwe-xiane/
Flox Papa                  http://www.flickr.com/photos/florent_peraudeau/
Jujug spotting             http://www.flickr.com/photos/jujug/
Jérôme Vinçonneau   http://www.flickr.com/photos/mav31/
XFW spotter               http://www.flickr.com/photos/xfwspotter/

Do you know more?

Thanks to all of them for sharing with everyone the great images of the A350.


  1. did you asked them about publishing their pictures?
    did they agree?

  2. Not really. But if someone asks me not to publish the pictures that are public-available in Flickr, I will stop publishing them. The pictures are really good and allow us to be updated on the progress of the Program.

    1. Public available, yes. The right to use them, probably not. Pictures on Flickr are copyrighted most of the time.

      One of my picture has been used here, on that blog. Without any credits or any given rights before hand. This blog is really well done and is up to date but when it comes to respecting the job of others, you do not deserve any compliments.
      Why can't you give the source of the picture? It is not hard either to embedded directly the picture on the blog and Flickr does that perfectly. By doing so, it will respect all rights and give credits to the owner.


    2. Thanks for your comments. I take the message and I will correct that.

  3. Where did you get the third picture form the VMU test?
    Do you have a link or a bigger version.
    Awesome pics!

  4. http://imgur.com/a/uGmVS
    Try this link. The pictures are from last February when the MSN3 repeted the VMU tests.