Planning and construction of an assembly hall for wide-bodied aircraft is a real challenge.
Weighing in at 560 tons, as well as being about 24 metres high, 80 metres wide, and 73 metres long, a milestone of aeronautics is hiding behind these impressive figures. As the largest passenger plane in the world, Airbus A380 has opened up a new era for wide-body aircraft. Not only the machine itself presented engineers with a great challenge, however, but also the planning and construction of the gigantic mounting hall in Hamburg-Finkenwerder demanded intelligent solutions. That is why it was decided to use the electrical installations of Busch-Jaeger for the construction of the equipment assembly hall.
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