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  1. 1. Aircraft Description Seats Max Launch date 1st flight 1st delivery Production to cease/ceased A300 2 engine, twin aisle 228- 254 361 May 1969 28 October 1972 May 1974 Air France 27 March 2007 A310 2 engine, twin aisle, modified A300 187 279 July 1978 3 April 1982 December 1985 Air Algerie 27 March 2007 A318 2 engine, single aisle, shortened 6.17 m from A320 107 117 April 1999 15 January 2002 October 2003 Frontier Airlines A319 2 engine, single aisle, shortened 3.77 m from A320 124 156 June 1993 25 August 1995 April 1996 Swissair A320 2 engine, single aisle 150 180 March 1984 22 February 1987 March 1988 Air Inter A321 2 engine, single aisle, lengthened 6.94 m from A320 185 220 November 1989 11 March 1993 January 1994 Lufthansa A330 2 engine, twin aisle 253- 295 406- 440 June 1987 2 November 1992 December 1993 Air Inter A340 4 engine, twin aisle 239- 380 420- 440 June 1987 25 October 1991 January 1993 Air France A350 2 engine, twin aisle 270- 350 December 2006 2011 expected mid-2013 TAM A380 4 engine, double deck, 555 853 2002 27 April 2005 15th October
  2. 2. twin aisle[31] 2007 Singapore Airlines Airbus aircraft numbering system The Airbus numbering system is an alpha numeric model number followed by a dash and a three digit number. The model number takes the form of the letter "A" followed by a '3', a digit, then followed normally by a '0' (except in the case of the A319, A321 and A400M) , e.g. A320. The succeeding three digit number represents the aircraft series, the engine manufacturer and engine version number respectively. To use an A320-200 with International Aero Engines (IAE) V2500-A1 engines as an example; The code is 2 for series 200, 3 for IAE and engine version 1, thus the aircraft number is A320-231. An additional letter is sometimes used. These include, 'C' for a combi version (passenger/freighter), 'F' for a freighter model, 'R' for the long range model, and 'X' for the enhanced model. [edit]Engine codes Code Manufacturing Company 0 General Electric (GE) 1 CFM International (GE/SNECMA) 2 Pratt & Whitney (P&W) 3 International Aero Engines (R-R, P&W, Kawasaki, Mitsubishi, and Ishikawajima-Harima) 4 Rolls-Royce (R-R) 6 Engine Alliance (GE and P&W)
  3. 3. The aircraft series of airbus Airbus A300 Olympic Airlines A300B4-600R Role Airliner Manufacturer Airbus First flight 28 October 1972 Introduction 30 May 1974 with Air France Primary users FedEx Express UPS Airlines Japan Airlines Air France Produced 1974-2007 Number built 561
  4. 4. Variants A300-600ST Beluga Airbus A310 Measurement A300B4 A300-600R A300-600F Seats 2-class 266 n/a Length 54.08 m or 177' 3" Span 44.85 m or 147' 2" Height 16.62 m or 54' 6" Max cabin width 5.28 m Fuselage diameter 5.64 m Weight empty 90,060 kg or 198,132 lb 81,900 kg or 180,700 lb MTOW 165,000 kg or 364,980 lb. 170,500 kg or 375,100 lb Take-off Run at MTOW N/A 2324 m Cruising speed mach 0.78 Maximum speed mach 0.86 Range fully loaded 6,670 km or 3,600 nm 2,950 nm Max. fuel capacity 18,000 USG or 68,150 litres Engines CF6-50C2 or JT9D-59A CF6-80C2 or PW4158 Cockpit Crew Three Two Airbus A310 Emirates SkyCargo A310-300 Role Airliner
  5. 5. Manufacturer Airbus First flight 3 April 1982 Introduced April 1983 Primary users FedEx Express Air India Air Transat Pakistan International Produced 1983-2007 Number built 255 Developed from Airbus A300 Variants A310 MRTT CC-150 Polaris The Airbus A310 is a medium to long-range widebody airliner. Launched in 1978, it was the second aircraft created by the Airbus consortium of European aerospace companies, which is now fully owned by EADS. The A310 is a shortened derivative of the A300, the first twin-engined widebody airliner. The A310 (along with the A300) officially ceased production in July 2007 although the last delivery was in June 1998. [8] A310-200 A310-200F A310-300 A310-300F Crew 2 Length 46.66 m (153 ft 1 in) Height 15.8 m (51 ft 10 in) Wingspan 43.9 m (144 ft) Wing sweep 28 °
  6. 6. Cross section 5.64 m (18 ft 6 in) Passengers (2cl) 240 33t cargo 240 33t cargo MTOW 141,974 kg (312,342 lb) 164,000 kg (361,600 lb)* Empty weight 80,142 kg (176,312 lb) 72,400 kg 83,100 kg (183,300 lb) 73,900 kg Max fuel 55,200 l (14,603 US g) 75,470 l (19,940 US g) Cruise speed (M) 0.80 (850 km/h.) Max speed (M) 0.84 (901 km/h.) Ceiling 12,000 m (40,000 ft) Thrust (×2) (lb) 50,000-53,200 56,000-59,000 Engines PWJT9D-7R4 or CF6-80C2A2 PW4156A or CF6-80C2A8 Range 6,800 km (3,670 nm) Trans-continental 5,550 km 9,600 km (5,200 nm) Trans-atlantic 7,330 km Airbus A320 family
  7. 7. Swiss International Air Lines A320-200 Role Narrow-body jet airliner Manufacturer Airbus First flight 22 February 1987 Introduced 28 March 1988 Status Active service Primary users US Airways United Airlines Air France EasyJet Number built 3,723 as of 31 December 2008[1] Unit cost A318: US$56.0 to $62.1m (2008)[2] A319: $63.3 to $77.3m (2008) A320: $73.2 to $80.6m (2008) A321: $87.7 to $92.8m (2008) The Airbus A320 family of short- to medium-range commercial passenger airliners are manufactured by Airbus. Family members include the A318, A319, A320, and A321, as well as the ACJ business jet.
  8. 8. First delivered in 1988, the A320 pioneered the use of digital fly-by-wire flight control systems in a commercial aircraft. With more than 3,700 aircraft of the A320 family built, it is the second best-selling jet airliner family of all time after its primary competition, theBoeing 737. Specifications Measurement A318-100 A319-100 A320-200 A321-200 Cockpit crew Two Seating capacity 117 (1-class) 100 (2-class) 156 (1-class) 124 (2-class) 180 (1-class) 148 (2-class) 220 (1-class) 185 (2-class) Length 31.45 m (103 ft 2 in) 33.84 m (111 ft) 37.57 m (123 ft) 44.51 m (146 ft) Wingspan 34.10 m (111 ft 10 in) Wing Sweepback 25° Height 12.56 m (41 ft 2 in) 11.76 m (38 ft 7 in) Cabin Width 3.70 m (12 ft 1 in) Fuselage Width 3.95 m. (13 ft) Typical empty weight 39,300 kg (86,650 lb) 40,600 kg (89,950 lb) 42,400 kg (93,500 lb) 48,200 kg (106,300 lb) Maximum 68,000 kg 75,500 kg 77,000 kg 93,500 kg
  9. 9. take-off weight (149,900 lb) (166,500 lb) (169,000 lb) (206,100 lb) Cruising speed Mach 0.78 Max. speed Mach 0.82 Take off run at MTOW 1,355 m (4,446 ft) 1,950 m (6,398 ft) 2,090 m (6,857 ft) 2,180 m (7,152 ft) Range fully loaded 5,950 km or 3,250 nmi (6,020 km) 6,800 km or 3,700 nmi (6,900 km) 5,700 km or 3,000 nmi (5,600 km) 5,600 km or 3,000 nmi (5,600 km) Max. fuel capacity 23,860 litres or 6,300 US gal 29,840 litres or 7,885 US gal 29,680 litres or 7,842 US gal Service Ceiling 39,000 ft (12,000 m) Engines 2 × PW6122A 2 × CFM56-5 2 × IAE V2500 2 × CFM56-5 Source: Airbus Airbus A330
  10. 10. Northwest Airlines A330-300 Role Wide-body jet airliner Manufacturer Airbus First flight 2 November 1992 Introduced January 1994 with Air Inter Primary users Northwest Airlines Qatar Airways Emirates Cathay Pacific Number built 587 as of 31 December 2008 [1] Unit cost A330-200: US$176.3 to $185.5m (2008)[2] A330-300: $195.9 to $205.7m (2008) A330-200F: $180.6 to $187.7m (2008) Developed from Airbus A340 Variants Airbus A330 MRTT Northrop Grumman KC-45 The Airbus A330 is a large-capacity, wide-body, twin-engine, medium-to-long-range commercial passenger airliner. It was developed at the same time as the four-engined Airbus A340. Airbus A340
  11. 11. A Cathay Pacific A340-600 landing at London Heathrow Airport Role Airliner Manufacturer Airbus First flight 25 October 1991 Introduced March 1993 (delivery began in January 1993) Status Active Service Primary users Lufthansa Iberia Airlines Virgin Atlantic Airways South African Airways Number built 361 as of 31 October 2008 [1] Unit cost A340-200: $87,000,000 (1989) A340-300: $211.8 to $219.2m (2008)[2] A340-500: $233.0 to $241.1m (2008)[2] A340-600: $245.0 to $253.7m (2008)[2] Variants Airbus A330 the Airbus A340 is a long-range four-engined wide-body commercial passenger airliner manufactured by Airbus, a subsidiary ofEADS. It seats between 261 and 380 passengers, and has a range between 6,700 and 9,000 NM. It is similar in design to the twin-engined A330. Initial A340 versions share the fuselage and wing of the A330 while later models are longer and have larger wings. Measurement A340-200 A340-300 A340-500/- 500HGW A340-600/- 600HGW Cockpit crew Two Seating capacity 261 (3-class) 295 (3-class) 313 (3-class) 380 (3-class) Length 59.39 m 194 ft 10 in 63.60 m 208 ft 8 in 67.90 m 222 ft 9 in 75.30 m 247 ft 0 in Wingspan 60.30 m 197 ft 10 in 63.45 m 208 ft 2 in Wing Sweepback 30° 31.1° Height 16.70 m 54 ft 9 in 16.85 m 55 ft 3 in 17.10 m 56 ft 1 in 17.30 m 56 ft 9 in
  12. 12. Cabin Width 5.28 m (17.3 ft) Wheelbase 23.24 m 76 ft 3 in 25.60 m 84 ft 0 in 27.59 m 90 ft 6 in 32.89 m 107 ft 11 in Typical empty weight 129,000 kg 284,396 lb 129,275 kg 295,503 lb 170,400 kg 375,668 lb 177,000 kg 390,218 lb Maximum take-off weight 275,000 kg 606,300 lb 276,500 kg 609,600 lb 372,000/380,000 kg 820,100 /837,800 lb 368,000/380,000 kg 811,300/837,800 lb Cruising speed Mach 0.82 (896 km/h, 484 knots, 557 mph) Mach 0.83 (907 km/h, 490 knots, 564 mph) Take off run at MTOW 2,990 m 9,810 ft 3,000 m 9,840 ft 3,050 m 10,000 ft 3,100 m 10,170 ft Range fully loaded 14,800 km 8,000 NM 13,700 km 7,400 NM 16,020/16,700 km 8,650/9,000 NM 14,360/14,630 km 7,750/7,900 NM Max. fuel capacity 155,040 L 40,957 gal 140,640 L 37,153 gal 214,810/222,000 L 56,750/58,646 gal 195,881/204,500 L 51,746/54,023 gal Cargo capacity 18 LD3s/6 pallets 30 LD3s/10 pallets 32 LD3s/11 pallets 42 LD3s/14 pallets Service Ceiling 11,887 m (39,000 ft) Engines (4x) CFM56-5C2 (1 38.78kN) CFM56-5C3 (144.57kN) CFM56-5C4 (151.25kN) CFM56-5C2 (1 38.78kN) CFM56-5C3 (144.57kN) CFM56-5C4 (151.25kN) CFM56-5C4P (149.9kN) Rolls-Royce Trent 553/556 (236/249kN) Trent 556/560 (249/260kN) Airbus A350
  13. 13. Airbus A350 XWB concept Role Wide-body jet airliner Manufacturer Airbus First flight 2011 (scheduled) Introduction 2013 (scheduled) Status Under development Unit cost A350-800 - $208.7 million A350-900 - $240.6 million A350-1000 - $269.6 million[1] The Airbus A350 is a long range, mid-sized, wide-body family of airliners currently under development. The A350 will be the first Airbus with fuselage and wing structures made primarily of carbon fiber reinforced plastic.[2] The A350 is designed to compete with the Boeing 777 and the Boeing 787 and Airbus claims that it will be more fuel-efficient and with up to 8% lower operating cost than the Boeing 787.[2][3] It is scheduled to enter into airline service in 2013. Model A350-800 A350-900 A350-1000 Cockpit crew Two Passengers 270 3-class 312 2-class 314 3-class 366 2-class 350 3-class 412 2-class Length 60.7 m (199 ft) 67 m (220 ft) 74 m (240 ft) Wingspan 64.8 m (213 ft) Wing area 443 m2 (4,770 sq ft) Wing sweepback 31.9° Height 16.9 m (55 ft) Fuselage width 5.96 m (19.6 ft) Cabin width 5.59 m (220 in) Cargo capacity 28 LD3 36 LD3 44 LD3 Maximum takeoff weight 248 t (547,000 lb) 268 t (590,838.9 lb) 298 t (656,977.5 lb)
  14. 14. Cruise speed Mach 0.85 (903 km/h, 561 mph, 487 knots, at 40,000 ft/12.19 km) Maximum cruise speed Mach 0.89 (945 km/h, 587 mph, 510 knots, at 40,000 ft/12.19 km) Range, loaded 15,400 km (8,320 nmi) 15,000 km (8,099 nmi) 14,800 km (7,990 nmi) Maximum fuel capacity 129,000 l (34,100 US gal ) 138,000 l (36,456 US gal ) 156,000 l (41,200 US gal) Service ceiling 43,100 ft (13.1 km) 41,450 ft (12.6 km) Engines (2×) RR Trent XWB Maximum thrust capability 74,000 lbf (329 kN) 83,000 lbf (369 kN) 92,000 lbf (409 kN) Airbus A380 An Airbus 380 in Emirates Airline colors at the Dubai Air Show Role Airliner Manufacturer Airbus First flight 27 April 2005 Introduced 25 October 2007 with Singapore Airlines
  15. 15. Primary users Singapore Airlines Emirates Airline Qantas Produced 2004 – present Number built 23 as of January 2009[1] Unit cost US$317.2-337.5 million[2] The Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four- engine airliner manufactured by the European corporation Airbus, an EADSsubsidiary. The largest passenger airliner in the world, the A380 made its maiden flight on 27 April 2005 from Toulouse, France,[3] and made its first commercial flight on 25 October 2007 from Singapore to Sydney with Singapore Airlines. The aircraft was known as the Airbus A3XX during much of its development phase, but the nickname Superjumbo has since become associated with it. The A380's upper deck extends along almost the entire length of the fuselage, and its width is equivalent to that of a widebody aircraft. This allows for a cabin with 50% more floor space than the next-largest airliner, the Boeing 747-400.[4] and provides seating for 525 people in standard three- class configuration[5][6] or up to 853 people in all economy class configurations.[7] The A380 is offered in passenger and freighter versions. The A380-800, the passenger model, is the largest passenger airliner in the world, but has a shorter fuselage than the Airbus A340-600, which is Airbus's next-biggest passenger aeroplane. The A380-800F, the freighter model, is offered as one of the largest freight aircraft, with a listed payload capacity exceeded only by the Antonov An-225.[8] The A380-800 has a design range of 15,200 km (8,200 nmi), sufficient to fly from Boston to Hong Kong for example, and a cruising speed of Mach 0.85 (about 900 km/h or 560 mph at cruising altitude).[5] It is the first commercial jet capable of using GTL-based fuel. Specifications
  16. 16. Measurement A380-800 A380-800F Cockpit crew Two Seating capacity 525 (3-class)[5] 644 (2-class) 853 (1-class) 12 couriers Length 73 m (240 ft) Span 79.8 m (262 ft) Height 24.1 m (79 ft) Wheelbase 30.4 m (100 ft) Outside fuselage width 7.14 m (23.4 ft) Cabin width 6.58 m (21.6 ft) for Main deck 5.92 m (19.4 ft) for Upper deck Wing area 845 m2 (9,100 sq ft) Wing sweep 33.5° Operating empty weight 276,800 kg (610,000 lb) 252,200 kg (556,000 lb) Maximum take-off weight 560,000 kg (1,200,000 lb) 590,000 kg (1,300,000 lb)
  17. 17. Maximum payload 90,800 kg (200,000 lb) 152,400 kg (336,000 lb) Cruising speed Mach 0.85 (1041 km/h, 647 mph, 562 knots) Maximum cruising speed Mach 0.89 (1090 km/h, 677 mph, 588 knots) Maximum speed Mach 0.96[113] (1176 km/h, 731 mph, 635 knots) Take off run at MTOW 2,750 m (9,000 ft)[87] 2,900 m (9,500 ft)[87] Range at design load 15,200 km (8,200 nmi, 9,400 mi) 10,400 km (5,600 nmi, 6,400 mi) Service ceiling 13,115 m (43,030 ft)[114] Maximum fuel capacity 310,000 l (81,890 US gal, 68,200 imp gal) 310,000 l (81,890 US gal, 68,200 imp gal), 356,000 l (94,000 US gal, 78,300 imp gal) option Engines (4 x) GP7270 (A380-861) Trent 970/B (A380-841) Trent 972/B (A380-842) GP7277 (A380-863F) Trent 977/B (A380-843F) Thrust (4 x) 311 kN (70,000 lbf)

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