Airbus A330

Passengers seats cabin configuration of Airbus A330-223 EI-GCZ

Passengers seats cabin configuration of Airbus A330-200 El-GCU


Passengers seats cabin configuration of Airbus A330-300 EI-GOT

Passengers seats cabin configuration of Airbus A330-243 EI-FNX/EI-FSE

Characteristics of Airbus A330-300

Year of the first flight — 1992 Engines:
Long-haul aircraft Airbus A330-300 is one of the biggest two-engine Airbus planes. This model has common components with other Airbus planes, including the cockpit and flight control systems. In the process of its designing all Airbus achievements and innovative technologies were applied. For instance, a part of fuselage construction was made of composite materials what allowed to reduce the aircraft weight. General Electric CF6-80E1A2, Pratt & Whitney PW-4164

PW-4168, RollsRoyce Trent 768 or Trent 772

Commercial operation of Airbus A330-300 began in 1993. This plane model is widely used on the routes up to 10,000 km. The cockpit is equipped with a digital flight control system Fly-by-Wire, sidesticks instead of control wheels and LCD displays. Airbus A330-300 has a low noise level in the cabin. Seats:
Crew: 2
Passengers: 269 and 325 and 311 and 387

Plane construction is designed so as to provide to each passenger more personal space.


Wing span: 60.30 m
Length: 63.60 m
Height: 16.85 m
Wing size: 361.60 m2
Max. fuselage width: 5.64 m
Flight data:
Max. flight range: 10800 km
Max. cruising speed: 880 km/h
Max. altitude: 11800 km