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A320 Family

The A320 Family comprises four aircraft that share the same cockpit, fly with the same operating procedures, and have the same 3,96 m wide cabin cross-section and systems. Consisting of the 107-seat A318, 124-seat A319, 150-seat A320 and 185-seat A321, the A320 Family is leader in the single-aisle jetliner with more than 3,200 aircraft sold worldwide. It offers maximum operational flexibility on short- and medium-haul routes and lower operating costs that only a new-generation aircraft can offer, it is environmentally-friendly offering the lowest emissions and noise footprints in its class. The A320 is configured for 150 passengers in a two-class cabin layout or 164 in a single class, and has a range of up to 3,000 nm / 5,550 km. Read more ...

A330/A340 Familiy

The A330/A340 Family concept is unique: one basic airframe is available in six different configurations, powered by two or four engines. The twin-engine A330 is optimised for highest revenue generation and the lowest operating costs from regional segments to extended range routes, while the four-engine A340 provides versatility on the most demanding long-range and ultra-long-range flights. The shortest-fuselage version of Airbus A330 series, the A330-200, has an overall length of 59 metres and carries 253 passengers in a three classes layout, or 293 in a two-class configuration, with a range of up to 6,750 nm / 12,500 km. Read more ...

A350 XWB

Conceived from the outset to become a comprehensive airliner family, the A350 XWB (extra wide-body) will be available in three basic passenger versions, flying up to 350 passengers on a range of more than 15,750 km / 8,500 nm. The latest innovations in terms of advanced technologies will be incorporated in the airliner family, including all-new, easy-to-maintain, and much lighter carbon fibre composites (CFC) paneled fuselage skins. Furthermore it is designed to confront the challenges of high fuel prices, rising passenger expectations, and environmental concerns in that market segment. Read more ...

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A380

The A380 Family, the first true double-deck passenger airliner for the long-range market, was developed in close collaboration with important Airlines and approx. 60 major airports. The entry-level model of the A380 is a baseline commercial airplane with a capacity of 555 passengers and a range of up to 15,000 km / 8,000 nm. The aircraft will offer airlines the advantage of 15% lower operating costs in comparison to today s airplane and will help to ease an increasingly congested environment. Read more ...

B787

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a mid-sized, wide-body, twin-engine jet airliner. Its maximum seating capacity is between 290 and 330 passengers, depending on variant. Boeing states that it will be more fuel-efficient than earlier Boeing airliners and will be the first major airliner to use composite materials for most of its construction. Read more ...