Airbus A330-200

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The A330-200 entered service with Korean Air in 1998. Its fuselage is approximately 5 meters shorter than the -300, giving it a greater range of up to 8,360 nautical miles when fully loaded, and its direct Boeing competitor is the 767-300ER. This airframe is also used for Airbus’ A330 corporate jet, the A330-200 Prestige.

Primary operators of the A330-200 include China Eastern and Hawaiian.

Fuselage Length (m) 58.8
Tail Height (m) 17.4
Wingspan (m) 60.3
Max Take Off Weight (lb) 529,100
Max Range (nm) 7,250 NM
Max Operation Mach No 0.86
Max Configuration 406
Typical Configuration 247
Engines 2
Engine Models RR Trent 700, GE CF6-80E1, PW 4000
Primary Operators China Eastern, Hawaiian, Turkish Airlines