Airbus A340-300Go back
The A340-300 was Airbus’ initial variant of the A340, launched in 1987, and shares the same fuselage and wing with the smaller A340-200. It typically flies up to 295 passengers a distance of approximately 6,700 nautical miles. Airlines have gradually retired this airframe in favour of twin-engine models, with their enhanced reliability and fuel efficiency.
Primary operators of the A340-300 include Air France, Lufthansa, and Swiss.
|Fuselage Length (m)||63.7|
|Tail Height (m)||16.9|
|Max Take Off Weight (lb)||609,000|
|Max Range (nm)||7,300 NM|
|Max Operation Mach No||0.86|
|Primary Operators||Air France, Lufthansa, Swiss|