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    پیش فرض Information about Airbus A300





    DESCRIPTION:
    During the mid-1960s, a number of European governments and aircraft manufacturers discussed the possibility of pooling resources to develop a short-range commercial jetliner. After studying a number of potential designs, attention focused on the HBN-100 being developed by Hawker Siddeley in Britain as well as Bregeut and Nord in France. The project finally got underway once France and West Germany agreed to proceed with the venture. This cooperative effort ultimately led to the formation of what would become European Airbus Industrie. The conglomerate would come to consist of Hawker Siddeley (later part of British Aerospace), Aerospatiale in France, DASA in Germany, and CASA in Spain. Major subcontractors also include Fokker in the Netherlands and Belairbus in Belgium.




    The first plane the partners agreed to construct was a twin engine wide-body airliner to fill a niche between the Boeing 707 and Boeing 727 seating between 220 and 330 passengers. This design would become the A300. Although of typical airliner configuration with a cylindrical fuselage and mid-set swept-wing, the A300 incorporated a number of advanced features for its time. Among these were a wing full of high-lift devices and quiet, fuel efficient engines. Despite slow initial sales, the A300 gradually made inroads into the airline industry and was being operated throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and North America within a decade.
    Production later switched to the upgraded A300-600 series, and over 500 A300 aircraft had been built by 2001. Sales of the A300 and related A310 slowed during the late 1990s and the production line was finally closed in May 2007. A replacement is currently in development in the form of the A350. A number of the remaining A300 airliners are being converted to cargo freighters.
    Data below for A300-600






    Last modified 27 September 2009






    HISTORY:

    First Flight

    (A300B1) 28 October 1972
    (A300-600) 8 July 1983
    Service Entry








    30 May 1974 (with Air France)





    CREW:

    two to three flight crew: pilot, co-pilot, flight engineer






    PASSENGERS:

    250 in three classes

    266 in two classes
    330 in one class








    ESTIMATED COST:





    unknown





    AIRFOIL SECTIONS:

    Wing Root

    unknown
    Wing Tip








    unknown





    DIMENSIONS:

    Length

    177.42 ft (54.08 m)
    Wingspan
    147.08 ft (44.84 m)
    Height
    54.25 ft (16.53 m)
    Wing Area
    2,798.6 ft² (260.0 m²)
    Canard Area








    not applicable





    WEIGHTS:

    Empty

    (A300-600) 172,400 lb (78,200 kg)
    (A300-600R) 198,000 lb (89,815 kg)
    Normal Takeoff
    unknown
    Max Takeoff
    (A300-600) 363,765 lb (165,000 kg)
    (A300-600R) 375,885 lb (170,500 kg)
    Fuel Capacity
    internal: 16,380 gal (62,000 L)
    external: not applicable
    Max Payload








    87,930 lb (39,885 kg)





    PROPULSION:

    Powerplant

    two General Electric CF6-80C2A1 turbofans or
    two Pratt & Whitney PW4156 turbofans
    Thrust
    (GE) 123,000 lb (547.2 kN)
    (PW) 112,000 lb (498.2 kN)








    PERFORMANCE:

    Max Level Speed

    at altitude: unknown
    at sea level: unknown
    cruise speed: 555 mph (890 km/h) at 25,000 ft (7,620 m), Mach 0.82
    long-range cruise speed: 545 mph (875 km/h) at 31,000 ft (9,450 m)
    Initial Climb Rate
    unknown
    Service Ceiling
    unknown
    Range
    max payload: 4,150 nm (7,700 km)
    g-Limits
    unknown








    KNOWN VARIANTS:

    A300B1

    First prototypes; 2 built
    A300B2
    First production model
    A300B4
    Longer-range model with increased fuel capacity, Kruger leading edge flaps, and increased maximum takeoff weight; total of 284 B2 and B4 aircraft built before production ended in 1984
    A300C4
    Convertible freighter model with large cargo door added in port side
    A300-600
    Improved passenger model with extra row of seats, re-designed two-crew flight deck, and numerous drag-reduction items including wing-tip fences
    A300-600R
    Long-range model of A300-600 with increased maximum takeoff weight and trim tank
    A300-600 Convertible
    Convertible freighter model of A300-600
    A300-600F
    Dedicated cargo version of A300-600
    A300-600T Beluga
    Extensively modified A300-600 with enlarged fuselage for carrying outsized loads








    KNOWN OPERATORS:

    Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight

    Air Afrique
    Air Anatolia
    Airbus International Transport
    Air Contractors
    Airfoyle
    Air France
    Air India
    Air Inter
    Air Inter Europe
    Air Jamaica
    Air Liberté
    Air Macau
    Air Niugini
    Air Scandic
    Air Togo
    Akdeniz Airlines
    Alfa Airlines
    Alitalia
    American Airlines
    Anatolia
    Angel Airlines
    Ariana Afghan Airlines
    Australian Airlines
    Aviation Sales Leasing Company
    Aviation Systems International
    Avion Aircraft Trading
    AwAir International
    Bellview Airlines
    Cathay Pacific Airways
    Channel Express
    China Airlines
    China Eastern Airlines
    China Northern Airlines
    China Northwest Airlines
    City Bird
    Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)
    Continental Airlines
    DHL Airways
    Eastern Airlines
    Egyptair
    Emery Worldwide Airlines
    Emirates
    Emirates Post
    Euro First Air
    European Air Charter
    European Air Transport
    European Aviation
    Express.net Airlines
    Farnair
    Faucatt Peru
    FedEx
    Finnair
    Galaxy Airlines
    Garuda Indonesia Airways
    Grand Air
    Heavylift Cargo Airlines
    Iberia
    ICC - Air Cargo Canada
    Indian Airlines
    Iran Air
    Istanbul Airlines
    Japan Air Systems
    Jet Link Holland
    JHM Cargo Express
    Khalifa Airways
    Korean Air Lines
    Kuwait Airways
    L'Aeropostale
    Lufthansa
    Luxair
    Mahan Air
    Malaysian Airline System (MAS)
    Malaysian Airlines Cargo (MASkargo)
    MNG Cargo Airlines
    Monarch Airlines
    Novespace
    Olympic Airways
    ONUR Air
    Pace Air Cargo
    Pakistan International
    Pan Air
    Pan American World Airways (Pan Am)
    Pan American World Airways (Pan Am II)
    Permair
    Philippine Air Lines
    Premiair
    Pyramid
    Qantas
    Qatar Airways
    Regionair
    Saudia
    Schreiner Airways
    Sempati Air
    Singapore Airlines
    South African Airways
    Sudan Airways
    TACA
    Thai Airways International
    TNT Airways
    Toa Domestic Airlines (TDA)
    Tradewinds International
    Trans Aer
    Trans Australia Airlines (TAA)
    Tristar Air
    Tulip Air Charter
    Tunisair
    United Parcel Service (UPS)
    VASP
    VivaJet
    ZAS Airline of Egypt
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