Airlines operating Airbus A330-300 airplanes

Launched in 1987, the Airbus A330-300 had its maiden flight in 1992 and entered scheduled passenger service in 1994. It is a twin engine wide body airliner developed from the original A300 series. The model was enlarged and received new wings, engines and systems. The A330-300 has a maximum certified seating capacity of 440 passengers but is typically configured with around 300 seats in a mixed class layout. The range capability of the type grew over the years to reach 11,750km (6,350nm). The A330 family is notable for sharing a common cockpit layout that is similar to the one found in the smaller A320 family, making pilot transition training much easier. Production of the type ended in 2020 and Airbus switched output to the newly developed A330neo family.

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