The first A300s were bought by Air France during the 1970s, and the aircraft remained a popular choice for airlines until production ceased in 2007.
The A300 was the first wide-bodied aircraft to have 2 engines. The design has influenced many of the modern airliners.
Comfort & Size
It seats on average 250 passengers, with a seat pitch can be adapted in units of one inch. Galleys, lavatories and stowages can be located in different numbers, groupings and locations. In-flight entertainment can be incorporated in the seats or screens mounted on partitions below the overhead stowages. This allows an almost infinite variety of cabin interiors.
– Larger passenger capacity with executive configuration seating
– Fully equipped galley and bar with hot and cold food
– Cabin crew to enhance safety and comfort
– Built in toilets