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  • Airbus A300-600
    deck or up to twenty 2 24 x 3 17 m 88 x 125 in pallets or five 88 x 125 in plus nine 2 44 x 3 17 m 96 x 125 in pallets Freighter For freighting only no passenger systems provided various systems options give airlines ability to adapt basic aircraft to specific freight requirements Airbus offers conversion with port side forward freight door or as new production A300F4 600R with payload capacity of 54 000 kg 119 050 lb Freighter conversions offered by Airbus UK and EADS EFW over 65 under conversion or completed by June 2001 maiden flight 13 December 2001 D ASAE c n 477 certified by LBA and FAA eight days later General Freighter Similar to A300 600F but with side door and cargo loading system able to handle all sizes of freight from small packets to large containers Launch customer Air Hong Kong which announced order for six in January 2003 deliveries from 2004 with further four on option CUSTOMERS Federal Express became A300 600 Freighter launch customer July 1991 with order for 25 and commitments for 50 more of which 11 confirmed as orders in September 1996 all now delivered UPS placed order on 9 September 1998 for 30 PW4158 powered A300F4 600R Freighters plus options on a further 45 later confirmed and a further 15 firm orders to total 90 of which 24 delivered and in operation by mid 2002 30 more on option Deliveries began mid 2000 UPS has an option to convert some of the order to A380s if it wishes First of two for CityBird of Belgium delivered 23 July 1999 production set to continue to at least 2009 As at April 2003 orders and commitments for A300F4 600R totalled 134 STRUCTURE Generally similar to A300 600 Main

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  • Airbus A310
    to 9580km 5170nm for high gross weight version WEIGHTS A310 200 with CF6 80C2A2s Operating empty 80 142kg 176 683lb max takeoff 142 000kg 313 055lb A310 300 with CF6 80C2A8S Operating empty 80 330kg 177 095lb max takeoffup to 164 000kg 361 560lb DIMENSIONS Wing span 43 89m 144ft Oin length 46 66m 153ft1in height 15 80m 51ft 10in Wing area 219 0m2 2357 3sq ft ACCOMMODATION Flightcrew of two Max passenger capacity at nineabreast 280 max payload approx 30 000kg 66 080lb Canadian andFrench A310s used as freighters Germany s and Thailand s aircraftfeature custom VIP layouts ARMAMENT None OPERATORS Canada France Germany Thailand HISTORY The A310 a shortened development of Airbus original A300widebody airliner is now in limited military service as a transport While based on the larger A300 airliner the A310 features anumber of major differences including a shortened fuselage a newhigher aspect ratio wing of smaller span and greater area new andsmaller horizontal tail surfaces and a two crew flightdeck The first flight of an A310 occurred on April 3 1982 after theprogram was launched in July 1978 The basic passenger aircraft isthe A310 200 while the A310 300 is a longer range development andhas been in production since 1985 The A310 200F freighter and A310 200C convertible are availableas new build aircraft or as conversions of existing A310s The A310 200Fin particular could form the basis of a dedicated new build militaryfreighter possibly fitted with air to air refuelling pods Airbus hasestablished a division to study military derivatives of its commercialairliners but it has yet to find a customer Military A310s currently in service operate in a variety of transportfunctions Thailand became the first military A310 operator when itssole A310 was delivered in 1991 Germany inherited its A310s fromthe former East Germany s flag

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  • Airbus A319
    Qatar Airways two class layout for 110 passengers is to this standard entered service August 2003 Three more ordered by 30 September 2003 two for PrivatAir via CIT 48 seat all business class cabin and one undisclosed A319 Executive Variant of ACJ Three ordered by 30 September 2003 two for PrivatAir via CIT and one for Blue Moon Aviation USA via SALE DEVELOPMENT MILESTONES Airbus A319 Launched 10 Jun 93 Rolled out 24 Aug 95 First flight 29 Aug 95 Certification 10 Apr 96 First delivery ILFC 25 Apr 96 Entered service Swissair 8 May 96 Subsequent versions ACJ Announced 15 Jun 97 First flight 12 Nov 88 First delivery AL Kharafi 8 Nov 99 CUSTOMERS Total of 925 sold of which 564 delivered by 31 September 2003 including 17 ACJs COSTS Total development cost estimated at US 275 million entirely financed by Airbus Industrie A319 100 cost approximately US 48 7 million depending on choice of engines and level of customisation 2001 ACJ cost US 36 million 2001 excluding outfitting of between US 4 million and US 10 million DESIGN FEATURES Seven fuselage frames s horter than A320 1 60 m 5 ft 3 in forward of wing 2 13 m 7 ft 0 in aft modified rear cargo hold bulk hold door and forward overwing emergency exit deleted derated engines otherwise little changed Seats 124 passengers in typical two class layout compared with 150 in A320 and 185 in A321 range of 3 550 n miles 6 574 km 4 085 miles said to be the longest in this category of airliner common pilot type rating with A320 and A321 FLYING CONTROLS Same flight deck and flying control system as A320 STRUCTURE AS A320 Assembled in Germany by EADS Deutschland Airbus alongside the stretched A321 partner workshares rearranged to maintain overall workshare balance between France and Germany LANDING GEAR AS A320 but 46x16 or 46x17 0R20 main tyre options only Minimum ground turning radius 12 10 m 39 ft 8 1 2 in about nosewheels 20 60 m 67 ft 7 m about mainwheels POWER PLANT Two turbofans Options comprise CFM56 5B5 5B5 P or 5A4 all 97 9 kN 22 000 lb st IAE V2522 A5 of 102 5 kN 23 040 lb st CFM56 5B6 5B6 P or 5B6 2P or 5A5 all 104 5 kN 23 500 lb st IAE V2524 A5 of 108 9 kN 24 4801b st IAE V2527M AS of 110 3 kN 24 800 lb st or CFM56 5B7 or 5B7 P of 120 1 kN 27 000 lb st Standard three tanks fuel as for A320 23 860 litres 6 303 US gallons 5 249 Imp gallons usable Up to six additional centreline tanks ACT for maximum nine tanks of 40 640 litres 10 737 US gallons 8 939 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Typically 124 passengers eight in super first class plus 116 economy maximum 145 passengers in all economy configuration Built in airstairs in ACJ Prestige cabin option for ACJ

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  • Airbus A321 AGS
    s AN APY X RTIP Radar Technology Insertion Program with an underfuselage electronically scanned antenna array giving spot swath SAR wide area MTl ultra high resolution SAR inverse SAR and long range high resolution MTI modes It would have between 10 and 12 operator stations By 2002 Northrop Grumman EADS and Galileo Avionica promoting TIPS Transatlantic Industrial Proposed Solution based on A3I9 A320 A321 airframe and with participation of wide

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  • Airbus A330
    Engines Airbus A330 Under Construction You have no rights to comment on this material JComments A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y

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  • Airbus A340
    as enlarged winglets modified inboard spoilers airbrakes turbulence sensors and various vortex devices Initial A340 200 Short fuselage longer range version of A340 300 with same initial power plant seating capacity 420 passengers but more typically 303 in a two class or 263 in three class configuration first flight F WWBA 1 April 1992 entered service January 1993 with Lufthansa Current A340 200 Advanced version previously referred to as A340 8000 wifli additional fuel in two tanks in rear cargo hold strengthened fuselage and wings CFM56 5C4 engines and 275 000 kg 606 275 lb maximum T O weight first order placed March 1996 by Prince Jefri of Brunei for one VVIP aircraft which first flew 19 December 1997 and was retained by Airbus during 1998 stored at Schonefeld Berlin in green condition in 1999 Sold to Jordan for Royal Flight New build aircraft no longer marketed by Airbus A340 400 Series discontinued in favour of A340 600 A340 500 Ultra long range variant of A340 600 able to carry typically 313 passengers in three classes across 8 650 n miles 16 020 km 9 954 miles Fuselage 3 20 m 10 ft 6 m longer than A340 300 representing 14 frame shrink of A340 600 plus additional fuel in rear centre tank Launched at 1997 Paris Air Show and received go ahead December 1997 Commonality with existing A330 A340 variants allows cross crewing and employment of common cargo containers and interiors to minimise training staffing provisioning and maintenance costs Stated to be the world s longest range airliner Development time of A340 500 600 series reduced by 25 per cent by use of Airbus Concurrent Engineering ACE shared CADD CAD CAM systems Compared with 300 has 0 53 m 1 ft 9 m fuselage plug ahead of wings and 1 07 m 3 ft 6 in plug to the rear wings of increased chord incoiporating a third fiiselage plug of 1 60m 5ft 3 in with span sketched to 63 45 m 208ft 2 in 31 6 sweepback at quarter chord taller vertical stabiliser is married to a new horizontal stabiliser to give increased chord fin with 0 50 m 1ft 7 3 4 in height extension Max TO weight 368 000 kg 811 300 lb Landing gear adaptation involves replacement of central twin wheel unit with forward retracting brakeable doublebogie unit Rolls Royce Trent 553 of 236 kN 53 000 lb st chosen as power plant this combines fan diameter of Trent 700 with scaled IP and HP compressors and turbines of Trent 800 plus new high lift LP turbine Honeywell 331 600 APU chosen for A340 500 600 in March 1999 A340 500 initial launch commitments received from Air Canada Emirates SIA and ILFC Maiden flight F WWTE c n 394 took place 11 February 2002 certified 3 December 2002 A340 600 Derivative of A340 300 with 20 frame fuselage stretch 267 kN 60 000 1b st class engines increased horizontal tail area full electrical control of

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  • Airbus A380
    seats for all passengers refreshing air quality and mood sensitive lighting sets new standards in passenger comfort Meeting the most demanding noise and emissions regulations compatible with existing airport infrastructure and with the lowest fuel consumption per seat in the large aircraft class the A380 delivers unparalleled economic and environmental standards Greener cleaner quieter smarter the A380 is a game changer in terms of aircraft performance efficiency and respect for the environment For a new travel experience on an aircraft that outperforms previous generations the A380 puts the joy back into flying Basic specifications Overall Length 238ft 7in 72 73m Cabin Length main deck 163ft 8in 49 90m upper deck 147ft 5in 44 93m Fuselage Width 23ft 5in 7 14m Max Cabin Width main deck 21ft 5in 6 54m upper deck 19ft 0in 5 80m Height 79ft 0in 24 09m Wheelbase 104ft 7in 31 88m Track 47ft 0in 14 34m Wing Span geometric 261ft 7in 79 75m Max Ramp Weight lb x 1 000 1239 tonnes 562 Max Take off Weight lb x 1 000 1235 tonnes 560 Max Landing Weight lb x 1 000 851 tonnes 386 Max Zero Fuel Weight lb x 1 000 796 tonnes 361 Max

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  • AAI
    of Groen Brothers Aviation designer and builder of larger autogyros AAI s initial objective has been to develop stability augmentation and other safety features for existing autogyros Contact Details Address 3000 South Palo Verde Road Buckeye Arizona 85326 USA Tel 1 623 393 94 51 Fax 1 623 393 97 02 URL www americanautogyro com A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O

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