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AIRBUS COMPANY

Worlds leading manufacturer


of commercial jetliners and
military airlifters, with a 40-plus
year track record of innovation,
technological firsts and industry
milestones
BASIC INFO:
offers a modern and comprehensive family of civil
airliners with capacities ranging from 100 to 525 seats,
while its military product line covers the light, medium
and heavy airlifters as well as multi-role aerial tanker and
transport aircraft.
largest manufacturer in this market from 2003 to 2011 in
terms of deliveries
sold over 12,300 aircraft and delivered 7,600-plus jetliners
As of May 2013, Total orders 12805
Total deliveries7877
In operation7301
BASIC INFO:
Headquarters: Toulouse, France
Active workforce: 59,000 direct employees around the world
Subsidiaries: United States, China, Japan and Middle East
Spare parts centers: Hamburg, Frankfurt, Washington, Beijing and
Singapore
Training centers: Toulouse, Miami, Hamburg and Beijing
Field service offices: More than 150 around the world
Supplier network: Some 1,800 suppliers in 30 countries
Industrial sites: Facilities located in France, Germany, Spain and
the UK
Final Assembly Lines: Toulouse, France; Hamburg, Germany; and
Tianjin, China, which will be joined by a new facility in Mobile,
Alabama USA
Engineering centers: 11 throughout Europe, US, China, India and
Russia
HISTORY:
Airbus Industry began as a consortium of European aviation
firms to compete with American companies such
as Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, and Lockheed
formally established as
a Groupementd'Interetconomique (Economic Interest Group
or GIE) on 18 December 1970
formed by a government initiative between France, Germany
and the UK that originated in 1967.

HISTORY:
The name "Airbus" was taken from a non-proprietary
term used by the airline industry in the 1960s to refer
to a commercial aircraft of a certain size and
range, for this term was acceptable to the French
linguistically
1974 - The A300 became the worlds first twin-
engine wide body jet, entering airline service.

HISTORY:
early 1980s - by Airbus shorter-fuselage A310 derivative, and
was joined later that decade by the single-aisle A320 which
developed into one of the most successful aircraft families in
history with the A318, A319, A320 and A321
1990s - Airbus introduce its long range A330/A340 jetliner
Family, and a new era of airline travel started in 2007 when the
525-seat A380 began commercial operation.
Fathers of Airbus
Roger Bteille, was appointed
technical director of the A300
program. Henri Ziegler,
president of Sud Aviation, was
later named general manager
of what would become Airbus
Industrie and a German
politician, Franz-Josef Strauss,
was made chairman of the
supervisory board.
PASSENGER
AIRCRAFTS
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A320 Family
Airbus A320 Family is the most eco-efficient
and undisputed leader in the single-aisle product
line

It is used in a full range of services from very
short-haul airline routes to intercontinental
segments
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A318
The smallest member of the A320 Family
has the shortest fuselage of the A320 product line.
It is configured for 107 passengers in a typical two-class
cabin layout, with eight seats in first class and 99 in economy.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A319
Two-class layout with 124 seats to an optional high-density
version that accommodates 134 passengers
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A320
Typically seating 150 passengers in a two-class cabin or up to 180 in
a high-density layout for low-cost and charter flights
fuselage is seven inches wider than its competitors, enhancing comfort
for passengers and increasing revenue opportunities for airlines
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A321
Familys largest
member
Offers the lowest fuel
burn, emissions and
noise footprint in its
class.
Accommodates 185
passengers in a two-
class configuration (16
in first class and 169 in
economy) while in
high-density seating
(with up to 220
passengers) for charter
and low-cost
operators.
A320 Family
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A330 Family
The combination of low operating costs, high efficiency,
flexibility and optimized performance makes the A330
Family popular with an ever-increasing operator base

Commonality is further shared across the Airbus product
line of widebody and single-aisle aircraft through the use
of fly-by-wire controls and cockpits with similar
layouts.

PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A330 Family
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A330-200
Accommodates 253
passengers in a
comfortable two-class
cabin layout that
provides more window
and aisle seats in much
quieter cabins.
As a modern jetliner,
the A330-200 accepts the
latest in-flight
entertainment, including
video-on-demand,
mobile telephone and e-
mail via satellite.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A330-200
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A330-300
This jetliner has a
range of up to 5,450
nautical miles while
carrying 300
passengers in a typical
two-cabin
arrangement, seating
36 in first or business
class at a 60-inch seat
pitch, and 264 in coach
at 32-inch pitch.

PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A330-300
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A340 Family
The four-engine A340 has greater range at lower cost
than other long-range widebody commercial jetliners. Its
market-matched capacity and unique economics make it a
pathfinder to profitability on some of the worlds longest,
most demanding airline routes.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A340-300
The A340-300 seats
295 passengers in a
typical three-class
cabin configuration,
while a two-class
layout comfortably
accommodates as
many as 335
travellers.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A340-500
In a typical three-class
cabin arrangement, seats
are of maximum of 313
passengers, and its cabin
flexibility enables seat
pitch to be adapted in
units of one inch while
galleys, lavatories and
stowage can be located in
different numbers,
groupings and locations.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A340-600
The A340-600 is the
longest-fuselage jetliner
ever built by Airbus,
and the largest-capacity
member of the A340
Family.
It has a seating
capacity for 360
passengers in a three-
class layout, or 419 in a
two-class
configuration.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A350 XWB Family
The A350 XWB twin-engine jetliner is shaping the
future of air travel by offering a complete family of new-
generation aircraft that is best suited to the markets
requirements for size, range, revenue generation,
passenger comfort and the environment.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A350-800
Shortest fuselage
version in Airbus new
A350 XWB all-new
family of mid-sized
widebody airliners.
It accommodates 270
passengers in a typical
three-class cabin
configuration, with a
flight range of 8,500
nautical miles.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A350-900
Accommodates 314
passengers in a three-class
configuration
Interior cross-section is
five inches larger than the
nearest competitor,
allowing operators to
comfortably accommodate
economy class passengers
at eight-, nine- or 10-
abreast arrangements.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A350-1000
Longest-fuselage
version of Airbus all-new
family of widebody
jetliners
In a typical three-class
configuration, seats are a
total of 350
passengers. The aircraft
also can be configured for
a higher-density layout to
accommodate up to 440
passengers
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A350 XWB Family
The A350 XWB twin-engine jetliner is shaping the
future of air travel by offering a complete family of new-
generation aircraft that is best suited to the markets
requirements for size, range, revenue generation,
passenger comfort and the environment.
PASSENGER AIRCRAFTS
A380
Greener, cleaner,
quieter and smarter the
A380 is a game changer
in terms of aircraft
performance, cost
efficiency, comfort and
sustainable growth

Capacity: 525 seats (3-
class)
Maximum of 853 seats
CORPORATE JETS
Airbus offers the most modern and comprehensive corporate jet family in
the world, giving customers the greatest choice of the widest and most
spacious cabins.
ACJ330, ACJ340, ACJ350 and
ACJ380
For corporate jet customers that want to carry even more passengers, in
even greater comfort and space, Airbus offers a full family of VIP
widebodies that also deliver non-stop to the world range, allowing
company executives, high net-worth individuals and government leaders
to save time by flying directly to their destination.
ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and
ACJ321
the Airbus ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and ACJ321 have the ability to
carry more passengers than traditional business jets as well as flying
them in much greater comfort.

Airbus ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and ACJ321 all have the range to fly
intercontinental distances, as well as non-stop within continents.

And because the Airbus ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and ACJ321 are
derived from airliners designed to fly many times a day in demanding
commercial service, they feature robust airframes that achieve an
excellent reliability rate of 99.9 per cent.
Freighter Aircrafts




A330-200F
worlds most modern mid-size
freighter

reliable, flexible and profitable
operations to all continents.

highly efficient operation with
less noise and emissions than the
ageing fleets of mid-sized cargo
aircraft

provides the full benefits of
operational commonality with
Airbus fly-by-wire family of
single-aisle and wide body
jetliners.




Key figures
Range7400 (5950) km
Max payload 65 (70)
tonnes
Wing span 60.30 m
Overall length 58.82 m

Capacity
Max payload 65 (70)
tonnes
Pallets or containers
main deckup to 23
palletsunderfloor8
pallets + 2 LD3
containers




A330P2F
PASSENGER-TO-
FREIGHTER CONVERSION

The A330P2F program offers
a passenger-to-freighter
conversion opportunity for
A330s

optimized for higher-density
freight and longer-range
performance.

will carry up to 60 metric
tonnes over a distance of
2,200 nautical miles, or 61
tonnes to a range of 3,600
nautical




Also known as the A300-
600ST Super Transporter

Carry complete sections of
Airbus aircraft from different
production sites around
Europe to the final assembly
lines in Toulouse or Hamburg.

One of the widest fuselage
cross-sections of any aircraft

It enables short transport
times and the large main cargo
deck minimizes the need for
payload breakdown, crating
and packaging.
BELUGA- THE
UNMATCHED
AIRLIFTER FOR
OUTSIZED CARGO



DIMENSIONS & KEY DATA
AIRCRAFT DIMENSIONS
Overall length56.15 m.184 ft. 3 in.
Height17.24 m.56 ft. 7 in.
Fuselage diameter7.31 m.24 ft.
Maximum cabin width 3.70 m.12 ft. 2 in.
Cabin length 37.7 m.123 ft. 8 in.

BASIC OPERATING DATA
Engines GE CF6-80C2A8GE CF6-80C2A8
Range (w/max. passengers) 40 - tonne payload:
2,779 km. / 26 - tonne payload: 4,632 km.39.3 -
tons payload:1,500 nm. / 25.6 - tons payload:
2,500 nm.
Military Aircrafts



Variety of roles, including
maritime patrol, cargo
transport and medical
evacuation.

Maximum takeoff weight of
8,100 kg. and carries a
maximum payload of up to
2,800 kg.

equipped Fully Integrated
Tactical System (FITS), which
serves as the basic core of an
airborne mission/weapon
system for maritime
surveillance, anti-submarine
warfare, homeland security
and other applications.
C212
THE LEADER IN ITS
CLASS
Reputation for mission versatility,
minimal support requirements and
reliable operation in a full range of
environments and at low operating
costs.

Accommodates up to 36
paratroopers, or can be configured
for maritime patrol and surveillance
operations. For medical evacuation
missions, the aircraft accommodates
up to 18 stretchers, with four
attendants.

Its rear ramp can be opened in flight
for the airdrop of equipment, and
also facilitates the easy loading of
mission pallets, along with bulky
cargo, light vehicles and aircraft
engines. For aerial cargo delivery
missions, up to 6,000 kg. can be
delivered in a single pass.
CN235
THE LOWEST COST
TACTICAL AIRLIFTER
The longest-fuselage
member of Airbus Militarys
airlifter family is versatile,
robust and has the lowest
cost life-cycle of any aircraft
in its category.

Maximum payload is 9,200
kg., and its cabin is sized to
accommodate up to 71
troops. For aerial cargo
delivery, up to 8,000 kg.
can be delivered in a single
pass.
C295
THE MULTI-MISSION
CHAMPION
most capable in-flight refueling
platform available today.

fuel capacity (111
tonnes/245,000 lbs.) ensures
that all receiver aircraft can be
refueled efficiently and quickly.

all-electric Aerial Refueling
Boom System, which provides
highly accurate, reliable in-
flight refueling

carried two all-digital Cobham
905E hose and drogue pods
under the wings, which can
simultaneously refuel two
probe-equipped receiver
aircraft

A330 MRTT
THE 21ST CENTURY
BENCHMARK
A330 MRTT
THE 21ST CENTURY BENCHMARK
carries a Universal Air Refueling Receptacle
Slipway Installation (UARRSI), enabling the aircraft
to be refueled by other tankers

able to carry up to 380 passengers or a payload of
up to 45 tonnes/99,000 lbs. It can accommodate
up to 130 stretchers for medical evacuation.

versatility of the A330 MRTT enables a wide variety
of cargo to be transported from standard
commercial containers, through military, ISO and
NATO pallets and containers, to military vehicles.

Powered by four modern
turboprop engines driving state-
of-the-art eight-bladed propellers,
the A400M is capable of cruising
speeds of up to Mach 0.72 and
altitudes up to 37,000 feet.

enabling to deliver large amounts
of payload or to evacuate a full
complement of refugees from
remote areas. It can also carry up
to 116 paratroopers who can
jump out of the aircraft

fully equipped to perform air-to-
air refueling, and also can serve
as a receiver aircraft to take on
fuel while in flight
A400M

Facilities and Amenities
Plane and pilot store
Touch & Go Vending
Pilot Lounge with 55 HDTV /
Satellite / DVD Library
Media Room/Classroom
Conference Rooms
Other Facilities and Amenities
Separate Quiet Room with
comfortable recliners
Two Private Sleep Rooms
Recreation Room with Pool
Table / Ping Pong
Shower Facilities
Weather Briefing/Flight Planning
Room
Pilot Work Room with High-
Speed Internet Access
Comfortable Pilot Library with
Airfield View
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