How many A330 are still flying?

How many A330 are still flying?

Figure 3: Top 20 carriers of combined A330 fleet (active and orders only)

Airline A330-200
Hawaiian Airlines 24
Iberia 16 8
All Other Operators 338 282
Total 614 727

What airlines use the A330neo?

Airbus A330neo

First flight 19 October 2017
Introduction 15 December 2018 with TAP Air Portugal
Status In production, in service
Primary users TAP Air Portugal Delta Air Lines Lion Air Azul Brazilian Airlines

What is a 333 aircraft?

Airbus A330

Role Wide-body airliner
National origin Multi-national
Manufacturer Airbus
First flight 2 November 1992

What kind of aircraft is a 333?

Airbus A330-300
Airbus A330-300 (333)

Are Airbus A330-200 Safe?

According to aviation expert Kieran Daly, the A330-200 is a “reliable, ultra-modern, state-of-the-art airplane,” with an impeccable safety record. He told CNN that there has only been one reported incident when an aircraft of this type has crashed.

Who operates A330?

The A330 was Airbus’s first airliner offered with the choice of three engines: General Electric, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce….Airline operators.

Airline Air Inter
Country France
300 4
Notes Launch customer of A330-300 Merged with Air France in 1997

Is the A330 still in production?

Production increased to 10 aircraft per month in April 2013, the highest for any Airbus widebody aircraft. In 2012, Airbus expected the A330 to continue selling until at least 2020, with the A350-900 expected to replace the A330-300.

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