Airbus

Airbus

Airbus is one of the two largest civil aircraft in the world.
Airbus began as a consortium of European aerospace manufacturers, Aerospatiale of France, Deutsche Airbus of West Germany, Hawker Siddeley of the UK, Fokker-VFW of Holland and CASA of Spain.

The first aircraft developed was the A300 the first widebody twin jet which had its first flight on 28th Oct 1972, of which 561 were built.
A  derivative of the A300, the A310 was the next aircraft developed, this is a smaller, shorter version of the A300.
The next aircraft developed was the A320 family which consists of the A318, A319, A320 & A321, the aircraft being larger with each number increase. To June 2017 over 7,500 have been delivered. The latest version of the family, known as the New Engine Option or NEO which will repace the original A319, 320 & 321, these aircraft will now be known as the Conventional Engine Option or CEO. There are over 5,000 orders for the NEO's.
The next aircraft to be developed was the long range A330 & A340 family. The A330 & A340 have a majority of the same structure, with the A330 having two engines and is the shorter range version and the A340 having 4 engines and greater range. Like the A320, the A330 is being replaced by the NEO version.
The next aircraft off the production line was the worlds largest passenger aircraft, the A380 of which 213 have been delivered.
The aircraft off the line is the A350 an aircraft that sits between the A330 & A380.

We have cockpit diagrams for the A319/320/321, A330, A340-200/300, A340-500/600, A350 & A380.
The A319/320/321NEO & A330NEO are in development.

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