The twin-engine A330 passenger jetliner is optimised for the highest-possible revenue generation and the lowest operating costs from regional segments to extended range routes – making it an ideal solution for freight operations across any market. The A330’s front and rear cargo holds accept a full range of underfloor cargo containers and pallets – including the most common container in the world, the LD-3.
With volume for 60-100 per cent more freight than the largest competing aircraft on the market, the A330 Family’s unrivalled operating economics mean its aircraft can even operate profitable cargo flights without a single passenger on board, as demonstrated by some airlines that have flown regional overnight freight-only services with the A330 after a full day's passenger service.
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Did you know?
- The A330-200 and A330-300 are almost identical in all but length. The only two other key differences are that the centre tank is activated for increased fuel capacity and an extended fin and rudder on the A330-200
- A330s currently operate to over 300 airports worldwide
- More than 1.1 billion passengers have flown the A330
- Every day, the A330 fleet flies the equivalent of 15 times to the moon
Every minute, an A330 takes off somewhere in the world
An A330 takes-off or lands every 23 seconds of every day