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A300-600F

A300-600F

The A300-600 jetliner’s wide-body fuselage cross-section, high versatility and low operating costs make it an ideal regional freighter. In the A300-600F variant, this aircraft carries significant tonnage and volume on the main deck, as well as in the generous underfloor holds – accommodating the full range of existing cargo containers and pallets. With its range of more than 4,000 nautical miles, the A300-600 has the capability to fly all major regional routes of the world’s principal economic regions.

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A300-600

A300-600F

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  • Range 7 500 km 4 050 nm
  • Overall length 54.10 m 177 ft 5 in
  • Wing span 44.84 m 147 ft 1 in
  • Height 16.5 m 54 ft 3 in
Dimensions
Overall length 54.10 m
Cabin length 40.70 m
Fuselage width 5.64 m
Max cabin width 5.28 m
Wing span (geometric) 44.84 m
Height 16.5 m
Track 9.60 m
Wheelbase 18.62 m
Capacity
Max payload
48.1 / 54.6 tonnes
Pallets or containers
Main deck: up to 21 pallets
Lower deck: 7 pallets or 23 LD3
Performance
Range 7 500 km
Mmo M0.82
Max ramp weight 171.2 - tonnes
Max take-off weight 170.5 - tonnes
Max landing weight 140 tonnes
Max zero fuel weight 130 tonnes
Max fuel capacity 68 150 litres
Dimensions
Overall length 177 ft 5 in
Cabin length 133 ft 6 in
Fuselage width 18 ft 0 in
Max cabin width 17 ft 4 in
Wing span (geometric) 147 ft 1 in
Height 54 ft 3 in
Track 31 ft 6 in
Wheelbase 61 ft 1 in
Capacity
Max payload
105.9 / 120.2 lb X1000
Pallets or containers
Main deck: up to 21 pallets
Lower deck: 7 pallets or 23 LD3
Performance
Range 4 050 nm
Mmo M0.82
Max ramp weight 377.9 - lb x 1000
Max take-off weight 375.9 - lb x 1000
Max landing weight 308.6 lb x 1000
Max zero fuel weight 286.6 lb x 1000
Max fuel capacity 18 000 USG

Tailor-made solution

The A300-600F can carry significant tonnage and volume on its main deck, as well as in the large underfloor holds – accommodating the full range of existing cargo containers and pallets. Derived from Airbus’ highly-reliable A300-600, this freighter provides ideal service standards for operators’ time-sensitive shipments.

The interliner

The A300-600F has been an ideal freighter for routes in the world’s principal economic regions – with a large main cargo deck, as well as underfloor cargo holds that accept both LD3 containers (a total of 23) and pallets.

The A300-600 jetliner’s wide-body fuselage cross-section, high versatility and low operating costs make it an ideal regional freighter. In the A300-600F variant, this aircraft carries significant tonnage and volume on the main deck, as well as in the generous underfloor holds – accommodating the full range of existing cargo containers and pallets.

With its range of more than 4,000 nautical miles, the A300-600 has the capability to fly all major regional routes of the world’s principal economic regions. Since it is a derivative of the A300-600 passenger aircraft, this freighter brings the best service standards for time-sensitive shipments.

Loading access

Total cargo volume available on the A300-600F is 115.7 square metres. The aircraft is fitted with a 141 X 101-inch primary cargo door on the forward fuselage that facilitates the loading of industry-standard containers and pallets on the main deck, while large doors for the lower cargo holds facilitate the handling of freight in these below-deck zones.

On the main deck, the A300-600F’s capacity is 15 96 X 96 X125-inch pallets in single-row loading, or the side-by-side loading of up to 21 pallets sized at 88 X 96 X 125-inches. The underfloor cargo holds accept both LD3 containers (a total of 23) and pallets.

 

Setting the standards

The A300-600F is part of the A300/A310 product line and incorporates Airbus technologies that have made these aircraft the standard-setters for performance, reliability and profitability. This includes fuel-saving aerodynamics such as wingtip devices; electrical signalling for slats, flaps and spoilers; the use of six identical electronic flight instruments on the flight deck; and automatic windshear protection.

During a long and successful production run, Airbus produced a total of 816 A300/A310s. Some 300 of these aircraft are expected to remain in service beyond 2025.

 

Overlaid on a global map, the typical range for Airbus’ A300-600F is shown in this diagram.

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