First in efficiency. First in comfort. First in class.
The A330neo and the A350 both deliver unprecedented levels of fuel efficiency, and a sublime level of comfort that will keep you and your customers flying high above the competition.
Passenger capacity ranges from 220 to 410 seats (in typical 3-class configuration), making our widebody family perfect for both regional and ultra-long-range routes up to 9,700nm, allowing operators to customize each aircraft to meet their business needs.
- The A350 generated thousands of innovations , including the A330neo.
- The A330neo shares many of the same innovations as the groundbreaking A350.
Both aircraft deliver a 25% saving in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions when compared to previous generation aircraft.
All widebody aircraft benefit from a common type rating, allowing pilots to fly both aircraft types under one licence with shorter training, guaranteeing smoother transitions at a lower cost.
They also feature the exclusive Airspace cabin, which sets a modern benchmark in passenger comfort and wellbeing.
The widebody family by Airbus. We make it fly.
More than 85% of A350 customers are A330 customers or operators
The A330neo benefits from Airbus’ long-term legacy of systematic ‘designed’-in cabin quietness
For decades Airbus has offered quiet cabins and is accepted as an industry benchmark for cabin comfort which is embedded in the Airspace DNA. Moreover, in today’s competitive environment passenger well-being is one of the main differentiating factors and interior noise is one of the main drivers, so it’s no surprise that the cabins of Airbus’ current widebody airliners – the A350 and A330neo embody these credentials.
New efficient engines sustaining the A330neo into the future
Airbus A330neo Family’s exclusive latest generation engine – the Trent 7000 from Rolls-Royce – builds on the legacy of the predecessor, the Trent 700 (powering the A330ceo), while combining all the most sustainable credentials from the very latest Trent XWB, the world’s most efficient large civil engine which powers the A350.
The A330neo benefits from the very latest 3D winglet technologies
When the first A330neo aircraft took to the skies, it marked the latest use of Airbus’ winglets – those graceful-looking upturned wing tip extensions.
A330neo cockpit – commonality with A350 innovations
The A330neo, Airbus’ newest widebody airliner, was developed at a time to be able to benefit from the technologies introduced on the A350.
The A330neo has one of the most modern and efficient wing geometries
The A330neo has the highest wingspan and aspect-ratio for any widebody airliner in its category – making it one of the most aero-efficient airliner wings ever.