A330

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A330Airbus 330 (airliner)
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The A330neo Family is the new-generation A330, comprising two versions: the A330-800 and A330-900.
The A330-800 and A330-900 have more than 99 per cent commonality across the two A330neo versions, and they share the same type rating with the other members of Airbus' A330 Family - which are the best-selling midsize widebody aircraft ever.
'The shift to the A330 on the Manila-Auckland route increases overall capacity by 22 percent, helping stimulate leisure and business travel,' the carrier said.
The first PAL A330 was warmly welcomed at Auckland International Airport, where guests, travel agents and media were given a tour of the aircraft's spacious cabin.
PAL's A330 also introduces a new Premium Economy Class, featuring more legroom, special footrests and extra recline on wider seats in an exclusive private cabin.
Auckland is the latest destination to be served by the 309-seater premium version of the twin-engine A330 jet.
Muscat: Oman Air will be deploying its wide-body Airbus A330 for all flight operations to and from Salalah, to meet the growing demand after Cyclone Mekunu hit the city, the airline announced.
We have gradually increased capacity on the route by adding additional flights, and are delighted to now offer a larger aircraft with more seating capacity onboard our Airbus A330," Qatar Airways Group chief executive Akbar al-Baker said.
We have gradually increased capacity on the route by adding flights and are delighted to now offer a larger aircraft with more seating capacity onboard our Airbus A330. Responding directly to increased demand clearly demonstrates our commitment to delivering five-star service to our passengers."
FLYING HIGH: AirAsia X is adding to its A330 fleet, meaning an additional 25 orders for plane maker Airbus
The A330-300 Regional also represents the lowest-cost alternative and easiest fleet addition due to its high commonality with the A330s already operated by Saudi Arabian Airlines.
The A330 MRTT for the country's air force features a fly-by-wire aerial refueling boom system and a universal aerial refueling receptacle slipway installation for refueling from another tanker.