Airbus A220-300

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Airbus A220-300
First Flight: 27 Feb 2015[1]
Assembled in: Canada
Number built: 13 (October 2017) [2]
Category: Medium Range Narrow-body
Manufactured by: Airbus/Bombardier

The Airbus A220-300 (previously the Bombardier CS300 and Bombardier BD-500-1A11) is a narrow-body medium-haul jet airliner developed by Bombardier in the mid-2010s, with production taken over by Airbus in 2018. It is a stretched version of the CS series of aircraft.

Air Baltic was the launch consumer for this aircraft.

In July 2018, Airbus purchased a majority stake of the production of the CS300, taking over primary production of the aircraft. The aircraft was officially renamed to A220-300 on July 10th, 2018.

Specifications

  • Length: 38.70m
  • Wingspan: 35.10m
  • Height: 11.50m
  • Range with max payload: 6,112km[3]

Variants

  • A220-300 - Pratt & Whitney PW1500G

Operators

Africa

Eastern Africa

Northern Africa


Asia

Eastern Asia


Europe

Northern Europe

Western Europe

References