How much does an A340 weigh?

Airbus A340 Specifications Table

Airbus A340 200 AIRBUS A340 300
Typical Operating Empty Weight 129,000 kg (284,000 lb) 130,200 kg (287,000 lb)
Cruising Speed Mach 0.82 (871 kph / 470 kts at 11,000 m/36,000 ft)
Maximum Operating Speed Mach 0.86 (913 kph / 493 kts at 11,000 m/36,000 ft)
Maximum Ramp Weight 275,000 kg 275,900 kg

How much fuel does an A340 hold?


Range 14 450 km
Max take-off weight 380.00 tonnes
Max landing weight 265.00 tonnes
Max zero fuel weight 251.00 tonnes
Max fuel capacity up to 204 500 litres

How much fuel does A340 burn per hour?

Given an average speed of 470 kn / 871 km/h, the fuel burn roughly translates to about 9700 kg or 21,300 lbs of fuel per hour.

How much is a A340-600 worth?

Data shows that up until March 31st, 2018, the plane had racked up 39,244 hours across 5,069 flight cycles. The jet is listed with a current market value of $6.52 million. This compares to a list price for the A340-600 of $275.4 million in 2011. Today the aircraft is owned by European Aviation.

Why did Airbus stop making the A340?

A340 production ended when Airbus realized they could not compete with the 777. Production of the A340 ended in 2011 with Airbus knowing they could no longer compete against the twin-engine Boeing 777.

Is the A340 still in service?

Today, the Airbus A340 has fallen out of favour with most of its original operators, with the notable exception of Lufthansa, and been replaced by more efficient Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 twinjets.

How many seats does Air France A340-300 have?

The Air France Airbus A340-300 aircraft features 275 seats in a three cabin configuration: Business, Premium Economy, and Economy. It is used on long-haul intercontinental routes. The business class cabin has a total of 30 seats in a 2-2-2 configuration, with four rows AC, six centre rows of DH and then five rows of KJ.

What is an Airbus A340?

The Airbus A340 is a long-range, four-engine, wide-body commercial passenger jet airliner that was developed and produced by the European aerospace company Airbus.

What was the original name of Air France’s first Airbus A340?

The 228-seat airliner was named Nürnberg. The first A340-300, the 1000th Airbus, was delivered to Air France on 26 February, the first of nine it planned to operate by the end of the year. Air France replaced its Boeing 747s with A340s on its Paris–Washington D.C. route, flying four times weekly.

When did Lufthansa introduce the A340?

The first variant of the A340 to be introduced, the A340-200, entered service with the launch customer, Lufthansa, in 1993. It was followed shortly thereafter by the A340-300 with its operator, Air France. Lufthansa’s first A340, which had been dubbed Nürnberg (D-AIBA), began revenue service on 15 March 1993.