The A340-300 is a long-range passenger aircraft developed by the West European Airbus consortium. The aircraft belongs to the family of long-range aircraft A330 / 340. The A340-300 is a four-engine long-range passenger aircraft equipped with CFM International CFM56-5C turbofan engines.
The aircraft is a further development of the A340-200, with increased passenger capacity. The aircraft can carry 295 people in a three-class configuration at a distance of 7300 nautical miles (13520 kilometers). The first flight of the aircraft took place on October 21, 1991.
- Modification: A340-300
- Wingspan, m: 60.30
- The length of the aircraft, m: 63.60
- The height of the aircraft, m: 16.70
- Wing Area, m2: 361.60
- Weight kg: empty equipped aircraft 130200; maximum take-off 275,000
- Engine type: 4 turbofan General Electric CFM56-5C4
- Thrust, kg/f: 4 x 15422
- Maximum speed, km / h: 976
- Cruising speed, km / h: 937
- Practical range, km: 12520
- Practical ceiling, m: 11800
- Crew: 2
- The payload of 295 passengers in a three-class configuration or 41,000 kg of cargo.