Which airlines operate the Airbus A330

Iberia becomes operator of the Airbus A330-200

MADRID - The Spanish airline Iberia is expanding its long-haul fleet by eight Airbus A330-200s and will be operating this version for the first time.

The aircraft are to be delivered to Iberia from the end of 2015 and will be powered by the CF6 from GE Aviation.

The International Airlines Group (IAG) as the holding company of British Airways, Iberia and Vueling has converted options into firm orders. Iberia will thus be flying the 200 version of the A330 for the first time.

The airline already operates eight Airbus A330-300s. The twins are to replace 16 A340s in the Spanish airline's fleet. Iberia currently flies a pure Airbus fleet. It consists of 13 A319, twelve A320, 18 A321, eight A330-300, eight A340-300 and 17 A340-600.

© Flugrevue.de/Patrick Hoeveler | 23.09.2014 06:35

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Post from 23.09.2014 - 23:53


After reading this article, the question arises: Why is this twin not ordered much more often ???
With 8 A330-200 you can replace 16 A340! And (almost) no airline recognizes this? ;-)

Did I misunderstand something or are the facts just poorly phrased?

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