ACJ330NEO

BASE PRICE

ACJ330-800: $ 259,900,000

ACJ330-900: $ 296,400,000

INTERIOR BUDGET: $ 90M - $ 170M

PASSENGERS

35

CABIN AREA

ft²

2000

RANGE

nm

10000

SPEED

Mach

0.79

MTOW

lb

500000

50 PAX

10,400 nm

M 0.86

553,400 lb

Photo : Courtesy Airbus

The A330NEO is the second generation of the 1990’s A330 fly-by-wire wide-body aircraft family developed by Europe based Aerospace conglomerate Airbus.

Developed in parallel with the four-engine A340 family sharing the same fuselage, cockpit, and cabin. The A330 was aimed at high-capacity medium-range routes replacing the 1970’s era A300 in Airbus products portfolio where the A340 was designed to address long-range routes. The A330-300 longer variant was the first to take to the sky on November 2 , 1992, prior to entering service with French domestic operator Air Inter, followed in 1998 by the shorter variant A330-200 with launch customer Korean Air.

The A330 family was offered multiple 70,000 lbf class engine selection from General Electric with the CF6-80, Rolls-Royce with the Trent 700, and Pratt & Whitney with the PW4000.

With the increase in engine reliability and the rapid development of ETOPS (Extended Twin-engine Operations) performance standards. The A330 family started to be very popular on long-range point to point routes, pushing manufacturer Airbus to offer more and more increased take-off weight variants to cope with airlines’ increased range demand. The A330-200 longer-range version served as the base of the ACJ330 offering and proved very popular with government for officials and head of state transportation. The Latest A330NEO should carry this popularity by offering even more range capability.   

Launched in 2014, the latest A330NEO was designed to compete against Boeing 787 model and introduced the latest generation Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engine. Replacing the A330-300, the A330-900 entered service in late 2018 and should be followed with the A330-200 replacement designed A330-800 in 2020.

ACJ330-800

Range 
Max Range*10,400 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.86
High-Speed CruiseM 0.82
Airfield 
Takeoff Distance
Landing Distance
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude41,000 ft

* 25 Passengers, NBAA, 200nm diversion

Maximum Takeoff553,400 lbs
Maximum Landing410,060 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel388,014 lbs
Usable Fuel36,750 USG

ACJ330-900

Range 
Max Range*9,900 nm
Speed 
Maximum SpeedM 0.86
High Speed CruiseM 0.82
Airfield 
Takeoff Distance
Landing Distance
Altitude 
Maximum Cruise Altitude41,000 ft

* 25 Passengers, NBAA, 200nm diversion

Maximum Takeoff553,400 lbs
Maximum Landing421,083 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel399,037 lbs
Usable Fuel36,750 USG
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ACJ330-800

Cabin Height7 ft 11 in
Cabin Width17 ft 3 in
Cabin Length147 ft 9 in
Cabin Volume21,577 cu.ft
Cabin Area2,325 ft2
Baggage Storage 
External (Maximum)4,800 cu.ft

ACJ330-900

Cabin Height7 ft 11 in
Cabin Width17 ft 3 in
Cabin Length165 ft 2 in
Cabin Volume24,261 cu.ft
Cabin Area2,616 ft2
Baggage Storage 
External (Maximum)5,750 cu.ft
Flight Deck
Photo : Courtesy Airbus

The A330 uses the same A320 cockpit layout with sidestick taking advantage of Airbus advanced Fly-by-wire technology. The cockpit integrates advanced features such as the Onboard Airport Navigation System (OANS). An optional dual Head-Up Display (HUD) system from Thales can be installed in the cockpit allowing for enhanced situation awareness and low visibility operations.

ENGINES 
ManufacturerRolls Royce
ModelTrent 7000
Thrust72,834 lbf
Flat Rate
APU 
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Model