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    Airbus A220-300


    Purpose built for efficiency

    The A220 Family portfolio



    Key figures

    A220-300 Side view
    • Range 6,297 km 3,400 nm
    • Typical seating 2-class 120-150 120-150
    • Overall length 38.7 m 127 ft 0 in
    A220-300 Front view
    • Height 11.5 m 37 ft 8 in
    • Wingspan 35.1 m 115 ft 1 in
    Overall length 38.7 m
    Cabin length 27.5 m
    Fuselage max diameter
    3.5 m
    Max cabin width 3.28 m 
    Wingspan 35.1 m
    11.5 m
    Max seating  160
      Typical seating 2-class 120-150
    Water Volume
    31.6 m3


    Range 6,297 km
    Mmo M0.82
    Max ramp weight
    70.3 tonnes
    Max take-off weight
    69.9 tonnes
    Max landing weight
    60.6 tonnes
    Max zero fuel weight
    57.6 tonnes
    Max fuel capacity
    21 508 litres
    Overall length 127 ft 0 in
    Cabin length 90 ft 1 in
    Fuselage max diameter
    11 ft 5 in 
    Max cabin width 10 ft 9 in
    115 ft 1 in
    38 ft 8 in
    Max seating
      Typical seating 2-class 120-150
    Water volume
    1 118 ft3
    Range 3,400 nm
    Mmo M0.82
    Max ramp weight
    155 lb x 1000
    Max take-off weight
    154 lb x 1000
    Max landing weight
    133.5 lb x 1000 
    Max zero fuel weight
    127 lb x 1000
    Max fuel capacity 
    5,681 USG

    Lean, economical and efficient

    The larger member of the A220 Family, the A220-300, shares high levels of commonality with the A220-100 variant – including in the cockpit – allowing a seamless transition between the two versions for pilots and the cabin crew..

    The larger member of the A220 Family – the A220-300 – was specifically designed and purpose-built for the 120-160 seat market. It represents the fusion of performance and technology, allowing airlines to connect distant points on continents or sectors that were previously unprofitable or impossible.

    The A220-300’s advanced aerodynamics combined with specifically-designed Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1500G geared turbofan engines contribute to an aircraft that delivers 25% lower fuel burn per seat than previous generation aircraft, half the noise footprint, and decreased emissions, making it a true community-minded jetliner.

    Both members of the A220 Family share commonality in more than 99% of the line-replaceable units (LRUs), as well as the same family of engines – meaning operators can fly both versions and at a significant cost savings. Flight crews with the same pilot type rating, as well as cabin personnel, will enjoy a seamless transition between the A220-300 and A220-100, greatly reducing complexity and training costs.

    A flexible and comfortable cabin

    The Airbus A220 Family’s cabin provides space where it matters the most, leading to an unparalleled passenger experience.

    In addition to delivering best-in-class economics, the A220 Family’s cabin was purpose-built to deliver an excellent passenger experience. A220 Family aircraft are recognised for their low noise levels, providing a quiet, comfortable cabin.

    Wide seats combined with ample overhead storage create personal space without compromising on headroom, and the cabin management system provides crews with easy, intuitive control of the aircraft’s interior environment, including entertainment offerings and mood lighting to ensure a delightful passenger experience.

    Like the A220-100 version, the A220-300’s configurable cabin provides two flex zones, allowing operators to benefit from fully customisable modular cabin elements, including stowage areas and partitions, based on their specific needs.

    This diagram shows the typical range for Airbus’ A220-300 commercial aircraft overlaid on a global map.

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    A220-300 media gallery

    Delivery of first A220 produced in the U.S.    
    A220 100 A220 300 Inflight    
    Airbus wallpaper – A220-300 in flight    
    Airbus wallpaper – A220-300 close-up    
    A220 Air Canada Taxiing    
    A220 Air Canada takeoff    
    A220 Air Canada fuselage close-up    
    A220 Air Canada tail close-up    
    Air Canada A220-300 takes off    
    airBaltic A220 tail    
    Takeoff of milestone airBaltic A220    
    Cabin of milestone airBaltic A220    
    Close-up of milestone airBaltic A220    
    A220-300 airBaltic    
    Airbus celebrates 100th A220 aircraft produced    
    100th A220 produced for a customer    
    Celebrating 100th A220 produced for a customer    
    A220-300 Air Senegal    
    EGYPTAIR A220 in static display area – Dubai Airshow 2019    
    Airbus aircraft on static display – Dubai Airshow 2019    
    A220-300 Air France video      
    Airbus Commercial Aircraft formation flight – 50-year anniversary      
    Airbus Commercial Aircraft formation flight – 50-year celebration      
    Behind the scenes: Airbus formation flight      
    2018 Farnborough Airshow – A220 flight demonstration      
    Farnborough Airshow 2018: Day 1 highlights      
    Meet the Expert: Eric Schulz, Airbus Chief Commercial Officer      
    The Airbus Family is getting ready for Farnborough International Airshow 2018      
    A220-300 in flight      
    A220-300 cabin visit      
    A220 receives its Airbus livery      
    The A220 Family joins Airbus’ product line-up      
    From “C Series” to the A220      
    A220 Family: an extraordinary journey lives on      
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