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AirBus to Launch the A330neo

AirBus to Launch the A330neo

Trent 7000 Rolls Royce engine

Airbus has now made two new additions to its Whiteboard family, the A330-800neo and the A330-900neo. The A330neo comes with the stability of the older A330 version as well as with a number of new and exciting features.

The A330neo still has the same high reliability and versatility of the older version. It comes equipped with a brand new Trent 7000 Rolls Royce engine as well as a number of aerodynamic improvements. You will also find new cabin features that have been added to this model.

Features of the A330neo

But what makes the A330neo stand out? The fuel consumption has been reduced by 14% per seat! That is a huge jump in the fuel efficiency of this vehicle. And if you think it can’t get any better, the new Airbus also has an increased range of 400 nautical miles. As for the aerodynamic improvements, the A330neo has new engine pylons as well as new winglets that give it an increased wingspan. The pilot too will benefit from this new model and the already posh pilot cabin has been further advanced to provide up to ten more seats that are 18 inches wide.

Fourth Gen In-fight Entertainment

For those who are wondering how the passengers will benefit from this new model, don’t worry, there are improvements for you too. The Airbus A330neo comes with 4th Gen In-flight entertainment so you can enjoy 3D movies on the go. The flight also has complete connectivity and mood lighting for all the passengers.

Tom Enders, the CEO of the Airbus Group, is confident that airlines around the world will be keen to jump in line for the A330neo. With the increase in fuel efficiency, decrease in operating costs and supreme comfort offered to passengers, this aircraft provides the airlines with a complete package of the reliable features provided by Airbus along with new technology and innovation.

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