Airbus A330-300

When you’re travelling to Boston, Lagos, or Calgary, you may fly with the Airbus A330-300 . Find out their names and learn everything you want to know.

About the Airbus A330-300

The Airbus A330-300 made its 1st KLM flight in 2012. This twin-jet aircraft is an earlier version of the Airbus A330-200 but was added to our fleet after the -200. There are a lot of similarities between these 2 types, but a notable difference is the length; the Airbus A330-300 is longer than the -200. That's why the -300 has 10 extra windows. You might spot one of them while flying to Boston, Lagos, Calgary, or Minneapolis, but these destinations can differ per season.

Aircraft names

The Airbus A330-300s are, just like the -200s, named after famous squares: Times Square in New York City, Piazza Navona in Rome, Plaza de la Cathedral in Havana, Praça do Rossio in Lisboa, and Hofplein in Rotterdam.

Airbus 330-300

Seat map

Would you like a bird’s-eye view of our A330-300? With our interactive seat map, you can scroll through the airplane and have a look at our seat layout. Find your ideal seat on our Airbus aircraft for the best start to your trip!

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Aircraft facts

Wingspan60.30 m
Length63.69 m
Height16.80 m
Cruising speed880 km/h
Max. range8,200 km
Max. passengers292
Max. take-off weight233,000 kg

Average seat pitch

Economy Class79 cm
Economy Comfort89 cm
World Business ClassFull-flat seat

In the aircraft

Seat layout Economy Class2-4-2
Seat layout Business Class2-2-2
WiFi availableYes
Power supplyYes
Number of toilets8