|Configuration||Wide-body aircraft, Low wing aircraft, Monoplane aircraft, Retractable gear aircraft, Tricycle landing gear aircraft|
|Propulsion||Quadjet (Jet aircraft, Four-engine aircraft)|
The A340-300 flies 295 passengers in a typical three-class cabin layout over 6,700 nautical miles (12,400 km). This is the initial version, having flown on 25 October 1991, and entered service with Lufthansa and Air France in March 1993. It is powered by four CFMI CFM56-5C engines and uses the Honeywell 331–350[A] APU, similar to the -200. Its closest competitor is the Boeing 777-200ER. The A340-300 will be superseded by the A350-900. 218 -300s were built in total.
The A340-313X has an increased MTOW of up to 275 tonnes (606,000 lb) and is powered by the more powerful 34,000 lbf (150 kN) thrust CFMI CFM56-5C4 engines. Typical range with 295 passengers is between 7,200 to 7,400 nautical miles (13,300 to 13,700 km). The largest operator of this type is Lufthansa, who has operated a fleet of 30 aircraft. The A340-300 Enhanced is the latest version of this model and was first delivered to South African Airways in 2003, with Air Mauritius receiving the A340-300 Enhanced into its fleet in 2006. It received newer CFM56-5C4/P engines and improved avionics and fly-by-wire systems developed for the A340-500 and -600.
In July 2015, there were 141 A340-300s in service.
(Information taken from the Wikipedia)
In FlightGear, the A340-313X project was started to avoid conflict with the "standard" A340-300, and is a continuation of the A340-600HGW. The project is based on Skyop and Ampere's A340-300 model, using many systems adapted from the 777. Some parts are also taken from the A320, the A380 and the 747. The project was started in October 2015 by Andino. You can follow its development at Andino's Hangar and on the forum topic.
This aircraft is equipped with IT-AUTOFLIGHT.
See the right InfoBox for the Repository, or Download. Remember to rename the aircraft's folder to "A340-313X".
- Moving surfaces
- Moving landing gear
- Gear doors
- Landing lights
- Navigation lights
- Thrust reversers
- Autopilot panel
- Map display
- Manual start
- New liveries (Iberia New Livery, Philippines, Pan Am, Malaysia)
- Fuel dump
- Fuel truck and other airport operations.
- More instruments
- Improvement of current instruments
The ECAM has a button for APT (airport view) and at its right there is a button to select the airport.