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Airbus A220-300  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 14 December 2016
Maiden Flight: 27 February 2015
Total Production: 635
Unitary Cost: USD$81 million
Also Known As: CS300 and CSeries 130
Origin: Canada
Corporations: Airbus*, Alenia Aeronautica, Bombardier, Fokker Elmo, Goodrich Corporation and Shenyang Aircraft Corporation (center fuselage)   (*) lead contractor
Parent System: Airbus A220
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 15 July 2016
Maiden Flight: 16 September 2013
Total Production: 855
Family Members: Airbus A220-100
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Description: Bombardier's CSeries is a family of narrow-body, single-aisle jetliners offering outstanding lower operating costs than existing competition originally designed for the 110- to 130-seat market. Moreover, CSeries offer enhanced reliability, total life cycle support, unparalleled passenger appeal and operational flexibility. As of August 2005, the CSeries range comprised CSeries 110 and CSeries 130 models with a seating capacity of 110 and 130 passengers respectively. On 31 January 2006, Bombardier announced that was reorienting CSeries project efforts, team and resources to regional jet and turboprop aircraft. This decision put the CSeries project on hold until further change on market opportunities. In the late 2010s the CSeries airplanes were renamed CS100 (formerly CSeries 110) and CS300 (formerly CSeries 130) and the entire project aimed at the 100- to 149-seat market. The final CSeries airplanes will incorporate leading-edge technology, systems integration, advanced materials and latest-generation aerodynamics. The first CSeries aircraft performed its maiden flight on September 16, 2013. The entry into service happened in July 2016. In July 2018 the CSeries aircraft family was re-named as the Airbus A220 aircraft family.

The Bombardier CS300, formerly known as the CSeries 130, is a 150-passenger class airliner powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW1524G turbofan engines and is ideal for short haul to longer transcontinental routes. Compared with existing jetliners in its class, it offers roughly 15 percent cash operating cost and 20 percent fuel burn savings as well as exceptional operational flexibility. The spacious cabin offers the comfort of a widebody airliner and an unmatched environmental and noise footprint. The CS300 can accommodate up to 160 passengers offering airliners a 4 percent cash operating savings per seat. The CS300 airliner maiden flight was carried out in October 2015 and entered into service in December 2016. The CS300 was re-named as the Airbus A220-300 in July 2018.

Airbus A220-300 Specifications

Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 150
Dimensions
Height: 11.3 meter
Length: 38.2 meter
Wingspan: 33.7 meter
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Airbus A220-300 News

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Thursday, February 13, 2020Green Africa Airways Signs Agreement for 50 Airbus A220-300s
Airbus and Government of Quebec Take Over A220 Aircraft Program
Thursday, January 23, 2020Nordic Aviation Capital Firms Order for 20 Airbus A220 Aircraft
Wednesday, December 18, 2019Air France-KLM Firms up Order for 60 Airbus A220-300s
Tuesday, November 19, 2019Air Senegal Signs MoU for Eight Airbus A220-300s
Wednesday, October 23, 2019Czech Airlines Orders Four Airbus A220-300 and Three A321XLR Jetliners
Tuesday, July 30, 2019Air France-KLM Signs Agreement for 60 Airbus A220-300s
Thursday, June 20, 2019JetBlue Converts 10 Airbus A321neos into A321XLR and Orders 10 More A220-300s
Nordic Aviation Capital Orders 20 Airbus A220 Jetliners
Monday, June 17, 2019ALC Signs Letter of Intent for 50 Airbus A220-300, 27 A321XLR and 23 A321neo Jetliners

Operators & Related Equipment


OperatorsItems
Canada45
Aircraft ordered by Air Canada (45)
China10
Aircraft ordered by CDB Leasing (10)
Czechia4
Aircraft ordered by Czech Airlines (4)
Denmark10
Aircraft ordered by Nordic Aviation Capital (10)
Egypt12
Aircraft ordered by EgyptAir (12)
France62
Aircraft ordered by Air France-KLM (60); Aircraft ordered by Air Vanuatu (2)
Iraq5
Aircraft ordered by Iraqi Airways (5)
Ireland17
Aircraft ordered by Lease Corporation International Aviation (17)
Latvia50
Aircraft ordered by airBaltic (50)
Nigeria50
Aircraft ordered by Green Africa Airways (50)
Russia32
Aircraft ordered by Ilyushin Finance Co. (32)
Saudi Arabia16
Aircraft ordered by SaudiGulf Airlines (16)
Senegal8
Aircraft ordered by Air Senegal (8)
South Korea10
Aircraft ordered by Korean Air (10)
Sweden5
Aircraft ordered by Braathens Aviation (5)
Switzerland10
Aircraft ordered by SWISS (10)
Tanzania2
Aircraft ordered by Air Tanzania (2)
Turkey10
Aircraft ordered by Atlasjet (10)
United Arab Emirates2
Aircraft ordered by Falcon Aviation Systems (2)
United Kingdom40
Aircraft ordered by Macquarie AirFinance (40)
United States of America235
Aircraft ordered by Republic Airways (40); JetBlue (70); Moxy (60); Delta Airlines (15); ALC (50)

Grand Total 63521
Propulsion Systems
PW1524Gx2
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