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Turkish Airlines Takes Delivery of A330-300 and A330-200F

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[HD video below] Turkish Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330-300 and first A330-200 Freighter. The aircraft, both powered by Rolls-Royce engines, will support Turkish Airlines’ ambitious growth plans in both the passenger and cargo markets.

The A330-300, seating 28 passengers in business class and 261 in economy, will be used on medium and long range routes from the airline’s hub in Istanbul. It is the first of ten of the type ordered by Turkish Airlines in 2009.

The A330-200F will be used by Turkish Cargo on long haul routes to Shanghai and Hong Kong, and to expand the Turkish Cargo network. It is the first of two A330-200 Freighter aircraft that will join the airlines existing all Airbus freighter fleet of four Airbus A310s.

“I am delighted to be adding two more A330 Family variants to our fleet,” said Dr Temel Kotil, CEO of Turkish Airlines. “The benefits we will gain from the flexibility of the aircraft and commonality with our existing fleet will provide a strong basis for our continued growth.”

The A330-300 has a range of up to 5,650 nm / 10,500 km with a full passenger load.

The A330-200F is capable of carrying 65 tonnes over 4,000nm/7,400km or 70 tonnes over 3,200nm/5,900km.

An Airbus A330-200F @ Singapore Airshow 2010

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