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A330-800 specs

Key figures

  Range 7 500 nm 13 900 km
Typical seating x 257
  Max payload - lb x 1 000 - tonnes
A330-800 Wing span Wing span 210 ft 0 in 64 m
A330-800 Overall length Overall length 193 ft 0 in 58.82 m
A330-800 Height Height 57 ft 1 in 17.39 m


Overall length 193 ft 0 in 58.82 m
Cabin length 147 ft 8 in 45.00 m
Fuselage width 18 ft 6 in 5.64 m
Max cabin width 17 ft 3 in 5.26 m
Wing span (geometric) 210 ft 0 in 64 m
Height 57 ft 1 in 17.39 m
Track 35 ft 1 in 10.68 m
Wheelbase 72 ft 10 in 22.18 m

New-generation efficiency

The A330neo is the latest evolution in Airbus' market-leading A330 product line, comprising two versions: the A330-800neo and A330-900neo.

Both of these widebody aircraft incorporate new Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines, plus aerodynamic improvements and the latest cabin technologies; with the A330-800neo version retaining the fuselage length of Airbus' current-production A330-200.


Typical seating 257
Max 406
LD3 capacity underfloor 27 27
Max pallet number underfloor 8 + 3 LD3 8 + 3 LD3
Bulk hold volume 695 ft³ 19.7 m³
Total volume (Bulk loading) 4 800 ft³ 136.00 m³


Range 7 500 nm 13 900 km
Mmo M0.86
Max ramp weight 535.50 lb x 1000 242.9 tonnes
Max take-off weight 533.50 lb x 1000 242.0 tonnes
Max landing weight 410.05 lb x 1000 186.0 tonnes
Max zero fuel weight 388.00 lb x 1000 176.00 tonnes
Max fuel capacity 36 750 USG 139 090 litres

Engines x2

RR Trent 7000 RR Trent 7000
Thrust range 72 000 lb slst - kN
Aircraft weights and capabilities shown are the highest values
Ranges shown are for typical passenger load

The future of aviation gets a step closer with the introduction of the A330neo. Building on the proven success of its popular twin-aisle twin-engine widebody A330 Family, Airbus launched the A330neo jetliner in July 2014, comprised of two aircraft: the A330-800neo and the A330-900neo. The A330-800neo is based on the popular A330-200 and delivers significant improvements in terms of efficiency, while also launching the eye-catching Airspace by Airbus cabin that will redefine the quality of in-flight experience passengers can come to expect.   

The A330neo is a more efficient aircraft that will generate savings through its reduced fuel burn. It incorporates latest-generation Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines, along with aerodynamic improvements – such as new composite Sharklet™ wingtip devices that provide an increased wing span of 3.7 metres – as well as increased lift and reduced drag. 

With a range of 7,500 nautical miles, the A330-800neo will typically seat 257 passengers in three classes of service, while offering capacity for up to 406 travellers in a high-density configuration.

Airspace by Airbus

The A330neo is the launch vehicle for the Airspace by Airbus cabin philosophy, meaning its passengers will be among the first to experience new standards of on-board relaxation. Welcomed by wide seats and a beautifully lit cabin, passengers also can enjoy the latest generation of in-flight entertainment or take care of business with email and Wi-Fi capabilities. Whether it’s short, medium or long-haul, passengers can have access to everything they need to truly relax and enjoy the flight. 

Utilising cutting-edge cabin developments first developed on the all-new A350 XWB and encompassing four key pillars – comfort, ambience, services and design – Airspace offers more personal space and a unique welcome area, as well as Airbus’ signature design elements – the combination of which create a cabin that represents the highest standards of design and luxury. 

Airbus’ brand-new, consumer-centric cabin interior for the A330neo fully encompasses the four pillars of the “Airspace by Airbus” brand: comfort, ambience, services and design

Orders & Deliveries

The interactive map above highlights the optimised range of this modern Airbus jetliner. To determine the aircraft’s range from a specific location, simply drag the cursor to any city or region. The area covered in blue will represent all possible destinations within its typical range.

Note: The range areas above illustrate the aircraft's nominal range.