Airbus A300

The Airbus A300 program dates back to the late 1960's and was the first production aircraft by the Airbus Consortium in Europe. The aircraft was the world's first twin-engine widebody aircraft leading the way to competing designs such as the 767 and 777 from Boeing. First delivery was in 1974 to Air France. Over 550 aircraft in three variants (B2, B4 and 600R) were produced. The InFlight 200 A300 features rubber tires, rolling wheels, aerials and high attention to detail.