There is no such aircraft as an A700.
Kingfisher is an airline ( or bird ) the Airbus A300 is a type of aircraft which was produced by Airbus Industrie until 2007
Like all aircraft- emergency doors.
Airbus manufactured 561 A300's. Twenty-five aircraft have been destroyed in accidents and only 399 are still in operational use.
I know from a very recent guided tour in the Airbus Finkenwerder facilities, that an airbus 321 contains approx. 500.000 rivets. Accordingly I should suppose, that an A300 contains considerably more.
Air France was the launch customer for the first Airbus aircraft (Airbus A300), introduced into service on 30 May 1974
Answer In 1972 the A300 made its maiden flight and entered service in 1974. It had a poor start and by 1979 there were only 81 aircraft in service.
An A380 is nearly 5 times the size A300.
The Airbus A300 is operated by 80 airlines on every continent and flies short-haul flights between many cities. The UK based Monarch Airlines, for example, operate their four A300 aircraft between Birmingham, Dublin, London and Manchester.
the planes usually used by airlines are the Boeing 747 to 787 or airbus a300-380
Very much like the seating chart of most passenger aircraft. It has the positions of the seats laid out inside an outline of the internal cabin using a scaled representation of the seats and the cabin layout.