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          Beluga

          Beluga

          For outsized cargo transport

          Featuring one of the most voluminous cargo holds of any civil or military aircraft flying today, the Airbus Beluga offers a unique way to transport oversized air cargo. Also known as A300-600ST Super Transporter, the company’s five existing Belugas play a key role in keeping its production and assembly network operating at full capacity, with the fleet’s overall pace of operations – managed by the Airbus Transport International (ATI) subsidiary – growing to support production ramp-ups.

          In 2020, Airbus began phasing in its fleet of six new-generation BelugaXL versions – which will operate in parallel with the five in-service A300-600STs before replacing them completely.

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          Key figures Beluga ST

          Key figures Beluga ST
          • Overall length 56.15 m 184 ft 3 in
          • Height 17.24 m 56 ft 7 in
          • Wing span 44.84 m 147 ft 2 in
          Dimensions
          Overall length 56.15 m
          Cabin length 37.7 m
          Fuselage width 7.31 m
          Max cabin width 5.28 m
          Wing span (geometric) 44.84 m
          Height
          17.24 m
          Track
          11.05 m
          Wheelbase 11.05 m
          Performance
          Max take-off weight
          155  tonnes
          Max landing weight
          144 tonnes
          Max zero fuel weight
          133.5 tonnes
          Max fuel capacity
          23 860 litres
          Dimensions
          Overall length 184 ft 3 in
          Cabin length 123 ft 8 in
          Fuselage width 24 ft 0 in
          Max cabin width 17 ft 4 in
          Wing span (geometric) 147 ft 2 in
          Height
          56 ft 7 in
          Track
          25 ft 0 in
          Wheelbase 36 ft 25 in
          Performance
          Max take-off weight
          341 (713) lb x 1000
          Max landing weight
          308.6 lb x 1000
          Max zero fuel weight
          294 5 (314) lb x 1000
          Max fuel capacity
          6 303 USG

          Aircraft weights and capabilities shown are the highest values.?Ranges shown are for typical passenger load.

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          Airlifter extraordinaire

          With more than 20 years of reliable service, the Beluga carries complete sections of Airbus aircraft from different production sites around Europe to the final assembly lines in Toulouse, France and Hamburg, Germany. The five-aircraft fleet of A300-600ST Belugas – operated by the Airbus Transport International (ATI) subsidiary – transports fuselage sections, wings and tails for Airbus’ single-aisle A320 and wide-body A330 families, along with parts for the A350 XWB.?

          ATI ensures a high level of customer satisfaction with loading, unloading, and delivery designed to be fast, safe, flexible, and reliable – as demonstrated by over two decades of successful operations throughout the world.

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          Expanding capabilities: BelugaXL

          To support the A350 XWB ramp-up and other production rate increases, Airbus is replacing its five-aircraft A300-600ST fleet with six BelugaXL aircraft, derived from the company’s versatile A330 wide-body product line.?

          In addition to the significant use of existing components and equipment, Airbus’ A330-based BelugaXLs incorporate newly-developed elements including its lowered cockpit, a highly-enlarged cargo bay structure, and modified rear and tail section.?

          Sized at seven metres longer and one metre wider than its BelugaST predecessor, the BelugaXL provides 30% extra transport capacity. As an example, the BelugaXL can carry two wings of an A350 XWB jetliner, while the BelugaST can only accommodate one. With a maximum payload of 51 tonnes, the BelugaXL has a range of 4,000 km (2,200 nm).

          The BelugaXL performed its maiden flight in 2018. Type Certification for the Airbus airlifter was issued in November 2019 by the?European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), which paved the way for the first BelugaXL’s service entry two months later in January 2020.

          As with the BelugaST, the BelugaXL fleet will operate from 11 destinations in Europe, continuing to strengthen Airbus’ industrial capabilities and enabling the company to meet its production and delivery commitments.

          BelugaXL by the numbers

           

          The BelugaXL will gradually replace the existing five-member Beluga ST fleet – which is used for carrying complete sections of Airbus aircraft from different production sites around Europe to the final assembly lines in Toulouse, France and Hamburg, Germany. Learn more about Airbus’ next-generation oversize cargo aircraft with this special “animated infographic.” Read less Read more

          Speed and efficiency

          Beluga combines outsized cargo-carrying capability with the speed and efficiency of Airbus’s A300-600 airliner. It enables short transport times for production, and the large main cargo deck minimizes the need for payload breakdown, crating and packaging.

          The semi-automated main deck cargo loading system ensures easy and efficient handling of payloads, controlled by the trained crews of Airbus Transport International – which operates the five-aircraft Beluga fleet.

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          Flight deck

          The Beluga retains the same modern flight deck that is in worldwide operation on Airbus A300-600s and A310s.?

          It is operated by a three-member crew comprising two pilots and a loadmaster. The main instrument panel incorporates six cathode ray tube (CRT) displays that continuously provide flight, navigation and systems-monitoring information in a clear, comprehensive manner.?

          Also included in the cockpit are controls for a transportable heating module that can be installed in the main deck cargo compartment. The module provides temperature-controlled conditions for sensitive payloads carried by the Beluga, including satellites and paintings.

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          France 02 May 2017

          Airbus Beluga - Patrouille de France 4

          The Beluga transporter aircraft, which flew in formation with the French Air Force “Patrouille de France” aerobatic demonstration team on 30 May 2014, plays a vital role in ensuring the ramp-up of several Airbus programmes

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          France 02 June 2014

          Airbus Beluga - Patrouille de France 3

          The Airbus Beluga’s milestone formation flight with the French Air Force “Patrouille de France” aerobatic demonstration team took place in France one day before the Muret-based Airexpo air show

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          France 02 June 2014

          Airbus Beluga - Patrouille de France 1

          Airbus’ Beluga transporter aircraft performed a memorable formation flight with the French Air Force’s “Patrouille de France” aerobatic demonstration team on 30 May 2014

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          Germany 17 June 2014

          Airbus Beglua loading hangar

          Six new loading hangars dedicated to Airbus' Beluga cargo carriers – the first of which opened May 2014 in Hamburg, Germany – will help these freighters increase their flight hour totals to support the company's latest production rate increases

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          Fuselage 15 September 2014

          Airbus Beluga – Fuselage close-up 3

          In service since 1996, the Beluga combines outsized cargo-carrying capability with the jet speed and efficiency of Airbus’ A300-600 airliner

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          France 15 September 2014

          Airbus Beluga

          The five-aircraft Beluga fleet services a network comprised of 11 stations located in France, Germany, Spain, the UK and Turkey

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          Front 15 September 2014

          Airbus Beluga – No. 1 aircraft on ground

          AM SPS BELUGA MSN14.23-07-2013. FOTO JAVIER DIAZ

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          France 12 September 2014

          Airbus’ fleet of Beluga aircraft

          Airbus operates a fleet of five Beluga cargo airlifters, which together perform more than sixty flights each week to transport components for the company’s jetliners between 11 sites in Europe

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