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Agus0404, dude...WHAT THE HECK!!!!???

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

What's the difference between the A300-600 and the A300-600R?

Were you scared at all? 😛 😎 😂

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

It is the letter ''R'' Dear FEM... 😉 😀 😉 😀 😉 😀

Greekman72

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Lets get serious... Maybe this could helps. 🙂

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Greekman72

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Fire_Emblem_Master wrote:

What's the difference between the A300-600 and the A300-600R?

Were you scared at all? 😛 😎 😂

Hey FEM take a look here:
http://www.airliners.net/info/stats.main?id=18

Each section compares the different features in the A306 range.

Basically, the A300-600R has a longer range than the A300-600.

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

There isn't that many differences between the A300-600 and the A300-600R.

Both A300-600 and A300-600R have the same wingspan, length, height, wing area, and same mach speed (0.82). But there are some differences in the maximum fuel capacity, take-off weight, landing weight, gross weight, maximum payload, maximum range, number of passengers, and engines.
The cabin of both aircrafts are the same in size.

I'll make you a short table with some differences and equalities about the A300-600 and A300-600R.

Well, as you can see, both aircrafts are pretty much the same. Note that I put three different engines. That's because both A300-600 and A300-600R use different engines. But that is an exception, because usually the airlines asks for one or two types of engines.

If you want more information about those aircraft, ask me and I'll surely give you all the info you want.

P.S. Yes, you scared me with your post's subject. I thought I did something bad here. 😂

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