Airbus A300

The Airbus A300 was the first product of the European conglomerate, built to take on the likes of Boeing and McDonnell Douglas by providing European carriers with a home-bred alternative. The result was a fairly successful airliner that remained in production for the best part of 35 years and even hit it big in that bastion of wealth and homeland of its rivals, America!


Wearing the vibrant yellow and red of parent company DHL, EAT Leipzig Airbus A300B4-622R(F) D-AEAH climbs away from Heathrow with Flight 756 to Frankfurt.