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The Airbus A340-300 was a long-haul passenger aircraft that was first introduced in the 1990s. It was designed for intercontinental flights and offered a range of up to 7,600 nautical miles (14,100 km), making it ideal for connecting distant destinations. The aircraft was equipped with four engines, which provided reliable and efficient performance. The spacious cabin of the A340-300 could accommodate up to 440 passengers in a two-class layout, or up to 555 passengers in a high-density configuration. The aircraft was equipped with advanced systems, including a glass cockpit, advanced navigation and communications equipment, and modern in-flight entertainment systems. The A340-300 was popular with airlines around the world, especially for its ability to fly long distances without refueling stops. However, as airlines started to focus more on fuel efficiency, the A340-300 was retired by many airlines in favor of more modern aircraft.
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