2 x 61,500 lbs. ea.
Chris, aka Demondriver of RC Groups sent us the above picture. He tells us that he built the great looking rc A300 for a customer. It is 84" long, has a wingspan of
72", is made from foam, and is powered by 90 mm fans. The thrust produced by the engines is
about double the weight of the rc airplane. All up weight is around 7 1/2 lbs.
Chris, aka Demondriver, posted numerous videos of his rc A380 build on YouTube.
The A300, produced by Airbus, is powered by two engines. It became the first wide cabin aircraft of its type in the world.
The first A300 was produced in 1974 with production continuing until the last A300 came off of the assembly line in 2007. During that period some 561 A300 aircraft of all types were produced.
The great looking rc A300 pictured right above was built by Hawker of RC Groups. It has a length and wingspan of 47" and is made from Depron. Power comes from a pair of 55 mm fan units. Weight is around 25 oz.
The rc A300 pictured directly above was built by Norbert Rauch. It has a wingspan of about 108" and length of around 132". Power is by a pair of glow engines turning 5" fans. Weight is around 55 lbs.
At RC Groups kashyap posted about wanting to build a rc A300.
Blumax posted a video on YouTube of a rc A300 meeting its demise.
Gokidd put a video on YouTube showing the rc A000 in American Airlines colors.
XHeli has the rc A300 fuselage available in either a blue or a orange color scheme.