First flown in 1972, Airbus medium-range A300 has enjoyed a production run of more than 400 units, most of which are still in service throughout the world. In fact, the European consortiums widebody remains in limited production nearly three decades later. This colour history of the prolific jetliner covers an alphabet soup of A300 variants photographed in a variety of liveries from around the globe.
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