The short/medium-range, twin-engined European Airbus is a collective attempt by four governments - France, West Germany, Spain and the Netherlands - to break into the American-dominated market for large civil airliners. Seating 250-300 passengers, Air France began regular services with the Airbus in 1974 followed by Lufthansa in 1976. - Taken from the 14th edition catalogue (1977)
1983 edition catalogue, listed as A300B Airbus (Lufthansa) from A300B Luthansa Airbus.
1987 edition catalogue, listed as part of the Modern Airliners Special Editions range.
1987 edition catalogue, listed as A300B Airbus from A300B Airbus (Lufthansa).