Airbus A300-600R - Kuwait Airways
Kuwait Airways is among a number of Middle East airlines still flying the Airbus A300. The airline first flew an A300B4 leased from the German Airline Hapag-Lloyd in 1983 for a couple of months. In 1984 Kuwait Airways took delivery of three new A300-600s and in 1993 and 1994 received five A300-600R aircraft. In 1991 it leased an A300B4 from EgyptAir.
Some of its aircraft were seized by Iraq during the attack on Kuwait in 1990. Two A300s were destroyed at Baghdad Airport in 1991 during the American invasion of Iraq. The Kuwait Airways A300-600Rs are still in service.
The aircraft on the picture is taxiing at Geneva Cointrin Airport.