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Specifications & Limitations

Length 146 ft (44.45 m)
Wingspan 111 ft 3 in (33.91 m)
Range 3,270 mi (5,263 km)
Passenger Capacity 186
Freight Capacity  
Cruise Speed 526 mph (842 km/h)
Cruise Ceiling   
Weight Empty 88,515 lbs (40,150 kg)
Max Takeoff Weight
162,040 lbs (73,500 kg)
Notes:

Designed to optimise revenue through passenger comfort and cabin adaptability as well as ensure savings in every element of direct operating cost, the A318, A319, A320 and A321 make up the world's most profitable single-aisle aircraft family. They provide operators with the highest degree of commonality and economy for aircraft in the 100-220 seat category.

The A320 Family's optimised cabin cross-section - the widest single-aisle fuselage on the market - sets new standards for passenger cabin flexibility in this segment. It allows for top-of-the-range comfort with wider seats and aisles, or an extra-wide aisle for the fast turnarounds that are essential in the low-cost markets. Furthermore, the superior cabin size and shape allows larger overhead stowages to be fitted for greater convenience as well as faster boarding and deplaning.

The wider fuselage also provides unmatched cargo capability and the A319, A320 and A321 are unique in their category in offering a containerised cargo loading system that is essential for profitable cargo operations. This system is compatible with the worldwide standard widebody system, which reduces ground equipment and handling costs.

The A320 Family's unique family benefits and superior economics provide operators with tremendous flexibility in matching the right aircraft to specific route requirements through Dynamic Capacity Management. The family's impressive level of dispatch reliability - better than any competing aircraft - further enhances profitability and passenger service. In addition, the A320 Family is an environmentally responsible neighbour, offering the lowest fuel burn, emissions and noise footprints in its class.

Entering service in early 1994, the A321 seats 185 passengers in two classes and has a range of up to 5,600km/3,000nm. 

Courtesy:Airbus
 

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