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A320 Family
Technical appendices
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Technical appendices
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Technical appendices - Contents

A320 Family general data
Key data Standard cabin layouts Lower deck Additional fuel capacity
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A320 Family technology features
Flight deck Centralised Fault Display System Fly-by-wire system Wing movable surfaces Engines
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A320 Family performance
Range capability Take-off performance Landing performance
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A318 Key data

Maximum take-off weight:

-basic -options

59 000 kg 61 500 kg 63 000 kg 64 500 kg 66 000 kg 68 000 kg 56 000 kg 57 500 kg 53 000 kg 54 500 kg 24 210 litres

130 070 lb 135 580 lb 138 890 lb 142 200 lb 145 500 lb 149 900 lb 123 460 lb 126 770 lb 116 840 lb 120 150 lb 6 400 USG

Maximum landing weight: Maximum zero-fuel weight: Fuel capacity: Operating weight empty (typical): Seats: Underfloor capacity: Powerplants:

-basic -option -basic -option -basic

39 500 kg - typical two-class - maximum - basic - PW6000A - CFM56-5B

87 080 lb

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107 132 (exit limit 145) 21.21 m3 749 ft3

22 100 lb to 23 800 lb slst 21 600 lb to 23 300 lb slst

Span 111ft 10in 34.10m Length 103ft 2in 31.44m Height 41ft 1in 12.51m Fuselage width 13ft 3.95m

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A319 Key data

Maximum take-off weight:

-basic -options

64 000 kg 68 000 kg 70 000 kg 75 500 kg

141 100 lb 149 920 lb 154 330 lb 166 450 lb

Maximum landing weight: Maximum zero-fuel weight: Fuel capacity: Operating weight empty (typical): Seats: Underfloor capacity: Powerplants:

-basic -option -basic -option - basic - options

61 000 kg 62 500 kg 57 000 kg 58 500 kg 24 210 litres up to 30 190 litres 40 800 kg

134 480 lb 137 790 lb 125 660 lb 128 970 lb 6 400 USG up to 7 980 USG 89 950 lb 124 160

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- typical two-class - maximum* -basic - option - CFM56-5B - V2500-A5

27.62 m3 976 ft3 3/255 ft3 4 LD3-45(W) + 7.22 m 22 000 lb to 27 000 lb slst 22 000 lb to 26 500 lb slst

* with double overwing exit

Span 111ft 10in 34.10m Length 111ft 33.84m Height 38ft 7in 11.76m Fuselage width 13ft 3.95m

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A320 Key data

Maximum take-off weight:

-basic -options

73 500 kg 75 500 kg 77 000 kg 78 000 kg

162 040 lb 166 450 lb 169 750 lb 171 960 lb

Maximum landing weight: Maximum zero-fuel weight: Fuel capacity: Operating weight empty (typical): Seats: Underfloor capacity: Powerplants:

-basic -option -basic -option - basic - options

64 500 kg 66 000 kg 61 000 kg 62 500 kg 24 210 litres up to 30 190 litres 42 600 kg

142 200 lb 145 500 lb 134 480 lb 137 780 lb 6 400 USG up to 7 980 USG 93 920 lb 150 180

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- typical two-class - maximum -basic - option - CFM56-5B - V2500-A5

37.41 m3 1 322 ft3 7 LD3-45(W) + 5.89 m3/208 ft3 22 000 lb to 27 000 lb slst 26 500 lb slst

Span 111ft 10in 34.10m Length 123ft 3in 37.57m Height 38ft 7in 11.76m Fuselage width 13ft 3.95m

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A321 Key data

Maximum take-off weight:

-basic -options

89 000 kg 93 000 kg 93 500 kg

196 200 lb 205 000 lb 206 130 lb

Maximum landing weight: Maximum zero-fuel weight: Fuel capacity: Operating weight empty (typical): Seats: Underfloor capacity: Powerplants:

-basic -option -basic -option - basic - options

75 500 kg 77 800 kg 71 500 kg 73 800 kg 24 050 litres up to 30 030 litres 48 500 kg

166 450 lb 171 520 lb 157 630 lb 162 700 lb 6 350 USG up to 7 930 USG 106 920 lb 185 220

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- typical two-class - maximum -basic - option - CFM56-5B - V2500-A5

51.73 m3 1 828 ft3 10 LD3-45(W) + 5.89 m3/208 ft3 30 000 lb to 33 000 lb slst 30 000 lb to 33 000 lb slst

Span 111ft 10in 34.10m Length 146ft 44.51m Height 38ft 7in 11.76m Fuselage width 13ft 3.95m

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A320 Family standard cabin layouts

Typical two-class layouts

A318: 107 seats
8F at 38in + 99Y at 32in pitch

A319: 124 seats
8F at 36in + 116Y at 32in pitch

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A320: 150 seats
12F at 36in + 138Y at 32in pitch

A321: 185 seats
16F at 36in + 169Y at 32in pitch

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A320 Family standard cabin layouts

Single-class layouts

A318: 117 seats
117Y at 32in pitch

A319: 134 seats
134Y at 32in pitch

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A320: 164 seats
164Y at 31/32in pitch

A321: 199 seats
199Y at 32in pitch

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A320 Family standard cabin layouts

Single-class, high density layouts

A318: 132 seats
132Y at 29/30in pitch

A319: 156 seats
156Y at 28/30in pitch

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A320: 180 seats
180Y at 28/29in pitch
(179Y under FAA regulations)

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A321: 220 seats
220Y at 28/29in pitch

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A320 Family lower deck
Basic bulk loading configuration

The wider cross-section of the A320 Family means that its cargo compartments offer more convenient working space and a larger loading area than any other single-aisle aircraft.

A318
101in (2.56m)

Bulk mode
Usable volume: 749ft3

132in 107in (3.35m) (2.71m)

Manual loading advantages: no investment maximum available volume no OWE impact little infrastructure needs

A319
132in (3.35m)

Bulk mode
Usable volume: 976ft3

174in (4.43m)

128in (3.24m)

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A320
191in (4.85m)

Bulk mode
Usable volume: 1 322ft3

258in (6.55m)

128in (3.24m)

A321
Bulk mode
321in (8.15m)

Can be easily loaded from a simple flat-bed truck
Usable volume: 1 828ft3
321in (8.15m) 128in (3.24m)

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A319, A320 and A321 lower deck
Cargo loading system (CLS)

Turnarounds, with a full load of cargo and baggage, can be as short as 25 minutes. The container system is fully compatible with existing ground service equipment, thus reducing extra inventory costs.

A319

Five ULDs (containers or pallets)
Usable volume: 520(+ 80) ft3 + 255ft3 bulk Optional LD3-40-45

CLS advantages: Faster turnarounds Increased revenue potential Better bad-weather operations Reduced damage to payload Reduced labour costs Improved working environment Widebody interline capacity

A320
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Seven ULDs (containers or pallets)
Usable volume: 910ft3 + 208ft3 bulk

A321

Ten ULDs (containers or pallets)
Usable volume: 1 300ft3 + 208ft3 bulk

CLS in action

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Standard containers

A320 Family container system
A320 Long range-compatible unit load devices :
LD3-45 container (one door)
79in

LD3-45W container or pallet (one or two doors)
96.5in

LD3-45 rectangular container or pallet to 45in high
61.5in

45in

110ft3

45in

130ft3

45in

90ft3

61.5in

60.4in

61.5in

60.4in

60.4in

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LD3-45
Max. gross weight Internal volume kg lb m3 ft3 1134 2500 3.1 110 container 3.6 130

LD3-45W
1134 2500 pallet 3.6 130

LD3-45 rectangular
container 2.5 90 1134 2500 pallet 2.4 84

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Additional fuel capacity

The A319, A320 and A321 can be fitted with one or two Additional Centre Tanks (ACTs) each holding around 3000 litres, providing operators with extra range. Operators can match various market requirements for more range or more cargo with a single aircraft. For example, an airline can use the cargo capacity on its network during the winter and then take advantage of the ACTs and increase range to make charter operations viable during the summer. The ACTs can be installed either in bulk and / or CLS mode.

A319 lower deck with ACTs
One additional centre tank
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ACT

Optional LD3-40-45

Four ULDs (containers or pallets): Usable volume: 390 (+80) ft3 + 255ft3 Bulk mode: Usable volume: total 810 ft3 Impact / Firewall

Two additional centre tanks
Three ULDs (containers or pallets): Usable volume: 260 (+80) ft3 + 255ft3 Bulk mode: Usable volume: total 664 ft3

ACT

Optional LD3-40-45
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Additional fuel capacity

A320 lower deck with ACTs
One additional centre tank
Six ULDs (containers or pallets): Usable volume: 780 ft3 + 208ft3 Bulk mode: Usable volume: total 1156 ft3 Impact / Firewall ACT

Two additional centre tanks
Five ULDs (containers or pallets): Usable volume: 650 ft3 + 208ft3 Bulk mode: Usable volume: total 990 ft3

ACT

A321 lower deck with ACTs
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One additional centre tank
Nine ULDs (containers or pallets): Usable volume: 1170 ft3 + 208ft3 Bulk mode: Usable volume: total 1662 ft3

ACT

Two additional centre tanks
Height ULDs (containers or pallets): Usable volume: 1040 ft3 + 208ft3 Bulk mode: Usable volume: total 1496 ft3

ACT

Impact / Firewall

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A320 Family flight deck

The advanced flight deck of the A320 Family is virtually identical to that of the A330 and A340 Families and has a very high commonality with the one of the A350 XWB and A380 Families. An optimised layout of six LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screens ensures that the two-person crew can easily assimilate all relevant data EFIS displays, for flight information ECAM displays, for systems, engine and warnings information All six LCDs are interchangeable, functionally and by part number. The absence of heavy, bulky control columns between the pilots and their instruments, ensures an unimpeded view.
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Two Multipurpose Control and Display Units (MCDU) on the pedestal, in addition to accessing the Flight Management System (FMS), are used to give systems maintenance data, in the air and on the ground, upon request. The system is coupled to a printer and can also be coupled to an optional Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) link.

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Main instrument panel

Real time flight and systems data are displayed to the pilots on six LCDs. Flight information is provided by the Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) comprising: Primary Flight Display (PFD) Navigation Display (ND) in front of each pilot. Systems information is provided by the Electronic Centralised Aircraft Monitor (ECAM) comprising: Engine instrumentation and warnings on the upper screen Aircraft systems on the lower screen. The EFIS-ECAM six-LCD design brings: Lower spares investment Higher dispatch reliability and enhanced safety Lower crew workload. Features Integrated Stand-by Instrumentation System (ISIS) on one additional LCD screen.

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Main instrument panel

EFIS Flight information ISIS PFD ND

ECAM Systems information Systems Engine / Warning Display Display

MCDU Flight management Fault display FMS CFDS

EFIS Flight information ND PFD

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Retractable tables Retractable foot rests

Design features : Sidestick controllers Only 12 main-panel instruments LCDs identical and interchangeable Automatic display reconfiguration in event of CRT failure Excellent ergonomics ease interface between pilot and machine
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Primary Flight Display

The Primary Flight Displays provide clear and accurate information on a range of parameters including air speed, altitude, attitude and guidance information and heading of the aircraft.

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Navigation Display

The Navigation Displays are located inboard of each Primary Flight Display and provide the pilots with data on the aircraft’s position and course. The ND has three selectable modes: Arc mode: Heading up, horizon limited to a 90° forward sector, with weather radar available Rose mode: (ILS, VOR, or NAV): Heading up, aircraft symbol in screen centre, with weather radar available Plan mode: Display is centred on the selected waypoint, north up.

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Electronic Centralised Aircraft Monitor (ECAM)

Systems information is presented by the ECAM on two screens on the centre console. Sensors throughout the aircraft continuously monitor the systems and, if a parameter moves out of the normal range, automatically warn the pilot. The ECAM system is unique to Airbus aircraft.

Upper display

Lower display

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Engine / warning display Primary engine parameters operational status N1 limit mode, fuel quantity, flap/slat settings Memo and warning information

System display Flight phase related systems data System pages selectable on demand Automatic display of a system page in the event of a malfunction
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Centralised Fault Display System (CFDS)
The Centralised Fault Display Interface Unit (CFDIU), can be interrogated from the cockpit through the Multi purpose Control and Display Unit (MCDU) and the information provided on the on-board printer
Printer

The MCDU is the interactive interface between the maintenance crew and the systems

CFDS functions and advantages: Identification of failed components Display / print-out of data Real-time reporting of data to ground facilities Unjustified removal of components minimised Improved troubleshooting Quicker turnarounds Simple to use First-time fault-finding

System computers

CFDIU

ACARS

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The computers in each system have Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) which send the results of their tests to an interface unit, the CFDIU

The CFDIU can also be interrogated from a ground station and the information transmitted via Aircraft Communication and Reporting System (ACARS)

The A320 demonstrates class leading reliability and has the lowest maintenance costs in its class
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AIRMAN

The CFDS is complemented by AIRMAN (AIRcraft Maintenance ANalysis): A ground-based software tool dedicated to the identification and the management of unscheduled maintenance It allows fast, efficient and simple trouble-shooting reducing costs
Aircraft: downloaded real-time fault data

Maintenance fault message

CFDS is connected with the ACARS system Central Fault Display System

ACARS

Information can be transmitted to the ground in real time

Post Flight Report
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Fault analysis and parts logistics done before the aircraft lands
Operator logbook entries

Integrated electronic documentation: AIRMAN provides direct Access to Airn@v (AMM, TSM, IPC, MEL…) through hyperlinks.

Airline network

AIRMAN is the definitive tool for fast, efficient trouble-shooting
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Maintenance optimisation

The A320 Maintenance check intervals have been escalated several times since entry into service. This is proof of the low-level of non-routine findings in A320 maintenance. A more flexible maintenance program (non “letter check”) is available to all operators since Jan 2005.

Usage parameters (days or months/ Flight hours/Flight cycles) are now used in order to optimise
the resulting intervals for each Operator’ utilisation. The tasks of former A and C checks are split between 3 different sub-groups which have their interval expressed in the corresponding usage parameter (calendar / hourly / cyclic). Each Operator is therefore able to optimise the Checks intervals depending on their own aircraft utilisation.
Entry into service Daily Weekly
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Until Dec 2004 36 hours 8 cal. Days 500 FH 15 mths 5/10 years 24 000 FC

Current position 36 hours 8 cal. Days 600FH/750FC/100 days 20 mths/4500FC/6000FH 6/12 years 24 000 FC

36 hours 8 cal. days 350 FH 15 mths 4/8 years 20 000 FC

A check C check Zonal/Structure Fatigue threshold Landing gear overhaul

10 years / 20 000 FC
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Fly-by-wire flight controls

Airbus was the pioneer in electrical flight control systems on commercial aircraft. The advantages of this method of control are such that it is a feature of all current major passenger aircraft - except the 737 NG.

Basic architecture of Fly-by-wire
(2)

A320 Family fly-by-wire advantages: Incorporates flight envelope protection Reduces costs Reduces pilot workload Improves aircraft performance

Elevator and Aileron Computers (ELAC) (1)

Ele vato rs
Aile ron s

(2)
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Flight Augmentation Computers (FAC) (1)

er dd Ru

(3) (2)

rs ile po S s tor va Ele

Stabiliser trim

(1)

Spoiler and Elevator Computers (SEC)

Rudder pedals
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Fly-by-wire flight controls

Safety concepts: High level of redundancy Use of dissimilar redundancy (different computer types, different micro-processor types, different vendors) Each computer divided into two physically separate units Segregated power supply sources Maximum physical segregation in signalling lanes

Flight controls - Schematic

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Seven computers: 2 ELAC (Elevator and Aileron Computer) 2 FAC (Flight Augmentation Computer) 3 SEC (Spoiler and Elevator Computer) Three hydraulic systems, Blue, Green and Yellow are used to control the flight control surfaces
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Wing movable surfaces

The A320 Family wing features state-of-the-art leading and trailing edge devices :
Slat 1

Inner and outer flaps, of composite material
Removable without requiring access to integral fuel tank Deployment up to 40 degrees
Slat 2

Full span slats in five sections, of aluminum alloy material
Deployment up to 27 degrees
Slat 4

Slat 3 Air Brake

Five composite air brakes for roll control and braking
Slat 5
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1 2 3 4 5 Inner Flap Outer Flap Flap Track 3 Aileron Flap Track 4 Flap Track 2

Electrically signaled aileron, of composite material Removable wing tip Advanced drag-reducing wingtip devices are standard

A318/A319/A320 wing shown
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Competitive choice of engines on A320 Family

The A320 was designed from the beginning to have the most advanced high by-pass-ratio fan engines, from two manufacturers, CFM International or International Aero Engines. Now, Pratt & Whitney have joined the family with the PW6000A for the A318. The uncompromised design of the engine installation combined with the advanced aerodynamic design of the wings means that the A320 Family uses less fuel per seat than its nearest competitors, conserving fuel and at the same time generating less pollution.

Engine characteristics
Aircraft applications Nominal thrust range-lbt
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PW6000A A318 22100/23800 56.5 1.4.5.C.1.3 Mixed flow Clamshell Hydraulic Fan mounted FADEC

CFM56-5B A318/A319/A320/A321 21600/33000 68.3 1.4.9.C.1.4 Separate flow Pivoting door Hydraulic Fan mounted FADEC

V2500-A5 A319/A320/A321 22000/33000 63.5 1.4.10.C.2.5 Mixed flow Cascades Hydraulic Fan mounted FADEC
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Fan diameter-in Configuration Nacelle Thrust reverser Reverser actuation Gearbox Controls

Advanced engine control

Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) functions: Full engine fuel control Thrust setting computation Engine limit protection Automatic start sequencing / monitoring Thrust reverser control / feedback Flight deck indications Engine health monitoring

FADEC advantages: Substitution of hydromechanical control system reduced weight and fuel burn Increased automation

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reduced pilot workload Optimised engine control reduced maintenance cost

FADEC lowers costs and increases engine life
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A320 Family APU

The Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) provides: Electrical power on ground and in flight Bleed air to the pneumatic system for engine start and / or cabin control Free park-group ground operations capability In flight relight capability

The A320 Family provides competition for the APU. Three APUs are available: Honeywell GTCP36-300A (standard) APIC APS 3200 (standard option) Honeywell GTCP131-9A (standard option).

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Commonality and interchangeability A321 APU standard can be used without conversion on A320, A319 or A318 and vice versa. APIC and Honeywell APUs, including their ECBs, are interchangeable on A318/A319/A320/A321. APU change does not require modification of any other system (Drop-In interchangeability). Total modification is contained within the APU/ECB system. The Honeywell APU 131-9A is Drop-In equipment for the A318/A319/A320/A321 with no change to the aircraft structure.
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A318 range capability

CFMI engines
JAR3% flight profile

20

200nm alternate

MTOW 59.0t / 130050lb

40

15

107 passengers + 5.1 t (11200lb) cargo

10
107 passengers + baggage

1400 nm

3100 nm
20

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Payload (1000 lb)

MTOW 68.0t / 149900lb Payload (t)

30

A318 range capability

PW engines
JAR3% flight profile

20

200nm alternate

MTOW 59.0t / 130050lb
107 passengers + 5.3 t (11600lb) cargo

40

15
Payload (1000 lb) MTOW 68.0t / 149900lb Payload (t)

30

10
107 passengers + baggage

1350 nm

3000 nm
20

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A319 range capability

CFMI engines
JAR3% flight profile

20
124 passengers + 5.4 t (11800lb) cargo

200nm alternate

MTOW 64.0t / 141100lb MTOW 75.5t / 166500lb

40

15

30
Payload (t)

1800 nm
10
124 passengers + baggage

3600 nm
20

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Payload (1000 lb)

A319 range capability

IAE engines
JAR3% flight profile

20
124 passengers + 5.3 t (11600lb) cargo

200nm alternate

MTOW 64.0t / 141100lb MTOW 75.5t / 166500lb

40

15

30
Payload (t)

1800 nm
10
124 passengers + baggage

3600 nm
20

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Payload (1000 lb)

A320 range capability

CFMI engines
JAR3% flight profile

25

200nm alternate

20

150 passengers + 6.3 t (13800lb) cargo

MTOW 73.5t / 162050lb MTOW 78t / 171950lb

50

40
Payload (1000 lb)

Payload (t)

15
150 passengers + baggage

3200 nm 2600 nm 2900 nm

30

10

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A320 range capability

IAE engines
JAR3% flight profile 200nm alternate

25
MTOW 73.5t / 162050lb MTOW 78t / 171950lb Payload (t)

50

20

150 passengers + 6.2 t (13600lb) cargo

40
Payload (1000 lb)

15
150 passengers + baggage

3200 nm 2600 nm 2900 nm

30

10

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A321 range capability

CFMI engines
JAR3% flight profile

30
185 passengers + 8.5 t (18700lb) cargo

200nm alternate

MTOW 89t / 196200lb MTOW 93.5t / 206100lb

60

25 50
Payload (1000 lb)

20
Payload (t)

2400 nm
15
185 passengers + baggage

3000 nm

40

2700 nm
10

30

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A321 range capability

IAE engines
JAR3% flight profile

30
185 passengers + 8.4 t (18500lb) cargo

200nm alternate

MTOW 89t / 196200lb MTOW 93.5t / 206100lb

60

25 50
Payload (1000 lb)

20
Payload (t)

2400 nm
15
185 passengers + baggage

3000 nm

40

2700 nm
10

30

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A318 Take-off performance

Sea level, ISA+15°C
3,000 CFM56-5B8/3 CFM56-5B9/3 PW6122 PW6124

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

8,500

2,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000

6,500

1,750 5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

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750 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500
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Distance (nm)

Take-off distance (ft)

7,500

A318 Take-off performance

2000ft, ISA+20°C
3,000 CFM56-5B8/3 CFM56-5B9/3 PW6122 PW6124

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

8,500

2,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000

6,500

1,750 5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

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Distance (nm)

Take-off distance (ft)

7,500

A319 Take-off performance

Sea level, ISA+15°C
3,000

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

2,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000 1,750

6,500

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5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

1,000

750 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500
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Distance (nm)

Take-off distance (ft)

CFM56-5B5/3 CFM56-5B6/3 CFM56-5B7/3 V2522-A5 V2524-A5 V2527M-A5

8,500

7,500

A319 Take-off performance

2000ft, ISA+20°C
3,000

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

2,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000

6,500

1,750 5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

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1,000

750 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500
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Distance (nm)

Take-off distance (ft)

CFM56-5B5/3 CFM56-5B6/3 CFM56-5B7/3 V2522-A5 V2524-A5 V2527M-A5

8,500

7,500

A320 Take-off performance

Sea level, ISA+15°C
3,000 CFM56-5B4/3 V2527-A5 2,500

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

8,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000

6,500

1,750 5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

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Take-off distance (ft)

7,500

A320 Take-off performance

2000ft, ISA+20°C
3,000 CFM56-5B4/3 V2527-A5 2,500

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

8,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000

6,500

1,750 5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

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Take-off distance (ft)

7,500

A321 Take-off performance

Sea level, ISA+15°C
3,000

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

2,500

CFM56-5B1/3 CFM56-5B3/3 V2530-A5 V2533-A5

8,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000

6,500

1,750 5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

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Take-off distance (ft)

7,500

A321 Take-off performance

2000ft, ISA+20°C
3,000 CFM56-5B1/3 CFM56-5B3/3 V2530-A5 V2533-A5

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
9,500

2,750

8,500

2,500

Take-off distance (m)

2,250

2,000

6,500

1,750 5,500 1,500 4,500 1,250 3,500

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Take-off distance (ft)

7,500

A318 Landing performance

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
2000 6,500

1750

CFM56-5B PW6000A
5,500

Landing distance (m)

1500 4,500

Typical landing weight
1250

MLW

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Sea level
1000

3,500

750 50 52 54 56 58
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Landing distance (ft)

A319 Landing performance

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
2000 6,500

1750

CFM56-5B V2500-A5
5,500

Landing distance (m)

1500

MLW Typical landing weight 2000 ft
1250 4,500

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Landing weight (t)

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Landing distance (ft)

A320 Landing performance

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
2000 6,500

1750

CFM56-5B V2500-A5
MLW
5,500

Landing distance (m)

1500

Typical landing weight
4,500

2000 ft
1250

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Landing distance (ft)

A321 Landing performance

JAR3% flight profile Typ. 2-class pass. payload 200nm alternate
2000 6500

1750

CFM56-5B V2500-A5
Typical landing weight

MLW
5500

Landing distance (m)

1500

2000 ft

Sea level
1250

4500

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Landing distance (ft)

Assumptions

Performance assumptions (“typical airline” rules)
Weight standards: OWEs are to “typical airline” assumptions including an allowance for cabin changes and option selection. Cabin layouts are as shown in the cabin section. En-route profile includes engine start and taxi-out, take-off, climb, cruise, descent, approach, landing and taxi-in. Sector distance comprises the climb, cruise and descent phases. Passenger + baggage weights are 90.7kg / 200lb. Volumetric payloads assume an average baggage volume of 3.0ft3 per passenger, a bulk and ULD loadability of 85% and cargo with an average density of 10ft3.

Flight profile:

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