Airbus ACJ318Go back
The A318 is the smallest of the A320 family with a reduced cabin length.
The concept was announced at the Farnborough Airshow in 1998 with Pratt & Whitney PW6124 engines selected.
The first flight was in January 2002. Seven months later a version with CFM56-5B9/P engines was flown. The Elite version was launched in 2005 and was renamed the ACJ318 at EBACE 2011.
|Variable cost hr||$6,573|
|Baggage vol. int.||395 cu ft|
|Seats - executive||19|
|Range - seats full||2,048nm|
|Max. cruise speed||542kts|