Airbus A318

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At approximately 6 meters shorter and 3 tonnes lighter than the A320, the A318 is the smallest single-aisle aircraft manufactured by Airbus. Its maiden commercial flight took place with Frontier Airlines in 2003. Whilst primarily designed for short- to medium-haul sectors, the aircraft has sufficient range to fly select long-haul routes, most notably London City to New York Kennedy (British Airways).

Primary operators of the A318 include Air France, Avianca, and TAROM.

Fuselage Length (m) 31.4
Tail Height (m) 12.6
Wingspan (m) 34.1
Max Take Off Weight (lb) 149,900
Max Range (nm) 3,100 NM
Max Operation Mach No 0.82
Max Configuration 132
Typical Configuration 107
Engines 2
Engine Models GE CFM56-5B, PW 6000A
Primary Operators Air France, Avianca, TAROM