Airbus A319Go back
Launched in June of 1993, the A319 is a shortened version of the A320, typically seating 124 passengers (as opposed to the A320’s 150). However, it retains the same wingspan affording it a greater range than its larger counterpart and allowing it to compete directly with the Boeing 737-700. Since initial delivery to (now defunct) Swissair in 1996, more than 1,400 airframes have been delivered.
Primary operators of the A319 include American Airlines, United and Delta Air Lines.
|Fuselage Length (m)||33.8|
|Tail Height (m)||11.8|
|Max Take Off Weight (lb)||166,400|
|Max Range (nm)||3,700 nm|
|Max Operation Mach No||0.82|
|Engine Models||GE CFM56-5B, V2500-A5|
|Primary Operators||American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines|