Airbus A319

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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
Wingspan (m) 35.8
Max Take Off Weight (lb) 166,400
Max Range (nm) 3,700 nm
Max Operation Mach No 0.82
Max Configuration 156
Typical Configuration 124
Engines 2
Engine Models GE CFM56-5B, V2500-A5
Primary Operators American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines