The Airbus A319 is one of the more diminutive members of the thriving A320 family, which includes the models A318 through A321. Its fuselage – which isn‘t quite 34 meters long – is 3.8 meters shorter than the fuselage of its big brother, the basic A320 model. But otherwise, there‘s not much of a difference between them. A pilot trained to fly an A319 can easily fly any other member of the family, too. Maintenance procedures can be carried out more easily – and less expensively – because the planes are all so similar. And passengers appreciate the surprisingly spacious feel of the jet‘s interior.
|Cruising Speed||840 km/h|
|Max. altitude||12,100 m|
|Max. takeoff weight||68,000 kg|
|Max. landing weight||61,000 kg|
|Cabin width||3.7 m|
* with max. number of bookings
** Configuration may vary