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Description: The Airbus A320 is a single-aisle, twin-engine, narrow-body, short- to medium-range aircraft family with a seating capacity for 100-220 passengers. The aircraft family includes the Airbus A318, A319, A320 and A321 featuring high degree of commonality of all models and low operating costs. Wider seats and aisle are meant to provide higher comfort to A320 passengers.
The fuselage body layout of the A320 family of aircraft allows a greater cargo capacity with A319, A320 and A321 fitted out with a containerized automatic cargo loading system to ease cargo handling operations. The cargo handling system of A320 aircraft is fully compatible with the worldwide standard widebody system installed in larger aircraft. Moreover, the A320 family offers low fuel burn and noise emissions characteristics.
The A320 family of aircraft was launched in 1984 and the first A320 jetliner entered service in 1988. It can be powered by either CFM International CFM56-5A (A319 and A320), -5B (A318, A319, A320 and A321) or IAE V2500 engines. In addition, The Pratt & Whitney PW6000 turbofan will power the Airbus A318 jetliner from 2005.
The Airbus A321neo (new engine option) is the largest member of the A320neo next generation narrow body aircraft family powered by fuel efficient engines offering up to 15 percent reduction in fuel consumption compared with previous A320 aircraft family. Airbus announced the A320neo program on December 1, 2010, with a target date for the first aircraft delivery in Spring 2016. The powerplant options include the Pratt & Whitney's PurePower PW1100G engine and the CFM International's LEAP-X engine. The A321neo also incorporates fuel-saving large wing tip devices called Sharklets. Besides saving 3,600 tons of CO2 annually per aircraft, the A321neo will deliver double-digit reduction in NOx emissions, reduced engine noise, lower operating costs and up to 500nm (950 km) more range or two tons more payload.
On March 8, 2011, Airbus and ILFC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for 25 A321neo jetliners becoming thus the launch operator for the A321neo aircraft.
Airbus A320 Orders
Airbus A320 items 1996-2014 View full report
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Airbus A321neo Specifications
Number of Engines: 2
Max Takeoff Thrust: 70,000 pound
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Airbus A321neo News
There are 46 news between
8 Mar 2011 and 31 Jul 2014
Thursday, July 31, 2014All Nippon Airways Finalizes Order for 23 Airbus A321neo and 7 A320neo JetlinersThursday, July 17, 2014Hong Kong Aviation Capital Orders 40 Airbus A320neos and 30 A321neosTuesday, July 15, 2014Philippine Airlines to Power A321neos with PW1135G-JM EnginesAirbus A320neo Surpasses 3,000 Firm OrdersMonday, July 14, 2014IAG Places Order for 20 Airbus A320neo and A321neo AirlinersAir Lease Corporation Signs for 25 Airbus A330-900neo and 60 A321neo AirlinersSunday, June 1, 2014Air New Zealand Places Order for 10 Airbus A320neos, 3 A321neos and one A320ceoTuesday, May 20, 2014Pratt & Whitney Unveils PW1135G-JM Higher Thrust PurePower EngineMonday, April 7, 2014Lufthansa Selects LEAP-1A Engine to Power 40 A320neosLufthansa Selects Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM Engine to Power 30 A320neos
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