Airbus A319-100

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Airbus A319-100
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First Flight: August 25, 1995[1]
Assembled in: Toulouse, France; Hamburg, Germany
Number built: 1,424 (November 2014)[2]
Category: Short-Medium Haul Single-Aisle
Manufactured by: Airbus Industries

The Airbus A319-100, also known as the Airbus A319ceo (current engine option) is a narrowbody short/medium-haul airliner developed by Airbus in 1993's, based off of the best-selling A320, but shorter. Major operators of the A319 include EasyJet, US Airways, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines.

The A319 consists solely of the A319-100 variant, however, Airbus offers a business jet variant called the A319CJ.

This series of aircraft is being replaced with the A319neo.

Specifications

  • Length: 33.84m
  • Wingspan: 35.8m
  • Height: 11.76m
  • Range with max payload: 6,850km[3]

Engines

Operators

Africa

East Africa

North Africa

South Africa

West Africa

Americas

Caribbean

Central America

North America

South America

Asia

Central Asia

East Asia

South Asia

Southeast Asia

West Asia

Europe

Eastern Europe

Northern Europe

Southern Europe

Western Europe

Oceania

Australia and New Zealand

Melanesia

Micronesia

Polynesia

Prototypes/Demonstrators

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes
F-WWDB A319-114 1995 CFM56-5A5
F-WWAS A319-114 1995 CFM56-5A5
F-WWTA A319-112 1996 CFM56-5B6/2P

References