Airbus A320-200

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Airbus A320-200
Alaska N851VA.JPG
First Flight: June 27, 1988[1]
Assembled in: Toulouse, France; Hamburg, Germany
Number built: 3867[2]
Category: Short-Medium Haul Single-Aisle
Manufactured by: Airbus Industrie

The Airbus A320-200 is a narrowbody short/medium-haul airliner developed by Airbus in the late 1980's, one of two variants of the A320.

Having sold over 3800 aircraft and continuing, the A320-200 is the most developed airliner in Airbus history.

The A320-100 model preceded the -200. This model is being replaced by the Airbus A320neo.

Specifications

  • Length: 37.57m
  • Wingspan: 34.1m/35.8m (sharklets)
  • Height: 11.76m
  • Range with max payload: 5,700km/6,100km (sharklets)[3]

Engines

Commercial Operators

Africa

Central Africa

East Africa

North Africa

South Africa

Western Africa

Americas

Interjet A320-200.
Air Canada A320-200.
Delta Air Lines A320-200.
United Airlines A320-200.

Caribbean

Central America

North America

South America

Asia

Cathay Dragon A320-200.
Dragonair A320-200.
Peach A320-200.

Central Asia

Eastern Asia

Southern Asia

Southeast Asia

Scoot A320-200.

Western Asia

Europe

Eastern Europe

Northern Europe

Southern Europe

Western Europe

Oceania

Australia and New Zealand

Melanesia

Cargo Operators

Private Operators

Prototypes/Demonstrators

Registration Thumbnail Model Year Engine Notes
F-HGNT A320-212 1991 CFM56-5A3
  • Electric taxiing demonstrator.

References