A shortened fuselage version of the A320 with 124 seats in the standard two-class cabin configuration and a range of up to 6500km with this payload. Maiden flight of the A319 was in August 1995, and this aircraft has been in airline service since the first half of 1996.
| ENGINE||2 x CFM56-5A/B, 98-120kN|
| Take-off weight||64000-75500 kg||141097 - 166450 lb|
| Empty weight||40300 kg||88847 lb|
| Payload||17900kg||39463 lb|
| Wingspan||34.1 m||112 ft 11 in|
| Length||33.8 m||111 ft 11 in|
| Height||11.8 m||39 ft 9 in|
| Wing area||123 m2||1323.96 sq ft|
| Max. speed||0.82M||0.82M |
| Cruise speed||0.72M||0.72M |
| Range w/max payload||3000 km||1864 miles|
|Matthew smart, 14.06.2012 15:19|
This appears to be incorrect, from my aviation knowledge of 6 months it is safe to say it is a boeing 757!!
|Jake Fairburn, 14.06.2012 15:18|
I think u will find that Barry knows all GOOO BARRY!!!!
|Barry, 03.12.2010 18:21|
I think you will find the lower photograph is an Airbus A318.
|matt, e-mail, 28.03.2010 16:30|
Do u know the stall speed or maximum coefficient of lift Airbus A319??
|Mark Yeo, e-mail, 21.04.2008 11:55|
I am the safety executive for Singapore airline and would like to know the height from the wingtip to the ground for A319, A320, A340, A380 as we are purchasing some ground equipment to service the aircraft. Pls assist. Tks.
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