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Airbus A319

The A319 provides a new standard of service to markets where only the smallest jets have operated.
Flexibility and comfort - As a shortened-fuselage version of Airbus’ A320 cornerstone single-aisle jetliner, the A319 continues to prove its versatility – enabling carriers around the world to benefit from the aircraft’s range options and seat layout flexibility.

In addition to the standard 124-seat configuration with a range of up to 3,740 nautical miles, Airbus offers an option with a seating capacity of up to 156 passengers – a version that is being ordered by an increasing number of low-cost airlines.
The A319 has the same optimised cabin cross-section as the other A320 Family members – which is the widest single-aisle fuselage on the market and sets the standards for passenger cabin adaptability in this segment.  This allows for top-of-the-range comfort with generous seat width, or an extra-wide aisle for fast turnarounds.
Cabin excellence -A new cabin interior introduced by Airbus for the A320 Family ensures the A319 meets the needs of airline travellers today and tomorrow, bringing passenger comfort to a new level for its category.  It provides a fresh new look, significant increase in overhead stowage, a noticeable reduction in noise, and options for ambience lighting – all with lower weight.

Facilitating the A319’s onboard operational effectiveness is its digital cabin management system, which controls cabin-related tasks ranging from interior lighting, pre-recorded messages and emergency evacuation signalling to potable water management.  It also can perform the checkout of all service units from a single point.

Below the main deck, an unmatched cargo capability results from the A320 Family’s wider fuselage – enhanced by its containerised cargo loading system that is unique in its aircraft category and is compatible with the airline industry’s freight system for widebody jetliners.
Precision and commonality - Advanced navigation technology developed for the A320 Family is available on the A319.  The use of RNP-AR (Required Navigation Precision – Authorisation Required) procedures combined with RTA (Required Time of Arrival) operations eliminates the need for holds during a flight, and enables a continuous descent approach.  The net benefits are lower noise and reduced fuel burn, as less engine thrust is required.
The A319 shares the same fly-by-wire flight controls and state-of-the-art cockpit as the other A320 Family members, profiting from the unique benefits of Airbus operational commonality.  All of these aircraft – the A318, A319, A320 and A321 – share the same pilot type rating.  With only minimal additional training, A320 Family-rated pilots can quickly transition to Airbus’ widebody jetliners.

Performance improvements - Airbus invests more than 100 million euros annually in A320 Family improvements that result in enhanced payload and range capabilities, better performance, easier maintenance and more efficient operations.  A significant enhancement was the 2012 introduction of large wingtip devices called “Sharklets” – which provide up to four per cent reduction in fuel costs.
In addition, Airbus’ A319 will be even more fuel-efficient and eco-friendly with the A320neo new engine option now being offered to customers. This option is to deliver significant fuel savings of up to 15 per cent, along with double-digit reductions in CO2 and NOx emissions, additional range and lower operating costs.

Two 98 to 104.5kN (22,000 to 23,500lb) class CFM International CFM56-5As turbofans or International Aero Engines IAE V2500-A5s.
Speeds similar to A320. Range at 64 tonne (141,095lb) takeoff weight 3391km (1831nm), range at 75,500kg (166,450lb) takeoff weight 6845km (3697nm).
Operating empty 39,884kg (87,930lb), standard max takeoff 64,000kg (141,094lb) or optionally 75,500kg (166,450lb).
Wing span 33.91m (111ft 3in), length 33.84m (111ft 0in), height 11.80m (38ft 8.5in). Wing area 122.4m2 (1317.5sq ft).
Seating for 124 passengers in a typical two class configuration (eight premium class and 116 economy class). High density single class layout can seat 142 passengers.
At late 2002 total orders for the A319 stood at approx 742 with 484 delivered.

Medium range airliner

The A319 is one of the smaller members of Airbus' highly successful single aisle airliner family currently in service, and competes with Boeing's 737-300 and 737-700.
The A319 program was launched at the Paris Airshow in June 1993 on the basis of just six orders placed by ILFC late in 1992 and the predicted better prospects of the commercial airliner market, which were certainly realised. The first A319 airline order came from French carrier Air Inter (since merged into Air France), whose order for six was announced in February 1994. Since then Swissair, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Northwest, United, US Airways and British Airways are among the major customers that have ordered more than 500 A319s (all also operate or have on order A320s).
The A319 flew for the first time on August 25 1995 from Hamburg in Germany. European JAA certification and service entry, with Swissair, took place in April 1996.
The A319 is a minimum change, shortened derivative of the highly successful A320. The major difference between the A320 and A319 is that the latter is shorter by seven fuselage frames, while in almost all other respects the A319 and A320 are identical.
Like the A321, A330 and A340, the A319 features Airbus' common two crew glass cockpit with sidestick controllers first introduced on the A320. There are significant crew training cost benefits and operational savings from this arrangement as the A319, A320 and A321 can all be flown by pilots with the same type rating, meaning that the same flightcrew pool can fly any of the three types. Further, the identical cockpit means reduced training times for crews converting to the larger A330 and A340. The A319 is said to have the longest range in this category of airliner.
Like the A321, A319 final assembly takes place in Hamburg with DaimlerChrysler Aerospace Airbus. Final assembly of all other Airbus airliners, including the A320, takes place at Toulouse.
The A319 forms the basis for the new baby of the Airbus family, the A318 100 seater (described separately), and the Airbus A319 Corporate Jetliner (also described separately).

Dimensions & key data
The A319 has brought a new standard of service and possibilities to markets where previously only the smallest jets have operated and offers trans-Atlantic and transcontinental capability.

Key figures
  Range 6 850 km with Sharklets
Typical seating x 124 (2-class)
  Max payload 13.2 tonnes
A319 Wing span Wing span 34.10 m
A319 Overall length Overall length 33.84 m
A319 Height Height 11.76 m


Overall length 33.84 m
Cabin length 23.78 m
Fuselage width 3.95 m
Max cabin width 3.70 m
Wing span (geometric) 34.10 m
Height 11.76 m
Track 7.59 m
Wheelbase 11.04 m


The new Sharklet wing tip devices for A320 Family jetliners – of which the A319 is a member – are part of a long-term enhancement programme to ensure Airbus’ single-aisle aircraft product line remains highly competitive, efficient and airport-friendly for years to come.  
Offered as optional equipment on new production A320-series aircraft, Sharklets provide aerodynamic improvements that result in multiple benefits for operators – including lower fuel burn, reduced emissions, increased range and payload, better take-off performance and rate-of-climb, higher optimum altitude and reduced engine maintenance costs.


Typical seating 124 (2-class)
Max 156
LD3 capacity underfloor 4 LD3-45W + 1 LD3/40-45W
Max pallet number underfloor 4
Bulk hold volume 27 m³
Total volume 17.0/24.2 m³ (LD3/LD3+bulk)


Range 6 850 km with Sharklets
Mmo M0.82
Max ramp weight 64.4 (75.9) tonnes
Max take-off weight 64.0 (75.5) tonnes
Max landing weight 61 (62.5) tonnes
Max zero fuel weight 57.0 (58.5) tonnes
Max fuel capacity up to 24 210 (30 190) litres


CFM56-5B x2 CFM56-5B
V2500-A5 x2 V2500-A5
Thrust range 98 (120) kN

Cabin layout & comfort

High on comfort

The A319 provides new standards of comfort and performance to markets where only the smallest jets have operated. A member of Airbus’ A320 Family of jetliners, the A319 offers a variety of seating configurations, from a two-class layout with 124 seats to an optional high-density version that accommodates 134 passengers.
In its cabin, seat pitch can be adapted in units of one inch. Galleys and lavatories can be located in different numbers, groupings and locations; while in-flight entertainment can be incorporated in the seats or screens mounted on partitions below the overhead stowage areas.

A320 Family seating configuration - premium

A320 Family seating configuration - premium

A320 Family seating configuration - economy class

A320 Family seating configuration - economy class
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