Airbus A319-130

The A319-130 is a mid-range passenger aircraft developed by the Airbus Western European consortium. It is a variant of the A139 aircraft with V2500 family engines developed by the international consortium International Aero Engines (IAE). Flight tests of the aircraft began in May 1996.

In June 1997, the Airbus Industry consortium first reported data on the administrative variant A319CJ (Corporate Jet), designed to carry 10-50 passengers on routes with a length of 11,700 km (for example, Paris – Singapore or Paris – Tokyo). The aircraft cabin will be equipped with a conference room, sleeping places, a shower cabin, and a small gymnastics compartment. The aircraft is equipped with the EFIS digital avionics system, similar in composition to the Airbus Industry A320. It has been mass-produced since 1996.

Specifications

  • Modification: a319-130
  • Wingspan, m: 34.09
  • Aircraft Length, m: 33.84
  • The height of the aircraft, m: 11.76
  • Wing Area, m2: 122.40
  • Weight, kg: empty loaded aircraft: 4010; maximum take-off: 68,000
  • Engine type: 2 turbofan engines IAE V2522-A5 (V2524-A5)
  • Draft, kg/s: 2 x 9990 (10670)
  • Maximum speed, km / h: 940
  • Cruising speed, km / h: 900
  • Practical range, km: 6852
  • Practical ceiling, m: 11275
  • Crew: 2
  • Payload: 124-129 passengers in the cabin of two classes or 134 passengers in the economy class or 148 maximum or 16800 kg of cargo
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