Airbus A319CJ Corporate Jetliner

The A319CJ Corporate Jetliner is a long-range extended-range passenger airplane developed by the West European Airbus consortium based on the mid-range passenger Airbus A319. The aircraft was built as a European alternative to the Boeing Business Jet, Bombardier Global Express and Gulfstream V.

The aircraft was first presented in 1997 at the Paris Aviation Exhibition. The first built self-propelled was pumped out of the hangar of a plant in Hamburg in October 1998. The certification of the aircraft was planned to be completed by the end of 1999. At the same time, it was planned to begin mass production of aircraft.

By the end of 1998, several aircraft were ordered, including for an individual from Kuwait, 2 aircraft for the Italian Air Force and Taiwan’s Eva Air. Unlike the Boeing Business Jet, the Airbus A319CJ was created with minimal structural changes in the design of the aircraft, which allows Airbus to more flexibly approach customer orders. The cost of the aircraft with standard equipment is $ 35 million.

Specifications

  • Modification: A319CJ
  • Wingspan, m: 33.91
  • Length of the aircraft, m: 33.80
  • The height of the aircraft, m: 11.76
  • Wing Area, m2: 122.40
  • Weight kg: empty loaded aircraft 40,000; maximum take-off 67600
  • Engine type: 2 turbofan engines CFM International CFM56-5B6 (IAE V2524-A5)
  • Thrust, kg/s: 2 x 10670
  • Maximum speed, km / h: 925
  • Cruising speed, km / h: 895
  • Practical range, km: 11,650
  • Practical ceiling, m: 12500
  • Crew: 2
  • The payload of 6 VIP passengers or 10-39 passengers in a normal configuration cabin
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