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Key figures

  Range 3 700 nm with Sharklets 6 850 km with Sharklets
Typical seating x 150 (2-class)
  Max payload 36 lb x 1 000 16.6 tonnes
A320neo Wing span Wing span 117 ft 5 in with Sharklets 35.80 m with Sharklets
A320neo Overall length Overall length 123 ft 3 in 37.57 m
A320neo Height Height 38 ft 7 in 11.76 m


Overall length 123 ft 3 in 37.57 m
Cabin length 90 ft 3 in 27.51 m
Fuselage width 13 ft 0 in 3.95 m
Max cabin width 12 ft 1 in 3.70 m
Wing span (geometric) 117 ft 5 in with Sharklets 35.80 m with Sharklets
Height 38 ft 7 in 11.76 m
Track 24 ft 11 in 7.59 m
Wheelbase 41 ft 5 in 12.64 m

Focus on commonality

Due to its 95 per cent airframe commonality with the A320ceo (current engine option) version, Airbus’ A320neo jetliner fits seamlessly into existing A320 Family fleets worldwide – which is a key factor for the company’s customers and operators. 

The A320neo provides minimum change with maximum benefit for the A320 through incorporation of two new engine choices – Pratt & Whitney’s PurePower PW1100G-JM geared turbofan and CFM International’s LEAP-1A – along with Sharklet™ wingtip devices.


Typical seating 150 (2-class)
Max 180
LD3 capacity underfloor 7 LD3-45W 7 LD3-45W
Max pallet number underfloor 7 7
Bulk hold volume 208 ft³ 5.90 m³
Total volume (Bulk loading) 1322 ft³ 37.40 m³


Range 3 700 nm with Sharklets 6 850 km with Sharklets
Mmo M0.82
Max ramp weight 162.9 (172.8) lb x 1000 73.9 (78.4) tonnes
Max take-off weight 162.0 (172.0) lb x 1000 73.5 (78.0) tonnes
Max landing weight 142.2 (145.5) lb x 1000 64.5 (66.0) tonnes
Max zero fuel weight 138.4 (141.8) lb x 1000 62.8 (64.3) tonnes
Max fuel capacity up to 6 280 (7 070) USG up to 23 760 (26 750) litres

Engines x2

PW1100G-JM PW1100G-JM
CFMI Leap-1A CFMI Leap-1A
Thrust range
Aircraft weights and capabilities shown are the highest values
Ranges shown are for typical passenger load

The A320neo – the best ever single-aisle aircraft is going from strength-to-strength

Airbus’ first A320neo aircraft – which is powered by Pratt & Whitney engines – was delivered in January 2016 to Lufthansa.

The best keeps getting better with Airbus’ market-leading single-aisle jetliners. Ensuring the A320 retains its status as the best-ever aircraft, the A320neo (new engine option) is the culmination of several technological advances delivered by Airbus’ continuing commitment and investment in the most successful aircraft family of all time. 

Bringing all the standards of comfort and incorporating new engine choices, aerodynamic improvements, and the latest cabin features, the A320neo Family will offer up to 20 per cent savings in fuel burn per seat by 2020, two tonnes of additional payload, 500 nautical miles of more range, lower operating costs, along with a nearly 50 per cent reduction in engine noise and NOx emissions 50 per cent below the current industry standard. Also, as a result of an optimised cabin space and increased exit limits, the A320neo accommodates 165 passengers in two classes or up to 189 in a high-density configuration. 

Designated the NEO Family, Airbus is providing the minimum change with maximum benefit, incorporating two latest-generation engine choices – CFM International’s LEAP-1A and the PurePower PW1100G-JM from Pratt & Whitney – along with the use of fuel-saving Sharklets wingtip devices. 

A key contributor to the NEO’s performance is Sharklets – which were pioneered on the A320ceo (current engine option). These 2.4-metre-tall wingtip devices are standard on NEO aircraft, and result in up to four per cent reduced fuel burn over longer sectors, corresponding to an annual reduction in CO2 emissions of around 900 tonnes per aircraft. Sharklets also are available for new-build and retrofit on A320ceo jetliners.

Orders & Deliveries

The interactive map above highlights the optimised range of this modern Airbus jetliner. To determine the aircraft’s range from a specific location, simply drag the cursor to any city or region. The area covered in blue will represent all possible destinations within its typical range.

Note: The range areas above illustrate the aircraft's nominal range.