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Moving the World

The A320 is one aircraft in four sizes (A318, A319, A320 and A321), representing the most successful and versatile jetliner family ever. Seating from 100 to 240 passengers and flying throughout the world – and landing on every continent – an A320 takes off or lands every 1.6 seconds. From the heat of the desert to icy Antarctic runways, or from short runway urban environments to remote high-altitude airports, the A320 can take passengers anywhere.

As the longest-range single-aisle aircraft, airlines and passengers alike have benefitted from the A320’s exceptional efficiency and quality since its introduction, which has opened up exciting new travel possibilities throughout the world. Now with new engine options (NEO) available, the A320 Family continues to be the preferred choice for passengers and customers; setting the standard for the single-aisle market and securing its status as the world’s best-selling aircraft of all time.

This is an aircraft that you can rely on. This is the aircraft that changed the game.

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An Innovative Family

The A320 Family is the most successful aircraft family ever and it was born ambitious. As the first civil aircraft to pioneer fly-by-wire technology, it has set the standard ever since its arrival and, thanks to significant annual investment of 300 million euros, the A320 Family continues to innovate.

The A320 Family comes with a unique CLS option: it is the only single-aisle aircraft that is able to load pallets and containers on the lower deck. Together with its outward-opening cargo doors and large cargo compartment cross-section, this maximises the usable cargo volume.

The A320neos boast the very latest engines, large wingtip devices (Sharklets) and an innovative cabin – continuing to go from strength-to-strength as the most comfortable, fuel-efficient and environmentally-friendly single-aisle aircraft.


Airbus is extending the award-winning Airspace interior to the A320 Family. A common cabin design language featuring the latest technology, Airspace offers elegantly-lit cabins, wider seats, large overhead storage bins capable of holding eight bags instead of five, iconic ceiling lighting, redesigned window bezels that provide passengers more window space with unobstructed views, new sidewall panels that provide an additional inch at shoulder level for extra personal space and a new spacious lavatory design.

Passengers aboard A320 Family aircraft will be able to enjoy the distinct Airspace ambience, comfort, services and design starting in 2020. Airspace cabin interior enhancements trace their origins to the Airbus A350 XWB and A330neo wide-body jetliners.

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U.S.-based Spirit Airlines – which finalised a purchase agreement with Airbus for 100 A320neo Family aircraft – will receive a mix of A319neo, A320neo, and A321neo

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