AEROSPACE | 02.10.2023

From hot environments to icy landing sites − there is no destination Airbus aircraft cannot fly. The A320 fleet is even the most chosen single-aisle aircraft family for operators. Today, we briefly summarize some facts and figures about the A319neo.


  • Overall length: 33.84 m
  • Height: 11.76 m
  • Wing span: 35.80 m

Special characteristics

  • 15% lower fuel burn -> less emissions
  • Improved take-off performance and rate-of-climb (RoC)
  • 2.4-metre-tall Sharklet™ wingtip devices
  • Less engine maintenance costs


  • Seat configuration: 110 to 160 seats (generous width)


  • Flight range: up to 900 km (500nm)
  • Increased payload by two tonnes
  • Engine: Pratt & Whitney’s PurePower PW1100G-JM and LEAP-1A from CFM International

Did you know that pilots are qualified and therefore allowed to fly the whole A320 Family with the Common Type Rating? It is because the aircraft variants only differ in sizes, which is why pilots can transition to another aircraft of the A320 fleet.

© Airbus, Foto: Philippe Masclet (A319neo in action)

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