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Airbus 320-200

Airbus 320-200.

The Airbus 320-200 is a single aisle, twin-engine jet manufactured by Airbus Industrie, the European consortium. It is part of the Airbus 320 family, the world’s best selling aircraft line.

The A320 is probably best known as the first aircraft to introduce a fly-by-wire system - where controls from the pilot are transmitted to the flying moving parts by electronic signals rather than mechanical means.

Customer benefits include:

  • Moving map video screens
  • Widest single-aisle fuselage on the market
  • All leather seats

Find out more about travel classes

Technical information

Airbus 320-200
Number in fleet 41
Passenger capacity Up to 168 (1 or 2 class)
Length 37.6m (123 feet 3 inches)
Wingspan 34.1m (111 feet 11 inches)
Height 11.8m (38 feet 7 inches)
Engines 2×IAE V2500
Maximum speed 828km/h (511mph, Mach 0.78)
Range 5,900km (3,200 miles)

Photo gallery

  • Airbus 320-200 ready for landing (photo by Andrew Simpson).
  • Airbus 320-200 on approach in sunset (photo by Andrew Simpson).
  • Airbus 320-200 taking off (photo by A. Cooksey - airlineimages.co.uk).

Seating plans

These are the different seating layouts for the Airbus 320-200:

Did you know?

When running, the Airbus 320 engines generate enough power to provide electricity for a city of over 60,000 people.

Where does the A320-200 fly?

The aircraft operates on a variety of routes, including:

Please note: the aircraft may vary for operational reasons.