Airbus A321-200
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The Airbus A321 is a stretched first derivative of the standard A320. Compared with the A320, the A321's major change is the stretched fuselage, which is lengthened by 6.94 metres (22 ft 9 in); the A321 is the largest of the A320 family. Airbus launched the heavier and longer range A321-200 development in 1995. This is achieved through higher thrust engines (V2533-A5 or CFM56-5B3), minor structural strengthening, and an increase in fuel capacity with the installation of one or two optional 2,990 L (790 US gal) tanks in the rear underfloor hold. The additional fuel tankage increases the total capacity of this model to 30,030 L (7,930 US gal). These modifications also increased the maximum takeoff weight of the A321-200 to 93,000 kg (205,000 lb).


Max. width
3.68 m
Max. height
2.13 m
Max. speed
870.00 km/h
540.00 MPH
Max. range
5 900 km
3 700 m
Max. service celling
12 500 m
41 000 ft