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Airbus A319

Discover more about the Airbus A319, including technical specifications, features and which airlines fly the Airbus A319

About the Airbus A319

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The Airbus A319 is a member of the Airbus A320 family of narrow-body passenger airliners. The A319 is used for short- to medium-range commercial operations. The twin-engine jets are manufactured by Airbus - final assembly of the aircraft takes place in Hamburg, Germany and in Tianjin, China. The aircraft carries 124 to 156 passengers and has a maximum range of 3,700 nmi (6,900 km; 4,300 mi).

As of August 2019, a total of 1,480 Airbus A319 aircraft have been delivered, of which 1,436 are in service. Primary users include easyJet, American Airlines, United Airlines, and Delta Air Lines. American Airlines and EasyJet operate the largest A319 fleets, consisting of 127 and 125 aircraft respectively.

airbus a319 operated by air france

Image: An Airbus A319 operated by Air France. 

How does the A319 compare with the A320?

The A319 is a shortened-fuselage variant of the Airbus A320, which was first launced in 1987. The A320 family was extended to include the stretched A321 (first delivered 1994), the shortened A319 (1996), and the further shortened A318 (2003).

 

Technical Spec of the A319

 

Spec A319
Range 3,750 nmi (6,940 km)
Length 33.84 m
Wing Span 35.8 m
Passengers 1-Class (typical) 156 at 28–30 in pitch, or 134 at 32 in pitch
Passengers 2-Class (typical) 124 (8 premium at 38 in pitch and 116 economy at 32 in pitch)
Cabin Width 3.70 m (12 ft 2 in)
Speed 515 mph cruising/ 541 mph max

Passenger Features of the Airbus A319

What is the Onboard Experience Like?

The A319 has the same optimised cabin cross-section as its A320 family members (including the A318, A320 and A321). The A320 family is the widest single-aisle fuselage aircraft on the market. This provides passengers with top-of-the-range comfort, with generous seat width.

What is the interior like?

A new cabin interior introduced by Airbus for the A320 Family ensures the A319 meets the needs of all passengers, setting a new standard for on-board comfort on single-aisle jetliners. The aircraft has a calm and quiet cabin, with a fresh and lighter new look, more space in the overhead compartments, a noticeable reduction in noise, and options for relaxing ambience lighting.

What are A319 seats like?

Some airlines choose extra-wide aisles over slightly wider seats, allowing for a faster turnaround time and more space for passengers to manoeuvre. The pitch and width of seats will depend on the airline. Easyjet's A319's have a 3-3 configuration and seats have a pitch of 29 inches and width of 18 inches in the Economy cabin. American Airline's A319's provide a seat pitch of 30 inches and a seat width of 17/3-18 inches in the Economy cabin.

Which airlines use the Airbus A319?

 

AIRLINE NUMBER OF A319 IN FLEET
Acropolis Aviation 1
Aegean Airlines 1
Afriqiyah Airways 3
Aigle Azur 1
Air Albania 1
Air Canada 13
Air Canada Jetz 3
Air Canada Rouge 22
Air China 33
Air Côte d'Ivoire 4
Air France 33
Air Guilin 3
Air India 22
Air Macau 2
Air Malta 1
Air Mauritius 2
Air Moldova 2
Air Namibia 4
Air Senegal 2
Air Serbia 9
Air Travel 3
Alaska Airlines 10
Alitalia 22
Allegiant Air 37
Alpha Star Aviation 1
American Airlines[a] 132
Atlantic Airways 1
AtlasGlobal 1
Aurora Airlines 10
Austrian Airlines 7
Avianca 14
Avianca Brazil 1
Avianca Costa Rica 3
Avianca Ecuador 4
Avianca El Salvador 3
Avianca Perú 1
Aviation Capital Group 1
Aviation Link Company 1
Azerbaijan Airlines 4
Bamboo Airways 1
Bangkok Airways 16
Beijing Capital Airlines 16
Bhutan Airlines 2
British Airways 40
Brussels Airlines 22
Bulgaria Air 2
Cambodia Airways 3
CEFC China 1
Chair Airlines 3
Chengdu Airlines 4
China Eastern Airlines 35
China Southern Airlines 23
Chongqing Airlines 8
Comlux Malta 2
Croatia Airlines 4
Cyprus Airways 2
Czech Airlines 6
DAE Capital 1
DC Aviation 1
Delta Air Lines 57
Druk Air 3
Easyjet 71
EasyJet Europe 45
EasyJet Switzerland 7
Ellinair 2
Emirates 1
Ernest Airlines 1
Eurowings 26
Eurowings Europe 6
Evergrande Real Estate Group 1
Finnair 8
First Nation Airways 2
FlyBosnia 2
Flynas 2
FlyOne 1
Frontier Airlines 6
Germanwings 22
GetJet Airlines 3
Global Jet Luxembourg 6
Governments; Executive And Private Jets 74
Hi Fly Malta 3
Hongkong Jet 2
Iberia 13
I-Fly 2
Jackson Square Aviation 1
Jet Midwest Group 1
Just Us Air 1
K5-Aviation 3
Lanmei Airlines 1
LATAM Airlines Brazil 22
LATAM Airlines Group 18
LATAM Ecuador 4
LATAM Perú 2
Libyan Wings 4
Lucky Air 1
Lufthansa 27
Lufthansa CityLine 3
Meraj Airlines 2
MJET 1
Myanmar Airways International 3
Nesma Airlines 1
Nexus Flight Operations 1
Nomad Aviation 1
Olympus Airways 1
Qatar Airways 2
Qatar Amiri 3
Rossiya Airlines 21
Royal Air Philippines 2
Royal Jordanian Airlines 5
Scandinavian Airlines 4
Shenzhen Airlines 8
S7 Airlines 18
Sichuan Airlines 23
SilkAir 2
Sky Airline 10
Sky Prime Aviation 1
Skytraders 3
Sophar 1
South African Airways 7
Spirit Airlines 31
Sundair 1
Swiss International Air Lines 3
TAME 1
TAP Air Portugal 21
Tehran Airlines 1
Tibet Airlines 24
TUI fly Deutschland 1
Tunisair 4
Turkish Airlines 6
Undisclosed customers 46
United Airlines 77
Ural Airlines 5
Volaris 5
Volaris Costa Rica 3
Volotea 19
Vueling 6
West Air (China) 4
White Airways 2
Zagros Airlines 1

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Airbus A319
FAQs

What is the A319neo?

In December 2010, Airbus announced a new generation of the A320 family: the A320neo. The 'neo' part stands for new engine option. The similarly shortened fuselage A319neo variant offers new and more efficient engines, combined with airframe improvements and the addition of winglets on the end of the wings. The aircraft promises fuel savings for airlines of up to 15%.

Is the A319 safe?

The airbus A319 has an impeccable safety record, with no fatal accidents to passengers. Airbus is dedicated to ensuring the highest level of passenger safety.