A320-200 in the sky


Our A320-200 short and medium-haul aircraft fly you to the most beautiful destinations in Europe and North Africa. Learn interesting facts about the best-selling civil airliner. With an overview of technical data and seat maps, you can start your journey well informed.

Did you know…?

The A320-200’s cockpit has 490 switches and buttons. If you were to learn one of these buttons or switches every day, you would need about 18 months to memorize everything.
The A320-200s are equipped with 2.5 m high winglets which reduce fuel consumption by 3.5%. This reduces CO2 emissions by around 700 t per aircraft per year. The winglets are also known as “sharklets” by Airbus as their shape is reminiscent of a shark fin.
With more than 16,000 orders, the A320 family is currently the best-selling civil airliner. Statistically speaking, an A320 takes off every two seconds worldwide.
When taking off, the A320 accelerates to 280 km/h.

Technical data at a glance

Length: 37.57 m
Wingspan: 35.80 m
Height: 11.76 m
Fuselage diameter: 3.96 m
Range: 6,112 km
Cruising speed: Mach 0.78 (828 km/h)
Top speed: Mach 0.82 (871 km/h)
Maximum take-off weight: 77 t*
Number of seats: 180*
Maiden flight: 02.22.1987
* Discover-specific figure, dependent upon the respective airline.

Seat map

The following seat map provides an optimal overview of our A320-200 cabin.
Family sitting in Economy Class Short Haul

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