Swiss Air LInes A319 HB-IPV
Looking towards the back of our A319... comfortable seating on this plane.
href="http://www.flickr.com/groups/aircanada/">Air Canada flight arriving in Montreal.
*Airplanes 101* (See Airplanes 101 Set)
Name: Airbus A319
Manufacturer: Airbus Industries Europe (France/Germany)
Main Role: Small capacity, short-long range mainline jetliner
Basic design: Twin engined, single aisle narrow body jet. Airframe based on the A320.
Capacity: Roughly 125 passengers
Range: 1800km to 3700km
First delivery date: 1996
Still in production in 2006: Yes
Easily confused for: Airbus A318, A320, Boeing 737, EMB-190
Main Characteristics Inside: Always check the side wall panels and overhead lighting. Airbus has a standard that's subtle and professional. Frames window sections. wall directed lighting, with large outward facing luggage bins. Most of the seating, leg room & aisle width are defined by the airline not the air manufacturer but of course it's within the limits of the airframe.
Examples of Main Operators: Air France, Air Canada, US Airways, Swiss Air Lines, United, British Airways, Lufthansa, Iberia, TAP, Air India,