<s id="lrmph"><strong id="lrmph"></strong></s>
    <menuitem id="lrmph"><dfn id="lrmph"><menu id="lrmph"></menu></dfn></menuitem>

  1. <bdo id="lrmph"></bdo>
  2. <nobr id="lrmph"><optgroup id="lrmph"></optgroup></nobr><track id="lrmph"></track>

      <bdo id="lrmph"></bdo>

        In order to give you a better service Airbus uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies I agree

        A318

        A318

        Typically seating between 90 and 110 passengers, the A318 brings all the advantages of the A320 Family to a variety of possible routes suitable for a slightly smaller aircraft. With one aircraft in four sizes the A318 offers unbeatable fuel-efficiency, exceptional operational reliability and superior passenger comfort – qualities which help make the A320 Family the most successful aircraft family ever. Its enduring quality highlights the brilliance and innovation at the heart of Airbus.


        Official Airbus merchandise
        A320 Family aircraft

        A318

        A319neo

        A320neo

        A321neo

        Key figures

        Key figures
        • Range 5 750 km 3 100 nm
        • Typical seating 2-class 90-110 90-110
        • Overall length 31.44 m 103 ft 2 in
        • Height 12.56 m 41 ft 2 in
        • Wing span 34.10 m 111 ft 11 in
        Dimensions
        Overall length 31.44 m
        Cabin length 21.38 m
        Fuselage width 3.95 m
        Max cabin width 3.70 m
        Wing span (geometric) 34.10 m
        Height
        12.56 m
        Track
        7.59 m
        Wheelbase 10.25 m
        Capacity
        Pax
        Max seating
        132
          Typical seating 2-class 90-110
        Cargo
        Water volume
        25 m3

        Performance

        Range 5 750 km
        Mmo M0.82
        Max ramp weight
        68.40 tonnes
        Max take-off weight
        68.00 tonnes
        Max landing weight
        57.50 tonnes
        Max zero fuel weight
        54.50 tonnes
        Max fuel capacity
        24 210 litres
        Dimensions
        Overall length 103 ft 2 in
        Cabin length 70 ft 2 in
        Fuselage width 13 ft 0 in
        Max cabin width 12 ft 1 in
        Wing span (geometric) 111 ft 11 in
        Height
        41 ft 2 in
        Track
        24 ft 11 in
        Wheelbase 33 ft 8 in
        Capacity
        Pax
        Max seating
        132
          Typical seating 2-class 90-110
        Cargo
        Water volume
        873 ft3
        Performance
        Range 3 100 nm
        Mmo M0.82
        Max ramp weight
        150.80 lb x 1000
        Max take-off weight
        149.90 lb x 1000
        Max landing weight
        126.80 lb x 1000
        Max zero fuel weight
        120.2 lb x 1000
        Max fuel capacity
        6 400 USG

        Aircraft weights and capabilities shown are the highest values.?Ranges shown are for typical passenger load.

        “Steep approach” capability

        Airbus' A318 is the largest commercial aircraft certified to land at steeper-than-usual gradients, with the potential to transform long-haul operations between city centres, as well as reduce time and costs for business travellers. The A318 was approved for steep approach landing capability by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in 2007, with this modern jetliner certified for a 5.5-degree approach slope. This compares to a nominal 3-degree slope for standard operations.

        Comfort and space

        The A320 leads the way in single-aisle comfort and even as the family member with the shortest fuselage, the A318 still offers the industry’s best level of comfort in all classes.

        With the widest single-aisle cabin available, passengers can enjoy more personal space and relax in comfortable 18-inch-wide seats. The A320 also has plenty of overhead locker space so that carry-on luggage can be stored efficiently, while the wider aisle helps with boarding and disembarking. These advantages allow for minimum fuss when getting on or off, meaning less wait time at the end of a flight so that passengers can get to where they’re going more quickly.

        ?

        Commonality where it counts

        When something works brilliantly, it makes sense to use it all the time. Like all the members of the aircraft family that introduced Airbus’ revolutionary fly-by-wire control system, the A318 benefits from cockpit commonality, helping to reduce the cost of training, maintenance and operation of the aircraft.

        Not only are pilots qualified to fly any member of the A320 Family with the Common Type Rating, but training to switch between other Airbus aircraft is even easier with Cross Crew-Qualification (CCQ). Fly-by-wire offers significant advantages from the savings delivered through the reduction in weight to the reduction in pilot workload; another example of how Airbus improves performance through innovation.

        ?

        Unique capabilities

        The A318’s cabin is flexible enough to deliver a range of options, allowing it to fulfil several roles. As the largest commercial aircraft certified to land at steeper-than-usual gradients, it is ideal for operations at such constrained locations as downtown airports – translating to significant cost and time savings for business travellers. Since 2009, British Airways has been operating A318s with “steep approach” capability from the in-close London City Airport to New York's JFK International Airport.

        These aircraft are equipped for premium service with seats that convert into full lie-flat beds, along with OnAir connectivity for passengers showing that even the smallest member of the A320 Family needn’t compromise on luxury and amenities.

        ?

        Our product portfolio

        A220 Family

        A320 Family

        A330 Family

        A350 XWB Family

        A380

        ACJ319neo

        ACJ320neo

        ACJ330neo

        ACJ350 XWB

        A330-200F

        A330P2F

        Beluga

        A320 Family

        A300-600

        A300-600F

        A310

        A340 Family

        How an aircraft is built

        How an aircraft is built

        Airbus Family Figures

        Airbus Family Figures

        Brochure

        A318 media gallery

        Airbus officially licensed product_A318/A319    
        Airbus ACJ318_3    
        Space Flex v2_Exterior view    
        First production components sent to Mobile 5    
        First production components sent to Mobile 8    
        First production components sent to Mobile 3    
        First production components sent to Mobile 7    
        First production components sent to Mobile 4    
        First production components sent to Mobile 6    
        First production components sent to Mobile 2    
        First production components sent to Mobile    
        A320 Family – Pivoting overhead stowage bins    
        SMBC Announcement-4    
        SMBC Announcement-2    
        SMBC Announcement-3    
        SMBC Announcement-1    
        BOC Aviation Announcement-4    
        BOC Aviation Announcement-1    
        BOC Aviation Announcement-3    
        Mobile Assembly Line team visit to Hamburg    
        Back to top
         
         
        青青伊人