Airbus A320 ( Alitalia - AirOne ) and Airbus A319 ( Lufthansa ) Take - Off from Genova Int'l Airport





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Published on Oct 15, 2011

Three Airbus Planes Take - Off From Genova International Airport ( GOA -LIMJ )

Alitalia Airlines Airbus A320 going to Rome Fiumicino Airport

Lufthansa Airlines Airbus A319 going to Frankfut am Main International Airport

AirOne Airbus a320 going to Rome Fiumicino International Airport

Turkish Airlines Airbus A319 in the backround at the beginning of the video

Awesome engine sound , so ... turn up your volume !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The A319 is a shortened, minimum-change version of the A320. Also known as the A320M-7 (A320 minus seven rows of seats), it is 3.73 metres (12 ft 3 in) shorter than the A320; four frames fore and three frames aft were removed. This allows the number of emergency exits to be reduced to six. With virtually the same fuel capacity as the A320-200, and fewer passengers, the range with 124 passengers in a two-class configuration extends to 3,350 km (1,810 nmi), or 6,850 km (3,700 nmi) with Sharklets. Four propulsion options available on the A319 are the 23,040-pound-force (102.5 kN) V2522-A5 and 24,800-pound-force (110 kN) V2527M-AS from IAE, or the 22,000-pound-force (98 kN) CFM56-5B/A and 27,000-pound-force (120 kN) CFM56-5B7. Although identical to those of the A320, these engines are derated because of the A319's lower MTOW.

The A320 series has two variants, the A320-100 and A320-200. Only 21 A320-100s were ever produced; these aircraft, the first to be manufactured, were delivered only to Air Inter (later acquired by Air France) and British Airways (as a result of an order from British Caledonian Airways made prior to its acquisition by British Airways). The A320-200 features wingtip fences and increased fuel capacity over the A320-100, resulting in increased range; otherwise differences are minimal. Indian Airlines used their first 31 A320-200s with double-bogie main landing gear for airfields with poor runway condition which a single-bogey main gear couldn't manage. Typical range with 150 passengers for the A320-200 is about 3,300 nautical miles (6,150 km). It is powered by two CFMI CFM56-5s or IAE V2500s with thrust ratings between 113 to 120 kN (25,400 to 27,000 lbf). The direct Boeing competitor is the 737--800. The lowest speed an A320 can fly is approximately 207 km/h.


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