As the longest-fuselage member of Airbus’ best-selling, single-aisle A320 Family, the A321’s cabin offers passengers even more space in which to relax and enjoy the flight. Able to comfortably seat anywhere from a typical 170 to 200 passengers in a standard two-class cabin to 220 travellers in a more high-density layout, the A321 – with a wider cabin than any of its competitors – continues to define the meaning of single-aisle comfort in operations around the globe.
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The A320 Family’s longest-fuselage member, the A321, offers the best seat-mile costs of any single-aisle aircraft – with passenger capacities comparable to that of a wide-body jetliner. This stretched-fuselage aircraft has an overall length of 44.51 metres, providing ample room to comfortably accommodate between 170 and 200 travellers – or up to 220 in a high-density layout.
Capable of comfortably seating anything from 170 to 200 passengers in a standard two-class cabin to 220 travellers in a more high-density layout, the A321 continues to define the meaning of single-aisle comfort.
Like every member of the A320 Family, it possesses a wider cabin than any of its competitors; allowing it to offer wider 18-inch wide seats giving passengers a more comfortable flight. It also offers a wider aisle and plenty of overhead storage space to help passengers board and disembark with minimum fuss, as well as giving cabin crew more space to work.
Benefitting from a cockpit commonality that reduces training and maintenance costs, the A321 also features Airbus’ revolutionary digital fly-by-wire control system.