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Airbus A320-214

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It took nine months to finish the creation of AMARE.
After an intensive period of sketches, 3D drawings and model building, the design was ready for painting. Eight artists, including a father and son with many years of experience and the Brussels Airlines and Tomorrowland team, worked non-stop for two weeks to airbrush this impressive print onto the Airbus A320. First a gigantic print of the design was created, before being copied onto the airplane, a 37.56 metres long and 11 metres high Airbus, with registration number OO-SNF. After this process, the colours were mixed and the aircraft was painted by hand.
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Airbus A320-214

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24th February 2017
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Brussels Airlines

Aircraft Data

The A320 is a twin engine short to medium range airliner. It was the first narrow body airliner produced by Airbus and first to use a fly-by-wire control system, with electronic cockpit and side-stick controller. Developed into a family of airliners.

The -200 was the definitive production version of the A320, with better range/payload performance compared to the series 100. Weights and engine thrusts were all increased.

Summary data for Airbus A320 200
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
France1987300030002150 - 179


2 x CFM CFM56 (18500 - 34000 lbf) or IAE International Aero Engines V2500 (22000 - 33000 lbf) turbofan engines.

Typical engine choices would be the CFM56-5B4 at 27000lb thrust or the V2500-A5 at 26500lb.


Dimensions for Airbus A320 200
Length123 ft. 3 in.
Wing Span111 ft. 10 in.
Height38 ft. 10 in.
Empty Weight92,980 lbs.
Max Weight169,755 lbs.


Performance of Airbus A320 200
Max Speed487 kts
Cruise Speed454 kts
Ceiling40,000 ft.
Normal Range2,615nm
Max Range3,045nm (Performance figures for the A320-200 with CFM56 engines.)

Updated 23rd June 2012

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