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Technical appendices - Contents
A318 Key data
A319 Key data
A320 Key data
A321 Key data
A320 Family standard cabin layouts
A320 Family standard cabin layouts
A320 Family standard cabin layouts
A320 Family lower deckBasic bulk loading configuration
A319, A320 and A321 lower deckCargo loading system (CLS)
Standard containers
Additional fuel capacity
Additional fuel capacity
A320 Family flight deck
Main instrument panel
Main instrument panel
Primary Flight Display
Navigation Display
Electronic Centralised Aircraft Monitor (ECAM)
Centralised Fault Display System (CFDS)
AIRMAN
Maintenance optimisation
Fly-by-wire flight controls
Fly-by-wire flight controls
Wing movable surfaces
Competitive choice of engines on A320 Family
Advanced engine control
A320 Family APU
A318 range capability
A318 range capability
A319 range capability
A319 range capability
A320 range capability
A320 range capability
A321 range capability
A321 range capability
A318 Take-off performance
A318 Take-off performance
A319 Take-off performance
A319 Take-off performance
A320 Take-off performance
A320 Take-off performance
A321 Take-off performance
A321 Take-off performance
A318 Landing performance
A319 Landing performance
A320 Landing performance
A321 Landing performance
Assumptions
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Fly-by-wire flight controls

Safety concepts:
High level of redundancy
Use of dissimilar redundancy (different
computer types, different micro-processor
types, different vendors)
Each computer divided into two physically
separate units
Segregated power supply sources
Maximum physical segregation in
signalling lanes

Seven computers:
2 ELAC (Elevator and Aileron Computer)
2 FAC (Flight Augmentation Computer)
3 SEC (Spoiler and Elevator Computer)
Three hydraulic systems, Blue, Green and
Yellow are used to control the flight control
surfaces

Flight controls - Schematic

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Wing movable surfaces

The A320 Family wing features state-of-the-art
leading and trailing edge devices :

Inner and outer flaps, of composite material
Removable without requiring access to integral fuel tank
Deployment up to 40 degrees

Full span slats in five sections, of aluminum alloy material
Deployment up to 27 degrees

Five composite air brakes for roll control and braking

Electrically signaled aileron, of composite material

Removable wing tip

Advanced drag-reducing wingtip
devices are standard

Inner Flap

Flap Track 4

Flap Track 3

Flap Track 2Outer Flap

Aileron

Slat 5

Slat 4

Slat 3

Slat 2

Slat 1

Air Brake

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A318/A319/A320 wing shown

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Assumptions

Performance assumptions (“typical airline” rules)

Weight standards: OWEs are to “typical airline” assumptions including an allowance for
cabin changes and option selection. Cabin layouts are as shown in
the cabin section.

Flight profile: En-route profile includes engine start and taxi-out, take-off, climb,
cruise, descent, approach, landing and taxi-in. Sector distance
comprises the climb, cruise and descent phases.

Payloads: Passenger + baggage weights are 90.7kg / 200lb. Volumetric
payloads assume an average baggage volume of 3.0ft3 per
passenger, a bulk and ULD loadability of 85% and cargo with an
average density of 10ft3.

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