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Aircraft Information 320

Airbus A320 is a narrow-body passenger aircraft developed by Airbus. It was introduced in 1984 and first flew in 1987. The A320 is one of the most popular aircraft in the world and is used as a primary means of passenger transportation on short and medium-haul routes. It can carry up to 180 passengers and has a range of up to 6,100 km. The A320 is equipped with CFM International CFM56 or International Aero Engines V2500 engines. The aircraft features modern avionics and flight control system, making it one of the safest and most reliable aircraft in the world.

Technical information about the 320

- Length: 37.57 m

- Speed: 828 km/h

- Engine: two CFM56-5B4 or IAE V2500-A5 turbofan engines

- Size: height 11.76 m, width 3.95 m

- Wingspan: 34.10 m

- Range: up to 6,100 km

- Weight: 42,600 kg (maximum takeoff weight)

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other type of aircraft, the safest seats in the Airbus A320 are located in the rear of the cabin. This is because in the event of an emergency, the aircraft usually impacts the nose first and then begins to flip. Therefore, passengers seated in the rear of the aircraft will have an easier time exiting the cabin and saving themselves.

In addition, the most comfortable seats in the Airbus A320 are the ones near the cabin exits, as they usually have more legroom and wider armrests. However, these seats may be occupied by passengers with limited mobility or with children.

It is also worth considering that seats near the wings of the aircraft may be noisier due to the engines, so if you want to avoid noise, it is better to choose seats in the middle or rear of the cabin.

In general, choosing a seat on an airplane is an individual choice for each passenger and depends on their personal preferences and needs.