In a league of its own
Its true measure
Get a load of this
How much does the Airbus A321LR weight and what are its measurements? Let’s roll out some cool specs for our fellow aviation geeks:
- Maximum takeoff weight: 97,000 kg (213,848 lb)
- Length: 44.5 m (146 ft)
- Height: 11.75 m (38.55 ft)
- Wingspan: 35.8 m (117.45 ft)
Going the distance
The Airbus A321LR has the longest range of any single-aisle jetliner, at 7,400 km (3,996 nm). In one year, an Air Transat Airbus A321LR can transport as many passengers between Canada and Europe as the population of Moncton, N.B.—about 140,000 people.
Propelled by excellence
The Airbus A321LR is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW1133G-JM geared turbofans, with a maximum thrust of 145 KN (32,700 pounds of thrust) each propelling the aircraft through the air.
Cool, but just how powerful are we talking about?
It rivals 28 F1 race cars in horsepower.
The electric power produced by both engines could supply electricity for 30 standard apartments.
Its thrust could theoretically keep 80 pianos suspended in mid-air against the force of gravity.
Yeah. That’s powerful.
We’re big fans
The diameter of an Airbus A321LR’s engine fan is 2.07 m (6.79 ft)—that’s larger than most business jet cabins.
Its blades during takeoff spin 11 times faster than a typical washing machine during the spin cycle.
A bigger fan brings you a quieter engine, reducing noise in the cabin and communities by 50%.
The evolution of a fleet
We’re just getting started
We welcomed our first Airbus A321LR in spring 2019 and now we have 15, with 4 to be added by 2024, as we evolve toward an all-Airbus fleet.
A new standard in leisure travel by Skytrax's 2023 World's Best Leisure Airline: our passengers expect nothing less.