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Revision as of 14:57, 30 January 2011

This includes the following models: A318-111, A319-111, A319-131, A320-111, A320-211, A320-231, A321-211, A321-231, A320-family

Airbus A320
Type Narrow-body Commercial Airliner
Author(s) Ampere K. Hardraade, Skyop
--aircraft= A318-111, A319-111, A319-131, A320-111, A320-211, A320-231, A321-211, A321-231
Status Alpha
 Repository The development repository of the Airbus A320.
Download Download the Airbus A320 aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.1).
The 3d cockpit of the A320, currently under development

The Airbus A320 Family is a series of narrow-body commercial passenger jets manufactured by Airbus Industries. Designed for short to medium hauls, the aircraft pioneer fly-by-wire technology and regularly compete with the Boeing 737 series. The series includes the Airbus A318, the A319, the A320, and the A321. The "A320 Enhanced" program aims to further improve the A320 family with longer range and better fuel economy.

A note about the download

Several features in this download have been disabled to maintain compatibility with FlightGear 1.9.1 and FlightGear 2.0.0. If you are using a recent Git version of FlightGear you can use the download link at the bottom for a "full" version.


  • A318-111: Airbus A318-111 with CFM56 engines
  • A319-111: Airbus A319-111 with CFM56 engines
  • A319-131: Airbus A319-131 with IAE V2500 engines
  • A320-111: Airbus A320-111 with CFM56 engines
  • A320-211: Airbus A320-211 with CFM56 engines
  • A230-231: Airbus A320-231 with IAE V2500 engines
  • A321-211: Airbus A321-211 with CFM56 engines
  • A321-231: Airbus A321-231 with IAE V2500 engines

Development status

Currently there are two variants of the A320 in existence: the original A320 model by Frédéric Bouvier and the A320-family by Ampere and Skyop, described here.



  • Finish cockpit
  • Finish autostart system

Related content

External links