Airbus A320 Family

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Airbus A320 Family
The 3d cockpit of the A320-family
The 3d cockpit of the A320-family
Type Airliner
Configuration Low wing aircraft, Monoplane aircraft, Retractable gear aircraft, Tricycle landing gear aircraft
Propulsion Twinjet (Jet aircraft, Twin-engine aircraft)
Manufacturer Airbus
  • Josh Davidson (Octal450)
  • legoboyvdlp
  • merspieler
  • Matthew Maring (hayden2000)
  • Thorsten Herrmann (TH-555)
  • Semir Gebran (CaptB)
--aircraft= A320-100-CFM



Status Advanced production
 FDM Stars-4.png
 Systems Stars-5.png
 Cockpit Stars-5.png
 Model Stars-4.png
Supports Checklists Canvas
 Website The website for the Airbus A320 Family developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Airbus A320 Family.
Download Download the Airbus A320 Family aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.3).
License GPLv2+

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 A320.

The Team

  • Flight Dyanmics: Josh Davidson (Octal450)
  • Systems: Josh Davidson (Octal450), legoboyvdlp, merspieler, Matthew Maring (hayden2000)
  • Displays: Josh Davidson (Octal450), legoboyvdlp, merspieler, Matthew Maring (hayden2000)
  • 3D/Textures: Thorsten Herrmann (TH-555), Semir Gebran (CaptB)


Thank you to the following people for their contributions to this project!

  • Necolatis: Help on the MFD System
  • Various others: Liveries, Some Code, Some 3D Models, Some Textures


  • A320-100-CFM: Airbus A320-100 with CFM56 5A1 engines
  • A320-200-CFM: Airbus A320-200 with CFM56 5B4 engines
  • A320-200-IAE: Airbus A320-200 with IAE V2527 A5 engines
  • A320neo-CFM: Airbus A320-111 with CFM56 LEAP-1A engines
  • A320neo-PW: Airbus A320neo with PW1127G geared turbofan engines

Gallery Flightgear 2019+

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