Air Serbia has said it looking to add two Airbus A321 aircraft to its fleet. The carrier’s CEO, Jiri Marek, noted, “We are currently looking to add two A321 aircraft, which could potentially join our fleet this summer”. The A321 aircraft has the capacity to seat up to 220 passengers and would become the largest single-aisle aircraft in Air Serbia’s fleet, if it manages to find the jets for lease on the market. On occasion, Air Serbia deploys its wide-body A330-200 aircraft on select short-haul services from Belgrade to Zurich, Moscow, Barcelona and Istanbul.
The Airbus A321 is an extended version of the Airbus A320. This single aisle twin-jet aircraft is the largest in the A320 range, first flown in March 1993 before being operated by Lufthansa the following year. As the Airbus A321 is part of the A320 series (A318, A319, A320 and this one), pilots do not need another certificate.
Crew: 2 pilots + commercial aircrew
Capacity: 185 pax
Length: 44.51 m (146 ft)
Wingspan: 34.1 m
Height: 11.76 m (38 ft 7 in)
Wing area: 122.6 m2
Empty mass: 48.2 t
Maximum take-off weight: 93.5 t
Engine: 2 CFM56-5 turbojets, 147 kN each
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