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Topic: V2500 Variations
Username: UA787DEN
Posted 2013-01-04 15:36:44 and read 2285 times.

I noticed that even within the IAE V2527-A5, there are variants.

What is the difference between the:

V2527-A5
V2527M-A5
V2527E-A5

and are all certified for the A319/320?

Thanks!

Topic: RE: V2500 Variations
Username: horstroad
Posted 2013-01-04 16:17:13 and read 2265 times.

Quote:
In addition to standard ratings, IAE also offers the V2527E and V2527M ratings. The V2527E is an enhanced rating for the A320, which provides additional thrust at high altitude airports. The V2527M rating is used on A319 airliners and the A319 based Airbus Corporate Jetliner to enhance payload and range capabilities.

source: http://www.rolls-royce.com/civil/products/largeaircraft/v2500/

Topic: RE: V2500 Variations
Username: UA787DEN
Posted 2013-01-04 17:13:06 and read 2234 times.

Thank you! I checked the IAE website, but I didn't think of checking the Rolls Royce website, which is actually more detailed!

Topic: RE: V2500 Variations
Username: IFixPlanes
Posted 2013-01-05 23:17:13 and read 1961 times.

Maybe you find the answer in the TCDS A320:
http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Gu...adb004fc259/$FILE/A28NM_Rev_12.pdf


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