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What´s The Difference Between A321-100 And -200?

Thu Dec 07, 2000 8:21 pm

Hi everybody,

unlike the A310-200/300 or A320-100/200, I gather there´s no visible difference between the A321-100 and -200.

a) Is this correct?
b) What are the differences, then?


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RE: What´s The Difference Between A321-100 And -200?

Thu Dec 07, 2000 8:35 pm

There is no visible difference between the two. The -200 is capable of higher takeoff weights, I believe 93 tons vs. 83 tons on the -100, and most of that is fuel. The -200 has a range (according to Airbus) a little over 1000 km more than the -100.


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RE: What´s The Difference Between A321-100 And -200?

Thu Dec 07, 2000 9:18 pm

In Boeing terms a 321-200 is a 100ER - more fuel greater range.

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