A320’s

A321’s

A330’s

Jetstar Airbus A320-200 Statistics

Number A320’s in fleet:

89 (as at November 2013)

Seat configuration:

180 passengers

Maximum Take-off Weight:

77,000kg / 169,400lb

Wing Span:

34.1m / 111.8ft

Overall length:

37.6m / 123.3ft

Vertical fin height:

11.8m / 38.6ft

Cabin width:

3.7m / 12.2 ft

Wing area:

122.4 sq m / 1,318 sq ft

Average cruise speed:

863 kph / 466 nautical mph

Cruise altitude:

29-39,000 ft

Maximum feul capacity:

23,700 litres / 6,260 US gallons

Range with full payload:

4,167 km / 2,250 nautical miles

Maximum thrust:

110.31 kN / 24,800 lb

Engines:

2 x V2527-A5 International Aero Engines (IAE)

About the A320-200

  • Jetstar currently operates a fleet of 87 A320s throughout the Jetstar Group.
  • The A320 is manufactured by Airbus, headquartered in Toulouse, France.
  • The A320 optimised cabin cross-section is the widest single-aisle fuselage on the market.
  • The wider fuselage provides unmatched cargo capability and a containerised cargo loading system.
  • The A320 has the lowest fuel burn, emissions and noise footprints of any aircraft in its class.
  •  The superior cabin size and shape of the A320 allows larger overhead stowage bins to be fitted for greater convenience as well as faster boarding and deplaning.
  • The A320 is equipped with state of the art technology that makes it safer, lighter and more fuel efficient. Computers and electrical wiring replace mechanical linkages from cockpit controls to the wings and tail of the aircraft.
  • The A320 has an indicative range of up to 4,400 kms / 2,375 nm with a maximum passenger load.
  • The A320 boasts 177-180 all leather seats which are 17.88 inches wide and an average seat pitch of 29 inches. Jetstar’s fleet of A320s are powered by V2500 turbofan engines supplied by International Aero Engines, a multinational aero engine consortium.
  • The V2500 two-shaft high-bypass turbofan engine is defined by its low operating cost and clean and quiet performance.

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Jetstar Airbus A321-200 Statistics

Number A321’s in fleet:

6

Seat configuration:

210-214 passengers

Maximum Take-off Weight:

93,000kg / 204,600lb

Wing Span:

34.1m / 111.8ft

Overall length:

44.51m / 146ft

Vertical fin height:

11.8m / 38.6ft

Cabin width:

3.7m / 12.2 ft

Wing area:

122.4 sq m / 1,318 sq ft

Average cruise speed:

863 kph / 466 nautical mph

Cruise altitude:

29-39,000 ft

Maximum fuel capacity:

26,600 litres / 7,026 US gallons

Range with full payload:

4,570 km / 2,470 nautical miles

Maximum thrust:

140.55 kN / 31,600lb

Engines:

2 x V2533-A5 International Aero Engines (IAE)

About the A321-200

  • Jetstar currently operates a fleet of six A321s on Australian domestic and some short haul international routes.
  • The A321 is manufactured by Airbus, headquartered in Toulouse, France.
  • The A321 offers the best seat-mile costs of any single-aisle aircraft, and matches widebody cost efficiency.
  • The wider fuselage provides unmatched cargo capability and a containerised cargo loading system.
  • The A321 has the lowest fuel burn, emissions and noise footprints of any aircraft in its class.
  • The superior cabin size and shape of the A321 allows larger overhead stowage bins to be fitted for greater convenience as well as faster boarding and deplaning.
  • The A321 is equipped with state of the art technology that makes it safer, lighter and more fuel efficient.
  • Computers and electrical wiring replace mechanical linkages from cockpit controls to the wings and tail of the aircraft.
  • The A321 has an indicative range of up to 5090 kms / 2750 nm with a maximum passenger load.
  • The A321 boasts 210-214 all leather seats which are 17.88 inches wide and an average seat pitch of 30 inches.
  • Jetstar’s fleet of A321s are powered by V2500 turbofan engines supplied by International Aero Engines, a multinational aero engine consortium.
  • The V2500 two-shaft high-bypass turbofan engine is defined by its low operating cost and clean and quiet performance.

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Jetstar Airbus A330-200 Statistics

Number A330’s in fleet:

10

Seat configuration:

303-310 passengers

Maximum Take-off Weight:

233,000kg / 512,600lb

Wing Span:

60.3m/ 197ft 10in

Overall length:

58.4m / 191ft 6in

Vertical fin height:

17.4m / 57ft 1in

Cabin width:

5.28m / 17ft 14in

Wing area:

363.1 sq m / 3,908 sq ft

Average cruise speed:

880 kph / 475 nautical mph

Cruise altitude:

28-39,000 ft

Maximum fuel capacity:

139,090 litres / 36,744 US gallons

Range with full payload:

8,610 km / 4,650 nautical miles

Maximum thrust:

66,870 lb

Engines:

2 x General Electric CF6-80E1-A4

About the A330-200

  • Jetstar currently operates a fleet of 10 A330-200s throughout the Group. 
  • The A330 is manufactured by Airbus, headquartered in Toulouse, France.
  • Jetstar’s A330-200 are configured in either 303 seats with 38 seats in StarClass (Jetstar’s premium cabin) and 265 seats in economy or 310 seats with 42 seats in StarClass (Jetstar’s premium cabin) and 268 seats in economy.
  • The A330 is optimised for medium to extended-range performance.
  • The A330 has the flexibility and economics to operate efficient on diverse networks with sectors of up to 6,000 nm.
  • All seats are leather with seat pitch of the StarClass seat 38 inches (19.5 inches in width), the same as a Qantas Domestic Business Class seat. The economy seat has a seat pitch of 31 inches (and 17.5 inches in width).
  • The wider fuselage provides unmatched cargo capability and a containerised cargo loading system.
  • The A330 boasts lower fuel burn and lower costs of other aircraft in its class.
  • The A330 has an indicative range of up to 11,100 kms / 6,000 nm with a maximum passenger load.

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