American Airlines Fleet Airbus A320-200 Details and Pictures

American Airlines Fleet Airbus A320-200 Details and Pictures. All former US Airways aircraft were transferred to American Airlines on April 8, 2015 when a Single Operating Certificate was awarded by the Federal Aviation Administration.

American is the largest operator of the Airbus A320 family of aircraft in the world. 48 Airbus A320-200 are in service. It operates the largest fleet of A321 aircraft (219), and has the second largest A319 fleet with 125 aircraft, after easyJet.

n653aw American Airlines Airbus A320-232
n653aw American Airlines Airbus A320-232

Airbus A320-200 American Airlines Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraft
N102UWAirbus A320-214
N103USAirbus A320-214
N104UWAirbus A320-214
N105UWAirbus A320-214
N107USAirbus A320-214
N108UWAirbus A320-214
N109UWAirbus A320-214
N110UWAirbus A320-214
N111USAirbus A320-214
N112USAirbus A320-214
N114UWAirbus A320-214
N117UWAirbus A320-214
N118USAirbus A320-214
N119USAirbus A320-214
N121UWAirbus A320-214
N122USAirbus A320-214
N123UWAirbus A320-214
N124USAirbus A320-214
N125UWAirbus A320-214
N126UWAirbus A320-214
N127UWAirbus A320-214
N128UWAirbus A320-214
N601AWAirbus A320-232
N604AWAirbus A320-232
N647AWAirbus A320-232
N649AWAirbus A320-232
N650AWAirbus A320-232
N651AWAirbus A320-232
N652AWAirbus A320-232
N653AWAirbus A320-232
N654AWAirbus A320-232
N655AWAirbus A320-232
N656AWAirbus A320-232
N657AWAirbus A320-232
N658AWAirbus A320-232
N659AWAirbus A320-232
N660AWAirbus A320-232
N661AWAirbus A320-232
N662AWAirbus A320-232
N663AWAirbus A320-232
N664AWAirbus A320-232
N665AWAirbus A320-232
N667AWAirbus A320-232
N668AWAirbus A320-232
N669AWAirbus A320-232
N673AWAirbus A320-232
N679AWAirbus A320-232
N680AWAirbus A320-232

American Airlines Airbus A319-100 Seating Chart and Class Configuration Details Overview

The American Airlines Airbus A320-200 (320) seats 150 passengers and is primarily used on Domestic US routes.

The aircraft is configured with 12 recliner style seats in First Class and 138 standard seats in Main Cabin Economy Class.

There are 18 seats in the Main Cabin offered as American Airlines’ Main Cabin Extra that may be selected for an additional fee.

These seats are located at the First/Main Cabin bulkhead and the Exit Rows. They feature additional legroom and preferred boarding.

American Airlines A320-200 Seat Map Plan Layout

Seat Map American Airlines Airbus A320-200 Seating Chart Picture
Seat Map American Airlines Airbus A320-200 Seating Chart Picture

The First class seats are all reclining. The seats of the first row (1A, 1C, 1D and 1F) have some peculiarities. Because of the bulkhead in front of these seats there is less room for passenger’s legs. Places 25C and 25D are standard but the proximity of the galley and WC may be troublesome.

The seats 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F have the same restrictions as the seats of the first row plus the tray tables are integrated into armrests making them immovable what reduces the width of these seats.

The exit rows are located between the 9th and 10th row and between the 10th and 11th rows. Due to this fact the seats from 9A to 9F do not recline, at the same time the seats of the 10th row have such an advantage as extra room for legs but they are also not reclining as behind them there is another exit row. Seats 11A and 11F also have extra room for legs but they don’t have armrests on the windows’ side.

So, the best seats in this aircraft are 11B, 11C, 11D and 11F as they have full recline and extra space for the legs.

The most uncomfortable seats in this airplane are the last seats (26A, 26B, 26C, 26D, 26E and 26F): they have limited recline and are located very close to the lavatories and galley.

American Airlines Narrow Body Airbus A320-200 In-flight amenities Information

  • Audio. A variety of music selections are available and accessed through the seat back inflight entertainment monitor or personal portable devices, depending on which A320 you are on.
  • Video. A variety of films, television shows, documentaries, and games are available for viewing. All may be accessed through the seat back inflight entertainment monitor or personal portable devices, depending on which A320 you are on.
  • AC Power. All classes of service on this aircraft feature regular AC power.
  • Internet. Wi-Fi service is available to all personal portable devices. Internet access is available for a fee. Daily and monthly passes may be purchased before flight. Additional information about the service may be accessed by clicking here.
  • Food. Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. Alcoholic beverages may be purchased in Main Cabin Economy Class and are complimentary in First Class. Food service depends on length of flight and time of day. Main Cabin and Main Cabin Extra items might include complimentary pretzels and/or cookies. Sandwiches and snack boxes are available for purchase on flights over 2 hours. Light meals are also available on flights over 3 hours. Premium dining is offered in the First Class cabin. Selections depend upon length of flight and time of day. Additional information for each class is available in the “Travel Information / During your flight” section on aa.com.

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American Airlines Fleet Airbus A319-100 Details and Pictures

American Airlines Fleet Airbus A319-100 Details and Pictures. All former US Airways aircraft were transferred to American Airlines on April 8, 2015 when a Single Operating Certificate was awarded by the Federal Aviation Administration.

American is the largest operator of the Airbus A320 family of aircraft in the world. It operates the largest fleet of A321 aircraft, and has the second largest A319 fleet with 125 aircraft, after easyJet.

n9006 American Airlines Airbus A319 115wl Snow Runaway
n9006 American Airlines Airbus A319 115wl Snow Runaway

Airbus A319-100 American Airlines Fleet Data and Registration Number

N12028Airbus A319-115(WL)
N177XFAirbus A319-112
N3014RAirbus A319-115(WL)
N4005XAirbus A319-115(WL)
N4032TAirbus A319-115(WL)
N5007EAirbus A319-115(WL)
N70020Airbus A319-115(WL)
N700UWAirbus A319-112
N701UWAirbus A319-112
N702UWAirbus A319-112
N703UWAirbus A319-112
N704USAirbus A319-112
N705UWAirbus A319-112
N708UWAirbus A319-112
N709UWAirbus A319-112
N710UWAirbus A319-112
N711UWAirbus A319-112
N712USAirbus A319-112
N713UWAirbus A319-112
N714USAirbus A319-112
N715UWAirbus A319-112
N716UWAirbus A319-112
N717UWAirbus A319-112
N721UWAirbus A319-112
N722USAirbus A319-112
N723UWAirbus A319-112
N724UWAirbus A319-112
N725UWAirbus A319-112
N730USAirbus A319-112
N732USAirbus A319-112
N733UWAirbus A319-112
N737USAirbus A319-112
N738USAirbus A319-112
N740UWAirbus A319-112
N741UWAirbus A319-112
N742PSAirbus A319-112
N744PAirbus A319-112
N745VJAirbus A319-112
N746UWAirbus A319-112
N747UWAirbus A319-112
N748UWAirbus A319-112
N749USAirbus A319-112
N750UWAirbus A319-112
N751UWAirbus A319-112
N752USAirbus A319-112
N753USAirbus A319-112
N754UWAirbus A319-112
N755USAirbus A319-112
N756USAirbus A319-112
N757UWAirbus A319-112
N758USAirbus A319-112
N760USAirbus A319-112
N762USAirbus A319-112
N763USAirbus A319-112
N764USAirbus A319-112
N765USAirbus A319-112
N766USAirbus A319-112
N767UWAirbus A319-112
N768USAirbus A319-112
N769USAirbus A319-112
N770UWAirbus A319-112
N771XFAirbus A319-112
N771XFAirbus A319-112
N772XFAirbus A319-112
N772XFAirbus A319-112
N773XFAirbus A319-112
N774XFAirbus A319-112
N777XFAirbus A319-112
N778XFAirbus A319-112
N778XFAirbus A319-115(WL)
N8001NAirbus A319-115(WL)
N8009TAirbus A319-132
N801AWAirbus A319-115(WL)
N8027DAirbus A319-132
N802AWAirbus A319-115(WL)
N8030FAirbus A319-115(WL)
N8031MAirbus A319-132
N803AWAirbus A319-132
N804AWAirbus A319-132
N805AWAirbus A319-132
N806AWAirbus A319-132
N807AWAirbus A319-132
N808AWAirbus A319-132
N809AWAirbus A319-132
N810AWAirbus A319-132
N812AWAirbus A319-132
N813AWAirbus A319-132
N814AWAirbus A319-132
N815AWAirbus A319-132
N816AWAirbus A319-132
N817AWAirbus A319-132
N818AWAirbus A319-132
N819AWAirbus A319-132
N820AWAirbus A319-132
N821AWAirbus A319-132
N822AWAirbus A319-132
N823AWAirbus A319-132
N824AWAirbus A319-132
N825AWAirbus A319-132
N826AWAirbus A319-132
N827AWAirbus A319-132
N828AWAirbus A319-132
N829AWAirbus A319-132
N830AWAirbus A319-132
N831AWAirbus A319-132
N832AWAirbus A319-132
N833AWAirbus A319-132
N834AWAirbus A319-132
N835AWAirbus A319-132
N836AWAirbus A319-132
N837AWAirbus A319-132
N838AWAirbus A319-132
N839AWAirbus A319-132
N840AWAirbus A319-132
N90024Airbus A319-115(WL)
N9002UAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9004FAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9006Airbus A319-115(WL)
N9008UAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9010RAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9011PAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9012Airbus A319-115(WL)
N9013AAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9015DAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9016Airbus A319-115(WL)
N9017PAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9018EAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9019FAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9021HAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9022GAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9023NAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9025BAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9026CAirbus A319-115(WL)
N9029FAirbus A319-115(WL)
N93003Airbus A319-115(WL)

American Airlines Airbus A319-100 Seating Chart and Class Configuration Details Overview

This version of the American Airlines Airbus A319 aircraft seats 128 passengers and is primarily used on Domestic routes.

This next-generation aircraft features a First Class cabin outfitted with 8 recliner seats in a 2-2 configuration.

In the Main Cabin, the seats are arranged in a 3-3 configuration. The option to enjoy more legroom is available with 24 Main Cabin Extra seats and the aircraft also offers 96 standard Economy Class-style seats.

Inflight entertainment is provided through a seat back inflight entertainment monitor or your personal portable devices, depending on which A319 you are on.

Seating Plan American Airlines A319-100 124 Seats

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A319 100 American Airlines 124 Seats Layout
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A319 100 American Airlines 124 Seats Layout

This is one of the American Airlines Airbus A319 versions. This type of Airbus A319 is used by the Company mainly for internal flights and it is the most common.

The total amount of seats is 124. Places marked with white color are standard. The airplane’s board is divided into two classes. The rows from 1st to 3rd are of First class, from the 4th row Economy class begins.

The best places in this aircraft are marked with green color, i.e. seats 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F. The main advantage of these seats is extra room for passenger’s legs.

Seats 10A and 10F are also considered the best seats for the same reason. In front of these places emergency exits are located.

Seats 7A, 7F, 8A, 8F are also standard with insignificant remarks. There are no windows near these seats.

Seats 21C and 21D are located very close to lavatories. Passengers that visit them may bother you.

The worst places in the airplane are marked with red (9B, 9C, 9D and 9E) and the main reason is that these chairs are not reclining. Seats at row 22, in addition are located near lavatories.

Seating Plan American Airlines A319-100 128 Seats

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A319 100 American Airlines 128 Seats Layout
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A319 100 American Airlines 128 Seats Layout

This is another version of American Airlines Airbus A319. It is also used for domestic flights. The total amount of seats in this Airbus A319 version is 128, 4 more than in previous version.

This cabin version of Airbus A319 airplane has three sections: First Class section with 4 places, Main Cabin Extra with 18 places and Economy class section with 102 seats.

All seats of this Airbus A319 version are equipped with touchscreen with wide selection of games, music, TV programs and movies.

The best places in this airplane version are located in the 14th (seats from 14 A to 14F) row as it is located in front of exit row what provides passengers with extra space for their legs making their trip more comfortable. For the same reason (location of exit row behind) the seats of 13th row (seats from 13 A to 13F) are not reclining.

Bad places of this aircraft are the same as in previous version and are located in the end of the airplane cabin. These are seats from 27A to 27F.

American Airlines Narrow Body Airbus A319-100 In-flight amenities Information

  • Audio. A variety of music selections are available and accessed through the seat back inflight entertainment monitor or personal portable devices, depending on which A319 you are on.
  • Video. A variety of films, television shows, documentaries, and games are available for viewing. All may be accessed through the seat back inflight entertainment monitor or personal portable devices, depending on which A319 you are on.
  • AC Power. All classes of service on this aircraft feature regular AC power.
  • Internet. Wi-Fi service is availble to all personal portable devices. Internet access is available for a fee. Daily and monthly passes may be purchased before flight. Additional information about the service may be accessed by clicking here.
  • Food. Non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. Alcoholic beverages may be purchased in Main Cabin Economy Class and are complimentary in First Class. Food service depends on length of flight and time of day. Main Cabin and Main Cabin Extra items might include complimentary pretzels and/or cookies. Sandwiches and snack boxes are available for purchase on flights over 2 hours. Light meals are also available on flights over 3 hours. Premium dining is offered in the First Class cabin. Selections depend upon length of flight and time of day. Additional information for each class is available in the “Travel Information / During your flight” section on aa.com.

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Allegiant Air Retired Aircraft Fleet Boeing 757-200 Details and Pictures

Allegiant Air Retired Aircraft Fleet Boeing 757-200 Details and Pictures. Boeing 757-200 is popular medium-haul airplane constructed by American company Boeing from 1983 to 2004.

Boeing 757-200 was constructed to replace outdated Boeing 727 and included some technical achievements and innovations part of which are still relevant.

For instance, the cabin was equipped for the first time with guidance system based on computers that were calculating flight parameters. All information about systems operation is shown on displays.

The cabin of the aircrafts is configured to place 6 seats in a row. Interior and lighting are designed in such a way to provide comfort and space for passengers.

Allegiant Air Boeing 757 landing in Indianapolis
Allegiant Air Boeing 757 landing in Indianapolis

Allegiant Air retires 757-200 fleet

The low cost carrier once operated a fleet of six 757-200s, beginning in 2010. This was the first time that Allegiant had operated another aircraft type besides the MD-80, but has since added a significant Airbus fleet.

In 2011, Allegiant flew its first 757 route from McAllen, Texas (MFE) to Las Vegas (LAS). Allegiant commenced Hawaii service in 2012, serving Hawaii from its hubs at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA) and Las Vegas.

Hawaii was also served from Bellingham, Washington, Los Angeles (LAX), Stockton, California (SCK), and Eugene, Oregon (EUG).

The 757s were gradually withdrawn from the fleet beginning in 2015, with the Hawaii to Bellingham route ending in 2014, followed by the Phoenix-Mesa, Eugene, and Stockton routes, which were all served during exclusively during the summer, being cancelled for the 2015 season citing low demand.

Service to Los Angeles was then axed in 2015, leaving Las Vegas as the only surviving route from Hawaii which ended on October 28th.

Allegiant initially planned to use the 757s for service to Mexico in addition to Hawaii, but these plans never materialized.

The 757s were initially supposed to leave the fleet in August of 2016, but Allegiant elected to continue Hawaii service for one more year, requiring two 757s to remain in the fleet.

The final two 757s, N905NV and N906NV, were flown to Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville on October 31st. Source : Aeronautics

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Allegiant Air Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-88 Aircraft Details and Pictures

Allegiant Air Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-88 Aircraft Details and Pictures. McDonnell Douglas MD-88 is middle-haul passenger airplane constructed on the base of the model MD-82.

Currently Allegiant Air operated 2 McDonnell Douglas MD-88 to serves several routes. This aircraft is old, and soon will be retired. Allegiant Air McDonnell Douglas MD-88 to be replaced with Airbus A320 family aircraft.

Last flights scheduled for November 28, 2018. Allegiant flies this MD-88 aircraft in a one class configuration with 166 standard Economy seats. None of the seats on this aircraft recline. “Legroom +” seats offer 4 inches of extra legroom.

On average, Allegiant charges $6-32 more for these seats. Please contact the airline for more information.

McDonnell Douglas MD-88 N403NV Allegiant Air Aircraft Fleet
McDonnell Douglas MD-88 N403NV Allegiant Air Aircraft Fleet

Allegiant Air Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-88 In-flight amenities

Allegiant Air offers a variety of sodas, juices, alcoholic beverages, snacks and merchandise onboard every flight for purchase. Hot water/coffee is no longer available. For more information, please visit In-Flight Services.

Allegiant Air Fleet Development (Size, Aircraft Model, Fleet History)

Allegiant Air once was the only U.S.-based carrier to have operated all five subtypes of the MD-80 series. On January 4, 2010, the SAS Group sold 18 surplus MD-80 series aircraft, built in the 1980s, to Allegiant Travel Company.

In April 2010, Allegiant purchased six Boeing 757-200 aircraft from Thomson Airways for flights to Hawaii with the delivery of the first two in the following months.

In September 2011, Allegiant Air introduced the 757 into service from their main hub in Las Vegas. Allegiant later began using the ETOPS configured 757s for service to Hawaii.

Fresno and Las Vegas were the inaugural destinations with nonstop service to Honolulu, Hawaii. Nonstop service to Honolulu was then added from Bellingham, Boise, Eugene, Phoenix (via Mesa Gateway Airport), Santa Maria, Spokane and Stockton. Nonstop service to Hawaii was also planned from Monterey, CA but was not actually operated.

Allegiant then began to reduce its Hawaii service and currently only operates Las Vegas-Honolulu nonstops with all Honolulu service scheduled to end in November 2017 due to Allegiant determining that the extensive and costly maintenance check that happens about every six years and costs upwards of $1 million would not be efficient on the aircraft they fly to Hawaii.

In September 2010, Allegiant began to reconfigure their MD-80 fleet from 150 seats to 166 seats per plane. The project would involve removing galleys from the planes to add the 16 additional seats. All of the MD-80 conversions were completed by the end of September 2013.

In July 2012, Allegiant announced the future addition of the Airbus A319-100 aircraft to its fleet. The aircraft are used and formerly belonged to easyJet and Cebu Pacific. All of them are high-density A319s, fitted with four overwing exits, allowing 156 seats.

Two former easyJet aircraft entered service in 2013, with another in 2014 and 6 in 2015. In December 2012, Allegiant cancelled the agreement with Cebu Pacific citing an inability to agree on economic provisions

On May 1, 2013, Allegiant purchased another A319 aircraft previously operated by easyJet and would enter service in the third quarter of 2013.

On February 23, 2015, Allegiant purchased 6 more A319s from Cebu Pacific which will be delivered starting this year until 2016.

In 2013, Allegiant acquired 9 Airbus A320-200 aircraft from Spanish flag carrier Iberia. Seven of the A320s were delivered in 2013 and were used for growth into new markets, including destinations in Mexico, the Rocky Mountains as well as airfields such as Charlottesville and Shenandoah Valley in Virginia and Trenton, New Jersey.

On February 24, 2015, Allegiant announced the purchase of 2 additional A320s from Philippine Airlines which entered into service in 2015. Later in 2015 the airline announced a firm order for an Airbus A320 direct from Airbus, the first time it has directly purchased new aircraft from the supplier.

In May 2017, Allegiant Air took delivery of its first brand new A320. Allegiant will take delivery of 10 new A320s in 2017 and 2 in 2018. All new Allegiant Airbuses will be painted in Allegiant’s new livery at the time it is delivered.

Old Allegiant Airbuses will be repainted during their C-checks. MD-80 aircraft will be retired with Allegiant old liveries. All new Airbuses will have sharklets and painted in Allegiant’s new livery.

The new A320’s seat 186 passengers, an increase of the 177 seats that are found in the rest of the Allegiant A320 fleet. “To fit the additional nine seats, Allegiant opted for the Airbus Space-Flex V2 Lavatory.”

On October 31, 2017, the final 757 was retired from service, leaving Allegiant with two fleet types. All remaining MD-80s are scheduled to be retired by November 2018. Source : Wikipedia

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Allegiant Air Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-83 Aircraft Details and Pictures

Allegiant Air Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-83 Aircraft Details and Pictures. Currently Allegiant Air operated 27 McDonnell Douglas MD-83 to serves several routes.

This aircraft is old, and soon will be retired. Allegiant Air McDonnell Douglas MD-83 to be replaced with Airbus A320 family aircraft (A319 and A320). Last flights scheduled for November 28, 2018.

Allegiant flies this MD-83 aircraft in a one class configuration with 166 standard Economy seats. None of the seats on this aircraft recline. “Legroom +” seats offer 4 inches of extra legroom.

On average, Allegiant charges $6-32 more for these seats. Please contact the airline for more information.

Allegiant Air McDonnell Douglas MD-83 Old Livery [N869GA] landing in LAX
Allegiant Air McDonnell Douglas MD-83 Old Livery [N869GA] landing in LAX

Allegiant Air Fleet McDonnell Douglas MD-83 In-flight amenities

Allegiant Air offers a variety of sodas, juices, alcoholic beverages, snacks and merchandise onboard every flight for purchase. Hot water/coffee is no longer available. For more information, please visit In-Flight Services.

Allegiant Air Fleet Development (Size, Aircraft Model, Fleet History)

Allegiant Air once was the only U.S.-based carrier to have operated all five subtypes of the MD-80 series. On January 4, 2010, the SAS Group sold 18 surplus MD-80 series aircraft, built in the 1980s, to Allegiant Travel Company.

In April 2010, Allegiant purchased six Boeing 757-200 aircraft from Thomson Airways for flights to Hawaii with the delivery of the first two in the following months.

In September 2011, Allegiant Air introduced the 757 into service from their main hub in Las Vegas. Allegiant later began using the ETOPS configured 757s for service to Hawaii.

Fresno and Las Vegas were the inaugural destinations with nonstop service to Honolulu, Hawaii. Nonstop service to Honolulu was then added from Bellingham, Boise, Eugene, Phoenix (via Mesa Gateway Airport), Santa Maria, Spokane and Stockton. Nonstop service to Hawaii was also planned from Monterey, CA but was not actually operated.

Allegiant then began to reduce its Hawaii service and currently only operates Las Vegas-Honolulu nonstops with all Honolulu service scheduled to end in November 2017 due to Allegiant determining that the extensive and costly maintenance check that happens about every six years and costs upwards of $1 million would not be efficient on the aircraft they fly to Hawaii.

In September 2010, Allegiant began to reconfigure their MD-80 fleet from 150 seats to 166 seats per plane. The project would involve removing galleys from the planes to add the 16 additional seats. All of the MD-80 conversions were completed by the end of September 2013.

In July 2012, Allegiant announced the future addition of the Airbus A319-100 aircraft to its fleet. The aircraft are used and formerly belonged to easyJet and Cebu Pacific. All of them are high-density A319s, fitted with four overwing exits, allowing 156 seats.

Two former easyJet aircraft entered service in 2013, with another in 2014 and 6 in 2015. In December 2012, Allegiant cancelled the agreement with Cebu Pacific citing an inability to agree on economic provisions

On May 1, 2013, Allegiant purchased another A319 aircraft previously operated by easyJet and would enter service in the third quarter of 2013.

On February 23, 2015, Allegiant purchased 6 more A319s from Cebu Pacific which will be delivered starting this year until 2016.

In 2013, Allegiant acquired 9 Airbus A320-200 aircraft from Spanish flag carrier Iberia. Seven of the A320s were delivered in 2013 and were used for growth into new markets, including destinations in Mexico, the Rocky Mountains as well as airfields such as Charlottesville and Shenandoah Valley in Virginia and Trenton, New Jersey.

On February 24, 2015, Allegiant announced the purchase of 2 additional A320s from Philippine Airlines which entered into service in 2015. Later in 2015 the airline announced a firm order for an Airbus A320 direct from Airbus, the first time it has directly purchased new aircraft from the supplier.

In May 2017, Allegiant Air took delivery of its first brand new A320. Allegiant will take delivery of 10 new A320s in 2017 and 2 in 2018. All new Allegiant Airbuses will be painted in Allegiant’s new livery at the time it is delivered.

Old Allegiant Airbuses will be repainted during their C-checks. MD-80 aircraft will be retired with Allegiant old liveries. All new Airbuses will have sharklets and painted in Allegiant’s new livery.

The new A320’s seat 186 passengers, an increase of the 177 seats that are found in the rest of the Allegiant A320 fleet. “To fit the additional nine seats, Allegiant opted for the Airbus Space-Flex V2 Lavatory.”

On October 31, 2017, the final 757 was retired from service, leaving Allegiant with two fleet types. All remaining MD-80s are scheduled to be retired by November 2018. Source : Wikipedia

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Allegiant Air Fleet Airbus A320-200 Aircraft Details and Pictures

Allegiant Air Fleet Airbus A320-200 Aircraft Details and Pictures. As a Ultra Low Cost Carrier (ULCC) airlines, Allegiant Air operated some aircraft model, one of them is narrow body twin jet Airbus A320-200.

Currently Allegiant Air operated 54 Airbus A320-200, and placed 5 orders more. This aircraft share similar configuration with the Airbus A319-100.

Allegiant flies this Airbus A320-200 aircraft in a one class configuration with 177 standard Economy seats. None of the seats on this aircraft recline. “Legroom +” seats offer 4 inches of extra legroom.

On average, Allegiant charges $6-32 more for these seats. Please contact the airline for more information about this.

Allegiant Air Airbus A320-200 at Gerald R. Ford International Airport
Allegiant Air Airbus A320-200 at Gerald R. Ford International Airport

Airbus A320-200 Allegiant Air Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraft
N215NVAirbus A320-214
N216NVAirbus A320-214
N217NVAirbus A320-214
N218NVAirbus A320-214
N219NVAirbus A320-214
N220NVAirbus A320-214
N221NVAirbus A320-214
N222NVAirbus A320-214
N223NVAirbus A320-214
N224NVAirbus A320-214
N225NVAirbus A320-214
N226NVAirbus A320-214
N227NVAirbus A320-214
N228NVAirbus A320-214
N229NVAirbus A320-214
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Allegiant Air Fleet Airbus A320-200 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Narrow-body aircraft Airbus A320-200 operated by Allegiant Air may transport 177 passengers. All 177 seats of the airplane are the seats of economy class.

This aircraft offers 18 seats that are designated as legroom + seats. These are the seats 1DEF, 2ABC and the seats of the 12th and 14th row.

To reserve these seats an additional fee must be paid. Passengers of these seats will feel comfortable thanks to extra space for their legs.

However there are also some disadvantages. So, the seats 1DEF and 2ABC have no floor storage during take-off and landing, are narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests making them immovable.

Also other passengers tend to congregate in the area of these seats in order to visit lavatories and causing discomfort to passengers of these seats.

The seats of the 12th and 14th row are considered the best seats. The seats of the 12th row have the following disadvantages: lack of floor storage during take-off and landing and reduced width.

Close location of the lavatories will represent problem for passengers of the seats 30C and 30D and of the seats of the last 31st row.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A320-200 Allegiant Air

Narrow-body aircraft Airbus A320-200 (320) Allegiant Air has two classes (coach and legroom+) on board with total of 177 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map Airbus A320-200 Allegiant Air Seating Chart Picture
Seat Map Airbus A320-200 Allegiant Air Seating Chart Picture

Allegiant Air A320-200 Seating Details

ClassPitchWidthRowSeats
legroom +3417118
coach30172 – 31159

Airbus A320-200 Allegiant Air Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Food. Allegiant Air offers a variety of sodas, juices, alcoholic beverages, snacks and merchandise onboard every flight for purchase. Hot water/coffee is no longer available. For more information, please visit In-Flight Services.

Allegiant Air Fleet Narrow Body Twin Jet Airbus A320-200 Images Gallery

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