Lufthansa Fleet Airbus A321-100/200 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Lufthansa operated 63 narrow-body aircraft Airbus A321.
20 aircraft is A321-100, and 43 aircraft is A321-200.
Airbus A321 is the largest of its family.
The Airbus A321-100/200 operate a variety of domestic and European short and medium haul routes.
It represents a stretched-fuselage variant of the Airbus A320 and entered service in 1994 with Lufthansa, around six years after the original A320.
The aircraft shares a common type rating with all other Airbus A320 family variants, allowing existing A320 family pilots to fly the aircraft without the need for further training.
Airbus A321-100/200 Lufthansa Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number
|D-AIRA||Airbus A321-100||Jan 1994||Finkenwerder|
|D-AIRB||Airbus A321-100||Feb 1994||Baden-Baden|
|D-AIRC||Airbus A321-100||Feb 1994||Erlangen|
|D-AIRD||Airbus A321-100||Mar 1994||Coburg|
|D-AIRE||Airbus A321-100||Apr 1994||Osnabrück|
|D-AIRF||Airbus A321-100||May 1994||Kempten|
|D-AIRH||Airbus A321-100||Jul 1994||Garmisch-Partenkirchen|
|D-AIRK||Airbus A321-100||Jul 1994||Freudenstadt/Schwarzwald|
|D-AIRL||Airbus A321-100||Sep 1994||Kulmbach|
|D-AIRM||Airbus A321-100||Feb 1995||Darmstadt|
|D-AIRN||Airbus A321-100||Dec 1995||Kaiserslautern|
|D-AIRO||Airbus A321-100||Dec 1995||Konstanz|
|D-AIRP||Airbus A321-100||Jan 1996||Lüneburg|
|D-AIRR||Airbus A321-100||Jan 1996||Wismar|
|D-AIRS||Airbus A321-100||Apr 1996||Husum|
|D-AIRT||Airbus A321-100||Mar 1997||Regensburg|
|D-AIRU||Airbus A321-100||Jul 1997||Würzburg|
|D-AIRW||Airbus A321-100||Aug 1997||Heilbronn|
|D-AIRX||Airbus A321-100||Oct 1998||Weimar|
|D-AIRY||Airbus A321-100||Nov 1998||Die Maus cs|
|D-AIDA||Airbus A321-200||Jun 2010||Pforzheim|
|D-AIDB||Airbus A321-200||Dec 2010||Bayreuth|
|D-AIDC||Airbus A321-200||Jan 2011||Bamberg|
|D-AIDD||Airbus A321-200||Feb 2011||Wilhelmshaven|
|D-AIDE||Airbus A321-200||Feb 2011||Dessau|
|D-AIDF||Airbus A321-200||Mar 2011||Worms|
|D-AIDG||Airbus A321-200||Apr 2011||Esslingen|
|D-AIDH||Airbus A321-200||May 2011||Hildesheim|
|D-AIDI||Airbus A321-200||Jun 2011||Salzgitter|
|D-AIDJ||Airbus A321-200||Jul 2011||Remscheid|
|D-AIDK||Airbus A321-200||Aug 2011||Iserlohn|
|D-AIDL||Airbus A321-200||Nov 2011||Reutlingen|
|D-AIDM||Airbus A321-200||Nov 2011||Recklinghausen|
|D-AIDN||Airbus A321-200||Dec 2011||Neuss|
|D-AIDO||Airbus A321-200||Jan 2012|
|D-AIDP||Airbus A321-200||Feb 2012||Paderborn|
|D-AIDQ||Airbus A321-200||Feb 2012|
|D-AIDT||Airbus A321-200||Mar 2012|
|D-AIDU||Airbus A321-200||Jun 2012|
|D-AIDV||Airbus A321-200||Dec 2012||Retro cs|
|D-AIDW||Airbus A321-200||Jan 2015|
|D-AIDX||Airbus A321-200||Feb 2015|
|D-AISB||Airbus A321-200||Sep 1999||Hameln|
|D-AISC||Airbus A321-200||Jan 2000||Speyer|
|D-AISD||Airbus A321-200||May 2000||Chemnitz|
|D-AISF||Airbus A321-200||Jun 2000||Lippstadt|
|D-AISG||Airbus A321-200||Jul 2000||Dormagen|
|D-AISH||Airbus A321-200||Oct 2007||Wetzlar|
|D-AISI||Airbus A321-200||December 2007||Bergheim|
|D-AISJ||Airbus A321-200||Jan 2008||Gütersloh|
|D-AISK||Airbus A321-200||Feb 2008||Emden|
|D-AISL||Airbus A321-200||Mar 2008||Arnsberg|
|D-AISN||Airbus A321-200||Jul 2008||Göppingen|
|D-AISO||Airbus A321-200||Aug 2008||Bocholt|
|D-AISP||Airbus A321-200||Apr 2009||Rosenheim|
|D-AISQ||Airbus A321-200||Jun 2009||Lindau|
|D-AISR||Airbus A321-200||Jul 2009||Donauwörth|
|D-AIST||Airbus A321-200||Aug 2009||Erbach/Odenwald|
|D-AISU||Airbus A321-200||Aug 2009||Nördlingen|
|D-AISV||Airbus A321-200||Sep 2009||Bingen am Rhein|
|D-AISW||Airbus A321-200||Oct 2009||Stade|
|D-AISX||Airbus A321-200||Oct 2009||Celle|
|D-AISZ||Airbus A321-200||Nov 2009||Eberswalde|
Lufthansa Fleet Airbus A321-100/200 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout
This A321-100/200 aircraft is the newest configuration of this aircraft type, ranging from rows 1-38.
It features Lufthansa’s Europa Cabin which has two additional rows and thinner seats than previous.
This aircraft operates in a Business and Economy Class configuration.
The number of seats per cabin is variable and may have as few as three rows of Business Class to a maximum of nine.
The maximum size of Business Class is illustrated in this map.
Business Class seats are the same as Economy with the middle seat left empty.
In Business Class, there is no longer a middle dividing table in this newest version.
Economy was configured 3-3 (A-B-C, D-E-F), while business was across 12 rows (no row 13) in a 2-2 (A-C, D-F) layout with the middle seat kept free.
The product in both classes is the airline’s new “Lufthansa European” seat with thinner cushions and narrower armrests to allow more space.
It was well designed, smart and comfortable, with smooth two-tone grey leather upholstery, sturdy seat-back tray tables with a magazine slot behind them, and a mesh pocket for personal items below in front of your knees.
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A321-100/200 Lufthansa
Seats in Lufthansa Airbus A321-100/200 are divided into two classes.
Business class may transport 30 passengers.
The seats in this class have 2-2 configuration.
All middle seats, i.e. B and E seats are left empty.
The seats 1A, 1C and 2D, 2F have extra legroom due to position of the bulkhead.
However, close location to the galley may be bothersome.
Also these seats have no floor storage during take-off and landing.
The seats 2C and 2D are a little narrower than standard as the tray tables are in the armrests.
Economy class includes 160 standard seats.
The seats of the 9th row may have less space for passengers’ legs due to the bulkhead position.
The seat 9A has no window.
The seat 9E is 2 inches narrower than other seats on the airplane.
Two seats of the 10th row, 10E and 10F have extra legroom due to the exit row located in front.
The seat 10F is missing window.
The seats 11ABC and 11D are considered best seats as passengers of these seats will feel comfortable here thanks to extra legroom provided by exit row and missing seats in front.
The width of the seat 11D is a little narrower as the tray table is in the armrest making it immovable.
The seats of the 25th row are not reclining as behind them exit row is located.
Passengers of the seats of 26th row will take advantage of extra legroom due to the emergency exit in front.
As the tray tables are built-in the armrest the width of these seats is reduced a little.
These seats also have no floor storage during take-off and landing.
The seats 26A and 26F are missing windows.
The seat 27D has also extra space for passenger’s legs due to the position of the crew seat in front.
However, the width of this seat is reduced a little.
The only disadvantage of the seats 36C, 36D and 37C, 37D is their close location to the lavatories.
The seats of the last 38th row may be not reclining or have limited recline.
Proximity to the lavatories and galley may be bothersome.
Airbus A321-100/200 Lufthansa Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information
- Audio. A total of 20 aircraft is equipped with wireless inflight entertainment which can be used on personal electronic devices such as laptop, smartphone or tablet. For further information please click here.
- Video. A total of 20 aircraft is equipped with wireless inflight entertainment which can be used on personal electronic devices such as laptop, smartphone or tablet. For further information please click here.
- Food. Complimentary beverages are provided on all flights. Snack and meal service varies depending on the length of route.
Lufthansa Aircraft Fleet Narrow-Body Airbus A321-100/200 Images Gallery
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