The Airbus A220 is a family of five-abreast narrow-body airliners by Airbus Canada Limited Partnership. It was originally designed by Bombardier and had two years in service as the Bombardier CSeries. The program was launched on 13 July 2008, the smaller A220-100 (formerly CS100) made its maiden flight on 16 … See more
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Fokker was the manufacturer of the 100-seat Fokker 100 short-haul aircraft. On 5 February 1996, Bombardier began discussions with Fokker about acquiring that company’s … See more
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There are two main variants: the shorter A220-100 including the ACJ TwoTwenty business jet version, and the 3.7 metres longer A220-300. Their commonality over 99% allows a common See more
Accidents (zero data)
The A220 family has zero accidents to date.
Incidents (engine related)
After three inflight shutdowns in July, September, and October 2019, Swiss International Air Lines temporarily … See more
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What is the Airbus A220?
The Airbus A220 is a family of narrow-body airliner designed by Bombardier Aerospace as the Bombardier CSeries.
What makes the A220 so fuel-efficient?
With a bypass ratio of 12:1 – among the highest of any turbofan engine in the world – these powerplants contribute to the A220’s 25% lower fuel burn per seat when compared to previous-generation aircraft, as well as half the noise footprint and decreased emissions.
Where is the A220 being built?
^ "Airbus in Alabama: A220 Production Begins". Airliner World. October 2019: 16. ^ "Airbus begins U.S. production of A220 aircraft" (Press release). Airbus. 5 August 2019. Archived from the original on 6 August 2019.
What is the A220 family like to fly?
From the start, the single-aisle A220 Family was designed to feel like a wide-body aircraft. The cabin provides passengers with wide seats and generous personal space for a super comfortable experience.
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