D-AIAC (Condor)

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D-AIAC

   Airline

Condor

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Model

Airbus A321

Build / Age

2014 / 10 years

Passengers

185 / 220

Crew

2

Aircraft Airbus A321 is registered in Germany with tail number D-AIAC. It is operated by Condor and its age is 10 years (built in 2014). The aircraft weight is 47500 kg and it has 2 engines Jet with power of 140,6 kN kN each. The length of the plane is 44.51 m. The height of the plane is 11.76 m. The wing span is 34.09 m.

Technical Specifications of aircraft D-AIAC ( Airbus A321 )

Length

44.51 m

Height

11.76 m

Wing Span

34.09 m

Speed

904 km/h

Ceiling

12131 m

Range

5600 km

Engine number
2 x Jet
Engine model
IAE International Aero Engines V2533-A5
Engine power
140,6 kN
Weight (empty)
47500 kg
Weight (takeoff)
93000 kg
Weight (landing)
77800 kg
RollOut
-
Registered
-
First Flight
-

Last 10 Flights of aircraft D-AIAC (Airbus A321)

Date Flight Departure Airport Arrival Airport Scheduled Estimated
Departure Arrival Departure Arrival
24 Feb Gran Canaria () Leipzig Halle () 12:15 WET 18:05 CET 14:23 WET 18:23 CET
24 Feb Leipzig Halle () Gran Canaria () 06:55 CET 11:00 WET 07:14 CET 09:19 WET
23 Feb Tenerife Sur () Leipzig Halle () 14:55 WET 20:50 CET 16:48 WET 20:56 CET
23 Feb Frankfurt Main () Tenerife Sur () 09:35 CET 13:15 WET 09:54 CET 13:14 WET
22 Feb Madeira () Frankfurt Main () 16:30 WET 21:40 CET 17:09 WET 21:37 CET
22 Feb Tenerife Sur () Dusseldorf () 13:45 WET 19:15 CET 15:21 WET 16:29 CET
22 Feb Dusseldorf () Madeira () 12:05 CET 15:10 WET 12:18 CET 14:47 WET
17 Feb Pristina () Dusseldorf () 18:00 CET 20:45 CET 18:31 CET 20:18 CET
17 Feb Dusseldorf () Pristina () 14:25 CET 17:00 CET 14:46 CET 16:31 CET
16 Feb Lanzarote () Dusseldorf () 12:30 WET 17:55 CET 13:55 WET 17:56 CET
Disclaimer for aircraft D-AIAC data
D-AIAC (Airbus A321) current position is received via ADS-B. Technical specifications, dimensions, weights and dates are derived from PlaneMapper database. The data is for informational purposes only and PlaneMapper is not responsible for the accuracy and reliability of aircraft D-AIAC data.