Airbus A321
The Default Airbus A321






Microsoft Corporation

Flight Simulator X Edition

Standard Edition or Higher

The Airbus A321 (also refered to as: A321) is one of the many default Jet Engined powered aircraft from Microsoft Flight Simulator X. This plane, unlike any other airliner aircraft, uses a sidestick controller instead of a yoke. The Airbus A321 is a stretched version of Airbus’ best-selling short- and medium-range A320. The A321 has a slightly increased wing area, stronger landing gear with larger tires, and engines with increased thrust. When the A321 entered service in 1988, it pioneered the use of “glass cockpit” instrumentation, the first digital fly-by-wire control system used in an airliner, and sidestick controllers.

The A321 is typically used for medium to long haul flights.

Aircraft SpecificationsEdit


The Microsoft's Airbus A321's typical seat configuration is 220 seats.


The Microsoft's Airbus A321 is equipied with two IAE V2533-A5 engines.

Other SpecificationsEdit

Aircraft Specifications
U.S. Measurement Metric
Cruise Speed 530 mph 828 km/h
Maximum Range 2,454 NM 4,352 km
Service Ceiling 41,000 ft 12,497 m
Fuel Capacity 62,500 lb 28,800 kg
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