What aircraft do Spanair have?
The current fleet comprises 36 aircraft as follows:
5 AIRBUS 321, 212 seats
19 AIRBUS 320, 156-180 seats
8 MD (81/82/83/87), 145/153/170/109 seats
4 BOEING 717, 115 seats
The Airbus Industrie is a consortium of four of the most prestigious aeronautic firms in Europe: CASA for Spain, Aeroespatial MATRA for France, British Aerospace and Daimler-Chrysler Aerospace for Germany.
The Airbus family is an ambitious project of technological innovation focussed on passenger comfort.
The first of the 23 Airbus family A320 and A321 aircraft, incorporated in their fleet during the last years, was handed over to Spanair on 29th September 2000.
The first plane was christened Camilo José Cela after the Nobel prize-winner.
Greater cabin capacity in addition to noise and contamination reduction, are some of the factors contributing to a great quality service for the passenger.
The MD80 series comprises planes with a seating capacity of 149 to 170. These planes require a minimum crew of two pilots and at least four cabin crew members. They are the most appropriate for domestic or European flights.
Built by McDonnell Douglas at Long Beach, California, USA.
Length: 41.26 m
Width between wings: 32.85 m
The B717-200 have different configurations that can have a size from 115 to 120 seats. This planes require a minimum crew of two pilots and three stewardesses. They are very appropriate for short flights or domestic flights in Europe.
Built by Boeing in Long Beach, California, USA.
Length: 28.44 m
Width between wings: 37.80 m
Seats: 115 a 120