The A320 flies at about 515 mph.
The A320 flies using the state of the art FLY-BY-WIRE Technology. The A320 is the pioneer of this technology. Basically you just enter the Speed, Heading, Altitude, and Coordinates in the Flight Computer. And the plane will just fly automatically. The A320 also uses joystick controls along with the Airbus aircraft. (Except the A300)
The A 320's max speed is 537 mph.
The A320 Airbus can fly 3,400 mi. (V2525); 3,500 mi. (CFM56) with optional long-range Fuel Tanks
An Airbus A320 typically flies at a cruising speed of around Mach 0.78, which is approximately 828 km/h (514 mph) or 470 knots. However, the exact speed can vary based on several factors such as the weight of the aircraft, weather conditions, and flight conditions.
A fully laden A320-200 as operated by JetBlue has a maximum operating range of 3,700 miles (5,900 km). Enough to fly New York (EWR) to Boston (BOS) return 9 times.
The can Airbus A380-800 can fly at the full speed of 630 miles per hour.
The standard A319 with wing 'sharklets' can fly about 4,100 miles. This is further than most aircraft of the A320 ' family 'The standard A319 with wing 'sharklets' can fly about 4,100 miles. This is further than most aircraft of the A320 ' family '
Currently, Jet Blue operate the following fleet: Airbus A320-200 (120) Embraer 190 (49) They do have more planes on order- again mainly airbus type aircraft.
Until July, 1996 only Boeing 737-300s were used on the Sydney-Adelaide route. After this month and until the airline's collapde one Boeing 737-300 and one Airbus A320 were used on the route. During the brief time of Ansett Mark II one Airbus A320 was used on the daily Sydney-Adeliade flight.
None: there is no such thing as an Airbus 390.