Introducing the A321XLR, delivering unbeatable fuel efficiency with extra-long range, flying up to 4,700nm. Available from 2023, the A321XLR will feature latest Airspace By Airbus cabin amenities for best in class travel experience with 40% larger bins and full connectivity, while consuming 30% less fuel per seat than previous-generation aircraft The A321XLR is extending the single-aisle jetliner offer as Airbus\u2019 next evolutionary step for the A321neo Family, with a service entry planned in 2023. It will offer even more range \u2013 up to 4,700 nm (8,700 km) \u2013 in a comfortable 2-class layout, thanks to an increased maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) of 101 tonnes, which enables the jetliner to be fitted with a permanent Rear Centre Tank (carrying 12,900 litres of fuel) and an optional forward Additional Centre Tank. Aerodynamic-enhancing Sharklets on the wings and fuel-efficient engines ensure outstanding environmental performance: 20% lower fuel burn per seat, 5,000 tonnes less CO2 per year, and a noise footprint that is 50% lower for passengers and airports. Configured with true long-haul full flat seats \u2013 or up to 244 passengers in single class layouts \u2013 the A321XLR cabin will benefit from the \u201cAirspace by Airbus\u201d interior, featuring a range of cabin elements providing both tangible benefits for passengers and differentiation for airlines. With the A321XLR, the A320neo Family not only will share common cockpit ergonomics with the Airbus wide-body jetliners, but also will have a common cabin design language and the latest technology. Among the new interior\u2019s enhanced elements are the largest overhead storage compartment (called \u201cXL bins\u201d) with 40% more volume, as well as iconic ceiling lighting, new sidewall panels, a new lavatory design, new window bezels, and coloured LED lighting for the cabin. With single-aisle flight times growing longer with the A320neo\u2019s increased range, Airbus prioritises in-flight wireless connectivity to enhance the passenger experience, while also keeping cabin personnel and flight crews informed of the on-board status.