Airbus Corporate Jets is exhibiting an ACJ318 at the MEBAA show, highlighting the greater comfort and space that its ACJ320 Family offers when compared with traditional business jets.
The aircraft, which has the widest and tallest cabin of any business jet while being similar in size externally, is operated by Nasjet. Its cabin has several lounge areas, an office that converts to a bedroom, bathrooms and extensive stowage space. Delivering intercontinental range, the ACJ318 can fly nonstop Middle East-Europe, and is certificated to carry 19 passengers.
“Airbus corporate jets deliver a heritage of comfort, space and reliability that is unmatched in the business jet world, so when you fly to save time, you’ll find that time flies in an ACJ,” comments Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers John Leahy.
Airbus corporate jets have a strong presence in the important Middle East and North African region, with around 60 of them in service with companies, individuals and governments.
Airbus corporate jets have long set the industry standard in enhanced protection fly-by-wire controls, time and cost-saving centralised maintenance, and weight-saving carbonfibre.
They now go even farther, offering fuel-saving new-generation engines and Sharklets in the ACJ320neo Family, which bring even more of the world within nonstop reach.
Airbus Corporate Jets designs, builds and supports the world’s largest and most modern business jet family, which ranges from the ACJ318 to the ACJ380.
More than 180 Airbus corporate jets are in service worldwide, connecting travellers on every continent, including Antarctica.
Source: Airbus, an EADS N.V. company (Paris: EAD.PA)
Date: Dec 1, 2016