Airbus will showcase the two largest corporate jets being exhibited at the EBACE show in Geneva – an Airbus ACJ and an A320 Prestige - both of which are being exhibited for the first time.
The Airbus ACJ is operated by K5-Aviation GmbH and features a cabin completed by Fokker Services that features seating around tables, a lounge area, and a private office/bedroom with ensuite bathroom and shower.
The new Airbus A320 is managed by Comlux and is available for VVIP charter. Its cabin - the first ever completed by Comlux America - comprises a lounge area, a private office/bedroom with ensuite bathroom and shower and several rows of first-class seating.
Airbus corporate jets such as the ACJ and A320 Prestige feature cabins that are around twice as wide as traditional corporate jets, but with similar external dimensions, delivering unequalled comfort, space and value.
This allows them to take into the air the comfort, space and practicality of their living and working environments at home and in the office, more generously than in any other business jet.
Airbus corporate jets are derived from the world’s most modern airliner family, which makes them unique in delivering all of the benefits that modern technology has to offer, such as fuel, weight and maintenance-saving airframes, as well as a choice of efficient engines.
They give customers the comfort that they want in the size that they need, because customers can chose from the largest spread of aircraft sizes available, as well as the youngest family around.
Airbus corporate jets are capable of flying 19 to more than 100 passengers inter-continentally which, for the company’s VIP widebodies, effectively means nonstop to the world.
Airbus corporate jets have won more than 170 sales to date, and are flying on every continent, including Antarctica.