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The ACJ318 offers a selection of seating arrangements and options. Outfitted in partnership with Lufthansa Technik with an exclusive cabin optimised for private and business use as well as VIP Charter.
4,200 nm 7,800 kmRange
Typical seating x 8 8
Wing span 111 ft 11 in 34.1 m
Overall length 103 ft 2 in 31.44 m
Height 41 ft 2 in 12.56 m
|Length||103 ft 2 in 31.44 m|
|Fuselage width||13 ft 0 in 3.95 m|
|Wing span (geometric)||111 ft 11 in 34.1 m|
|Height||41 ft 2 in 12.56 m|
|Track||24 ft 11 in 7.59 m|
|Wheelbase||33 ft 8 in 10.25 m|
Key performance data
|Typical PAX in VIP configuration||8 8|
|Range||4,200 nm 7,800 km|
|Take-off run||5,860 ft 1,780 m|
|Landing run||4,050 ft 1,230 m|
|Maximum operating Speed||M0.82 M0.82|
|Ceiling||41,000 ft 12,500 m|
|Engines thrust||22,000 to 24,000 lb slst 96 to 106 kN|
Aircraft weights and fuel capacity
|Max ramp weight||150.8 lb x 1000 68.4 tonnes|
|Max take-off weight||149.9 lb x 1000 68.0 tonnes|
|Max landing weight||126.8 lb x 1000 57.5 tonnes|
|Max zero fuel weight||120.2 lb x 1000 54.5 tonnes|
|Max fuel capacity||with 2 ACTs 7,260 USG with 2 ACTs 27,490 litres|
|Cabin length||70 ft 11 in 21.62 m|
|Cabin width||12 ft 1 in 3.7 m|
|Cabin height||7 ft 4 in 2.25 m|
|Cabin floor area gross||799 ft2 74.20 m2|
External dimensions shown for Sharklets equipped aircraft.
Cabin dimensions shown for VIP configuration.
Take-off distance at SL, ISA, MTOW
Landing distance at SL, ISA, MLW
Highest design weights options shown
Range at 8 pax, NBAA, IFR profile
A modern flight deck with commonality
All Airbus corporate jets in production today feature a common cockpit, with the same layout of instruments and controls, plus similar handling qualities and procedures – making it easier for pilots to transition from one type to another, while saving time and money.
These cockpits feature fly-by-wire controls and protection that are the new industry standard, as well as side-stick controllers for fingertip manoeuvrability. These side-stick controllers also enable pull-out tables, making it easier to complete paperwork or eat a meal.
Airbus corporate jets were the first to introduce fly-by-wire controls in a business jet, and remain the only family that features this new standard in every aircraft in production today.
Airbus’s common cockpits continue to evolve to embrace new technologies such as liquid crystal displays (LCDs) instead of cathode ray tubes (CRTs), while maintaining their commonality, providing pilots with a modern and comfortable working environment.
Airbus corporate jets also feature more navigation aids as standard, including satellite navigation, and are the only aircraft certificated from the start for Category 3B autoland capability, allowing them to land at suitably-equipped airports when others have to go elsewhere.
Did you know?
More than 170 Airbus corporate jets have been sold and are flying on every continent, including Antarctica.