Comfort & space
A better way to fly
With the widest and tallest cabin of any business jet, there is no better way to fly than in an Airbus corporate jet derived from the modern A320 Family. All the aircraft feature a cabin that is around twice as wide as traditional business jets, without taking up much more ramp space.
With the range to fly non-stop intercontinentally, as well as within continents, these aircraft deliver unequalled comfort, space and freedom of movement on every trip.
The ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and ACJ321 also are unique in offering domed ceilings, which give an even greater feeling of space and elegance, along with increased cabin height. In addition, the ACJ319 Elegance complements Airbus’ popular fully-customizable ACJ319, with a simplified modular cabin that offers simplicity, speed and savings, while still delivering the company’s unmatched comfort, space and style.
Building on widest and tallest cabin that is already the cornerstone of the corporate jet series’ success around the world, Airbus has launched two new versions – the ACJ319neo (new engine option) and ACJ320neo. The ACJneo Family capitalises on the latest engine choices offered for the modern A320 Family, as well as other improvements in cabin comfort and fuel capacity to offer customers more comfort, range and efficiency.
ACJneo corporate jets will provide enhanced comfort for passengers, featuring a lower cabin altitude – equivalent to an average of less than 6,400 ft – which creates an atmosphere closer to what is experienced on the ground.
With more comfort, capacity and capability, Airbus’ VIP widebodies offer the ultimate in space as well as ‘nonstop to the world’ range. Providing the capacity to house more of the lounges, offices, bedrooms and bathrooms found in smaller aircraft, the Airbus ACJ330, ACJ340, ACJ350 XWB and ACJ380 are the largest and most modern corporate jets that money can buy.
Continuing its reputation for incorporating innovation in the Airbus corporate jet family, the company launched its Summit VIP cabin concept for the ACJ330 in 2014. This interior layout features a bedroom with ensuite bathroom at the front, followed by working areas and a conference and dining room, then airline-style first-class and economy seating at the rear.
So whether the need is to carry an extended family or a large government delegation, Airbus VIP widebodies are well suited to the task, offering unmatched space for whatever home and office comfort customers want to take into the air.
Space that goes a long way
The further you fly, the more important comfort becomes, and Airbus corporate jets deliver more comfort, space and freedom of movement than any other business jet existing or planned.
Airbus’ A320 Family-derived corporate jets have cabins that are almost twice as wide as traditional business jets, yet have a wingspan and length similar to traditional business jets – providing more benefits for passengers where it counts: in the cabin.
Their wide and tall cabins make it possible to accommodate features such as a circular table that seats six, right-sized bedrooms with proper corridors alongside them, and spacious bathrooms with showers – allowing customers to fly with the comfort and space they enjoy in their home or office.
Whether passengers want to socialize, work or relax, there is no better environment in the air than an Airbus corporate jet cabin. The large cabins of Airbus’ ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ319neo, ACJ320, ACJ320neo and ACJ321 can also carry more passengers than traditional jets, allowing the private transport of larger executive, family or government groups.
The enhanced ACJneo Family also offers up to five additional centre tanks in the cargo hold for the ACJ319neo and up to four additional centre tanks for the ACJ320neo. This extra fuel capacity literally goes a long way – allowing for increased range for corporate jet passengers, while still accommodating baggage underfloor.
And for passengers that want even more comfort, capacity and capability, Airbus offers VIP versions of its widebody aircraft.
Did you know?
More than 170 Airbus corporate jets have been sold and are flying on every continent, including Antarctica.