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Airbus is displaying an ACJ319 at EBACE
10 May 2012 Commercial Aircraft

Airbus is displaying an ACJ319 at EBACE

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Features widest and tallest cabin of any business jet

Airbus is again exhibiting an ACJ319 at the EBACE show in Geneva, giving visitors the opportunity to see how the widest and tallest corporate jet cabin fits into the same ramp space as traditional business jets.
The Airbus ACJ319 is the newest in the Comlux fleet, is being exhibited for the first time, and features a cabin by Comlux America. It is certificated to carry 19 passengers, and features lounge areas, club seating and two private rooms that convert to bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite bathroom.
More than 15 Airbus corporate jets are offered for VVIP charter worldwide by almost 15 companies, highlighting their popular appeal.
“Exhibiting an Airbus corporate jet alongside traditional offerings from other manufacturers allows potential customers to see and touch what we have to offer, which is quite simply the best cabin in the sky,” comments Airbus COO, Customers, John Leahy. “Airbus corporate jet cabins offer more where it counts, in comfort, space and freedom of movement,” he adds.
With extra fuel-tanks for intercontinental range, the Airbus ACJ319 can fly nonstop from Europe to much of Africa, the Americas and Asia, and one-stop to most of the world.
Airbus corporate jets are derived from the world’s most modern aircraft family, delivering benefits such as fuel-efficiency, reliability and ease of maintenance.
These benefits are enhanced by regular product improvements, which enable them to maintain their competitive edge over time.
Airbus corporate jets have won some 170 orders since the company delivered its first corporate jet in the mid-Eighties, and are the only bizjets flying on every continent, including Antarctica.
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