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Airbus displays latest VVIP charter

Airbus displayed an Airbus ACJ318, offered for VVIP charter by Comlux, at the Jet Expo in Moscow which took place 14-16 September.

This Airbus ACJ318 features the comfort and practicality of home and office, plus seating for 19 passengers, which is more than traditional business jets.

“Airbus corporate jets are similar in size to traditional business jets on the outside, but are around twice as big on the inside, allowing them to deliver a more comfortable space in which to travel, as well as the ability to carry more passengers.”

“They also benefit from being derived from the world’s most modern aircraft family,” comments Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers, John Leahy.

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Airbus offers the largest family of corporate jets of any manufacturer, ranging from the Airbus ACJ318 all the way up to the ACJ380, allowing it to offer customers the comfort that they want in the size that they need.

The Airbus ACJ318 that will be displayed features a cabin with a floorspace of around 75 m2/800 ft2, which makes it similar in size to a reasonable size house or apartment.

It features a living area and an office that converts to a bedroom, plus two spacious bathrooms, giving passengers a ride that is comfortable and practical, as well as productive and relaxing.

Like all Airbus corporate jets, the Airbus ACJ318 features intercontinental range, allowing it to serve most destinations in Europe nonstop – as well as to reach much of the world with a single stop.

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