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Airbus ACJneo Family Wins First Asian Customer

Planemaker Now Has Six Orders For It Re-engined Business A319

An Asian customer has become the first in the region to place a firm order for an Airbus ACJ319neo , delivery of which is planned for the second quarter of 2019.

The client, which is upgrading from a large, traditional, business jet, is also the first new customer for the ACJneo Family. Engines and cabin outfitter have yet to be announced.

Airbus has now won firm orders for six ACJneo Family aircraft since its launch less than a year ago. “The farther you fly, the more important comfort becomes, and the increased range of the ACJneo Family means that customers can now enjoy unequalled comfort and space to even more of the world,” comments Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers John Leahy. “Business jets are about making corporate and government executives more productive, and Airbus corporate jets now enable even more of that,” he adds.

Airbus says the ACJneo Family combines new fuel-saving engines, wingtip-mounted Sharklets and other improvements to give customers better fuel efficiency, greater range and a more modern product in which to invest – as well as the widest and tallest business-jet cabin available.

The Airbus ACJ320neo can fly 25 passengers over 6,000 nm, or 13 hours, while the ACJ319neo can transport 8 passengers over 6,750 nm or 15 hours.

More than 170 Airbus corporate jets are flying on every continent, including Antarctica, Airbus says.

(Image provided with Airbus news release)

FMI: www.airbus.com

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