Airbus Corporate Jet showcases ACJ319 at JetExpo 2013

Terry Spruce

The aircraft is operated by Tyrolean Jet Services of Austria and will be available for viewing by clients and guests during the show.

Airbus Corporate Jets will display an Airbus ACJ319 at JetExpo 2013 in Moscow next week. The aircraft is operated by Tyrolean Jet Services of Austria for a private customer, as well as on VVIP charters. The ACJ319 has been fitted with lounge areas at the front, a bedroom with en suite bathroom in the middle, and additional seating at the back. It is certificated for up to 19 passengers.

John Leahy, Airbus chief operating officer, said: “Airbus Corporate Jets occupy the same ramp space as other large corporate jets, but it’s another world inside, because they have by far the widest and tallest cabins of any business jet.”

Leahy added: “Private jet customers want to give wings to their lifestyle, and Airbus corporate jets deliver that better than anyone else.”

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