Airbus Corporate Jets now available for charter

Terry Spruce

Ten
operators, based in America,
Asia, Europe and the Middle East are now
offering the A318 Elite, Airbus Corporate Jetliner (ACJ) and A320 Prestige for
private charter in the business jet market.

They
are Acropolis Ltd in the UK, Aerodynamics Inc (ADI) in America, Al Jaber
Aviation (AJA) in the United Arab Emirates, Deerjet in China, Comlux Aviation
in Switzerland and the Middle East, DC Aviation in Germany,  Globaljet
Concept in Switzerland, Omni Aviacao in France and Portugal, Skytraders Pty in
Australia, and Twinjet Ltd in the UK.

Some
of the Airbus corporate jets are dedicated to VVIP charter flights full-time,
while others are made available when they are not being used by their owners,
with both options allowing customers to benefit from their greater passenger
capacity, comfort and space without actually owning an aircraft.

Airbus
offers an A318 Elite, an Airbus ACJ and an A320 Prestige as corporate jet
versions of its modern and successful A320 airliner family, as well as VIP
versions of its widebodies for customers that want even more capacity, comfort
and range.

Total
sales of Airbus corporate jets now stand at more than 170 aircraft, comprising
over 110 A318 Elites, Airbus ACJs and A320 Prestiges and around 60 government
and VIP widebodies.

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