ACJ318 Elite concept translated to ACJ319

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Airbus Corporate Jets and Lufthansa Technik are expanding their cooperation in predefined VIP cabin completions by translating the ACJ318 Elite concept to the ACJ319. To date, 19 deliveries have been made of the ACJ318 Elite.

The ACJ319 Elite complements the modular ACJ319 concepts and fully customized cabins that are already available from Airbus Corporate Jets and Lufthansa Technik and is available now.

The baseline configuration consists of a crew rest/entourage area, an executive lounge with full-flat club seating and berthable divans, followed by a mid-cabin lavatory. Behind this area, the baseline concept features a private office that converts to a bedroom and a master bathroom, including a shower option.

“Due to the huge market recognition we have maintained the basic layout of the original ACJ318 Elite,” said Walter Heerdt, senior vice president of VIP and executive jet solutions, Lufthansa Technik.

“However, to make full use of the additional floor space of the ACJ319, customers can choose to add the optional executive office as an additional private room. With the master bathroom, private bedroom and executive office separated from the main cabin area, VIP customers can enjoy the utmost privacy and a perfect working environment while in the air.”

Besides the executive office and shower, the ACJ319 Elite features more than 20 additional layout and systems options for customers to choose from. Although predefined color and material concepts are available, customers are free to select finishing materials according to their individual preferences.

Customers can use an iPad app to visualize the look and feel of the interior. Numerous layout options and color schemes can be selected and viewed in real-time, including moving 3D views of the interior.

The companies say completion time will begin at six months.

May 22, 2015

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