ACJC offers Super First Class to airlines

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Aiming to provide a bridge between private jets and first class, Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) now has a proposition for airlines – Super First Class. With around 200 employees in Toulouse, France, ACJC has completed more than 30 VIP ACJ cabins. It is now offering bespoke services – including design and certification – to airlines, concentrating on Airbus types including the A350 and A380. ACJC says its experience in the luxury market enables it to offer the comfort, privacy and style sought by VIP and premium passengers.

ACJC’s in-house creative design studio can create fully customized suites and spaces according to airlines’ wishes and expectations. For wide-body aircraft, ACJC can evolve first-class mini-suites designed for comfort and privacy. Its mini-suite design includes a seat that can be converted into an 80 x 200cm bed; IFE technologies including an HD screen, online streaming video and real-time TV; mood lighting; dedicated storage; high-end materials including leather and fabrics; and a high level of soundproofing. The suite is completed by a spacious changing room.

ACJC tailors zones as a whole to achieve the highest standards possible, addressing aspects including soundproofing, lighting, temperature and air flow.

See below for more images of the Super First Class concept. 

April 6, 2016

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