Charter operator Acropolis Aviation has chosen Alberto Pinto Design of France to design the cabin of its new ACJ320neo. “We are delighted to have been chosen by Acropolis to work on their new ACJ320neo and have the opportunity to create something really exceptional,” said Linda Pinto, CEO of Alberto Pinto Design. The project will be the responsibility of Pinto’s Yves Pickardt, who also styled G-NOAH, Acropolis’ current ACJ319, which entered service in 2010.
“Selecting Alberto Pinto Designs was a natural choice for us,” said Jonathan Bousfield, CEO of Acropolis. “Our current, versatile cabin caters for a diverse range of travelers, including heads of state, HNWIs, corporate and leisure clients. Choosing a design that reflects an evolution of our highly popular cabin will help us remain market leading.”
Acropolis’ new aircraft will have 19 seats, a private master bedroom with en-suite, and a larger galley. The companies will now meet with cabin outfitters and evaluate which will be engaged to make the design a reality.
“We continue to receive positive feedback from clients flying G-NOAH,” said Bousfield. “The care and attention taken in designing this exceptional and ergonomic cabin means it is as stylish today as it was in 2010 and this is the reason we re-engaged Alberto Pinto Design.”
May 26, 2016