Airbus Corporate Jet Centre has delivered its 11th ACJ VIP interior completion. The ACJ319 destined for a undisclosed Head-of-State was designed by ACJC’s Design Studio, and completed in-house; a truly 100% cabin design to completion project.
Space and ergonomics were favoured for this government interior to facilitate work in a relaxing and peaceful ambiance. Certificated for 19 passengers, The ACJ319 features a clean interior-design and a long perspective, allowing passengers to see the entire cabin at a glance, from wherever they are in any one of the six zones in the aircraft.
The business-like main lounge is built around an imposing table that can accommodate up to six people, surrounded by two sideboards with fluid shapes and a large liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor.
Dedicated to privacy, the aft zones comprise a cosy office featuring Club Two seating and a sofa, a master bedroom including a Queen-size bed with a divan, and a large independent washroom with full-height oval shower.
The cabin is designed to communicate comfort throughout: from bright colours and fluid shapes to noble materials such as high-quality leathers, polished marble and hand-made wool carpet.
Elegance and luxury are subtly suggested by the use of gloss paint and nickel metal-plating on monuments, as well as lightly embossed leather on wall partitions.
Equipped with the latest telephony system developed by the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre R&D team, the system provides an in-flight top quality sound. This aircraft also offers state-of-the-art connectivity based on a complete SBB (Swift Broadband) Satcom solution.
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