- Lufthansa Technik to complete a VIP interior for a green ACJ320neo
- Deliver to Lufthansa Technik expected early Q3 23
- Tailor-made and flexible interior for private travel and charter operations
Lufthansa Technik have landed the completion of a new VIP interior for a green ACJ320neo.
The aircraft is expected to arrive at the company’s cabin completion center in Hamburg, Germany, early Q3 2023,
The completion program is forecast to complete by spring 2024, when the aircraft will be delivered back to its unnamed customer.
The aircraft is reported as having requirements for dual use; both private owner use as well as for charter operations.
Lufthansa Technik’s in-house design center in Hamburg worked closely with the customer in the design of the jet interior and have released some of the conceptual renderings for public view.
Featuring lounges and office areas, to the spacious and very private master bedroom towards the aft, the layout is modern, linear and oriented towards the requirement for privacy of its up to 19 passenger capacity.
According to the official press release, to enhance passenger comfort even further, Lufthansa Technik will integrate a cabin air humidification system into the aircraft.
In addition, the aircraft’s interior will meet the highest demands in terms of onboard entertainment and connectivity — as by customer request a clear focus is laid on integrating passengers’ personal digital devices, only a few large screens, some of them retractable, will be installed in the cabin — similar to a smart home, passengers will be able to individually and effortlessly transfer their personal content to the built-in displays at any time.
Lufthansa Technik have also succeeded in keeping the weight of the cabin interior within a defined limit.
The Airbus ACJ320neo will feature with its four auxiliary fuel tanks and PW1100 geared turbofans from Pratt&Whitney to deliver maximum range available and as specified by Airbus Corporate Jets for this aircraft model.
In addition to the completion of the VIP cabin, Lufthansa Technik will also provide an Aircraft Production Inspection Program (APIP), the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) and, after delivery, aircraft maintenance and component support for the customer for an initial period of five years as part of the contract.
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