With a relationship already building the VIP ACJ319 G-NOAH since 2010, Acropolis is the logical choice to continue with the ACJ320neo and its enhanced capabilities. A longer flying range of 11,100 km, a cabin that is 14 m² bigger and a lower cabin altitude of 6,400 ft gives it distinct advantages over the ACJ319.
The aircraft will seat 19 passengers in a VVIP configuration and will be featuring top-of-the-line entertainment options and the cabin will be similar to the ACJ319 G-NOAH. The design company has not been selected yet, but the ACJ319 G-NOAH has a forward service compartment with galley and crew areas and three seating sections in the main cabin. It also has an private aft stateroom with a bathroom that includes a shower.
The aircraft can also be outfitted with four auxiliary belly tanks, which is two more than the original ACJ320. Longer range is also helped by blended winglets and more fuel-efficient engines. Engine selection is not final but will be either Pratt & Whitney PW110G geared turbofans or CFM International Leap-1A engines.