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VVIP charter ACJ319 on display at Dubai Airshow

An ACJ319 used by Comlux for VVIP charters will be exhibited by Airbus Corporate Jets at the Dubai Airshow, to be held on November 12-16, 2017, in Dubai, UAE.

The Comlux aircraft has a lounge and two private rooms that can be configured as a lounge/office or bedroom. The aircraft is certified to carry 19 passengers.

The ACJ319 is the entry-level aircraft of the ACJ family. The ACJ319neo has a range of 6,750 nautical miles or 15 hours with eight passengers. The ACJ320neo, with 25 passengers, will fly 6,000 nautical miles or 13 hours, the ACJ330neo will reach 9,400 nautical miles or 20 hours, and the ACJ350XWB offers a range of 10,800 nautical miles or 22 hours.

Airbus Corporate Jets has orders for six ACJ320neo aircraft, with deliveries scheduled from the end of 2018, and three ACJ319neo aircraft, with deliveries from the second quarter of 2019.

November 9, 2017

Written by Izzy Kington



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