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VistaJet orders three Airbus Corporate Jetliners

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Thursday, 18 October 2007

VistaJet, a Swiss-headquartered VIP charter company with operations in Austria, Germany and soon in Asia, has ordered three Airbus Corporate Jetliners.

With the acquisition of these three Airbus ACJs, VistaJet will expand its fleet to a total of 31 aircraft, including those on order. VistaJet has yet to select the engines that will power its Airbus ACJs and the cabin completion centre that will outfit them.

"We see increasing demand for top-of-the-line corporate jets, such as the Airbus ACJ, as our "blue-chip" clients realise just how much more comfort and space they can get for their money," said VistaJet CEO and President Bing Chen. "As a leader in the European and Russian market, we differentiate ourselves by providing the utmost in service with a fleet that is just two years old on average, and which the Airbus ACJs will help us to expand in Russia and Asia. This investment is a further commitment of VistaJet to satisfy the most demanding customers.".

Airbus Corporate Jetliners feature fly-by-wire controls and deliver all of the benefits that flow from being a modern design. These include advanced fuel-saving aerodynamics, industry-leading use of weight-saving composites, proven reliability and cost-saving centralised maintenance for all aircraft systems.

Total sales of the Airbus ACJ Family, which comprises the A318 Elite, Airbus ACJ and A320 Prestige, now stand at more than 100 aircraft. The family is derived from the tremendously popular Airbus A320 family, which has won more than 5,300 orders and has some 250 customers and operators to its credit.

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