Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) has created a new
cabin design concept, called Harmony.
Harmony seamlessly combines the benefits of
Airbus Corporate Jets’ VIP widebodies – such as comfort, space and
quietness - to produce a consistently harmonious customer
experience. It builds on the Airspace cabin brand from the Airbus
Initially proposed for the new ACJ330neo
Family, which features new-generation engines and Sharklets,
Harmony can also suit other Airbus widebodies, such as the ACJ350
“Long-haul flights provide time for productive work and
socialising, as well as rest, and ACJ’s Harmony cabin concept is
wonderfully well designed to enable all of these, while bringing
the world within a single flight,” said ACJ President, Benoit Defforge.
A holographic globe,
showing aircraft position, greets entering passengers. Turning
left leads to the master bedroom, office and bathroom, while
turning right brings travellers into a spacious lounge with
seating grouped at round-tables that encourage social interaction.
Concentric circles, like ripples on a pond, are a feature of the
Just beyond the lounge is a conference table, and
beyond that there are four VIP guest-suites - each featuring an
office that converts to a bedroom, plus an ensuite bathroom with
Seating for support staff and a galley make up the rear
of the cabin, which can be adapted to serve both private and
“Harmony is a timeless and elegant design concept,
because we dare to break the conventions that are traditionally
imposed on us as cabin designers. Our creativity needs to be
unique to fit the needs of our customers, as befits a host
receiving their guests in their ‘world above the world,” said ACJ
Head of Creative Design, Sylvain Mariat.
Airbus aircraft have the distinction of
being the world’s most modern and comprehensive family. All of the
corporate jet versions have intercontinental capability, with some
- such as the ACJ330neo and ACJ350 XWB Families – going beyond to
deliver “nonstop to the world range”.
Airbus corporate jet
customers benefit from a worldwide
support network - sized to serve more than 10,000 aircraft and
over 500 customers and operators - plus services tailored to their
These services include the “one call handles
all” corporate jet customer care centre (C4you), customised
maintenance programmes and the ACJ Service Centre Network.
of today’s Airbus aircraft include the protection and simplicity
of fly-by-wire controls, the benefits of Category 3B autoland, and
time and cost-saving centralised maintenance.
More than 190 Airbus corporate jets are
currently in service on every continent, including Antarctica.
Airbus Corporate Jets,