Airbus has confirmed that it is creating a
corporate jet based on the A220-100.
The ACJ TwoTwenty will have an increased
range enabling the aircraft to fly up to 5,650 nm/10,500 km (over
12 flight hours), directly connecting city pairs like London and
Los Angeles, Moscow and Jakarta, Tokyo and Dubai as well as
Beijing and Melbourne.
The ACJ TwoTwenty is a clean-sheet design
aircraft, based on Airbus’ A220-100 (formerly known as the
Bombardier CS 100), featuring advanced materials
and state-of-the-art technologies.
ft² of floor space distributed over six wide VIP living areas, the
cabin of the ACJ TwoTwenty will accommodate up to 18 passengers
and feature the latest in-flight connectivity, electro-chromatic
windows and LED lighting.
Comlux, with its ACJ-approved completion center in
Indianapolis and proven experience in outfitting and upgrading VIP
interiors, has been selected as exclusive partner for the
outfitting of the first 15 cabins to the latest addition of the
“We are proud to
extend the ACJ product Family with the launch of the ACJ TwoTwenty.
The aircraft combines intercontinental range, unmatched personal
space and comfort for all passengers. This latest technology
platform offers unbeatable economics and unrivalled reliability,” said Benoit Defforge, President ACJ. “Based on its
compelling market appeal, we see promising demand for this
aircraft in the growing business jet market.”
Airbus has already received orders for 6 ACJ TwoTwenty
aircraft, two from Comlux and a four further jets from undisclosed