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Jetalliance Group orders more Airbus Corporate Jets

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The Jetalliance Group of Vienna has placed a repeat order for one Airbus Corporate Jetliner (ACJ) and two A318 Elites, adding to the orders that it has previously placed for the family.

Like its other aircraft the new Airbus ACJ will feature a VIP cabin and be powered by CFM International CFM56-5 engines.

Jetalliance Group is one of the world's leading business-jet enterprises, offering a unique turn-key solution for business jet customers. With Jetalliance, the customer can purchase, finance, operate and maintain his/her aircraft. The daughter company, Jetalliance Flugbetrieb GmbH is operating a fleet of 35 aircraft with an average age of only three years - one of the youngest in Europe. It operates under JAR OPS 1 in Europe, but is also FAA part 129 certificated, allowing it to fly commercially in the USA and Canada.

"Airbus' ACJ Family has won a well deserved reputation among private customers as being the new top-of-the-line corporate jet of its size, offering the best cabin as well as an all-modern design," said Jetalliance Holding Chief Executive Officer Lukas Lichtner-Hoyer. "We manage aircraft for many customers and, for those that want the best, the Airbus ACJ Family is the natural choice".

Airbus' ACJ Family has sold well worldwide - firm orders stand at more than 100 - and is in service on every continent, including Antarctica.

Airbus's ACJ Family comprises the A318 Elite, ACJ and A320 Prestige.

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