Airbus delivered the world’s first ACJ TwoTwenty business jet. The aircraft, a corporate version of the A220, was produced in Mirabel, Canada, and passed on to Comlux, the company responsible for configuring its interior, in the US.
The first ACJ TwoTwenty will be operated by the FIVE group, from Dubai, which acquired the jet during the Dubai Air Show last year.
According to Comlux, the aircraft had the interior design done through a virtual reality system, which allowed the customization process to be faster – the company expects to deliver the ACJ in early 2023.
The executive A220 is capable of flying non-stop for 12 hours and offers six VIP cabins with a total of 73 m². According to Airbus, the cost of the ACJ TwoTwenty is similar to that of ultra long-range business jets, but with a much larger space.
Comlux was selected by Airbus to configure the interior of the first 15 planes.