VIP inside lufthansa technic Construction of a new ACJ320neo will become a reality when the aircraft moves into the completion center next summer. The company said that the Bizliner will be completed in the second quarter of 2024.
“With its flexible interior and world-class entertainment system, this aircraft will set an entirely new standard for narrow-body VIP cabins,” he said. Michael von Puttkammer, Vice President for Special Aircraft Services at Lufthansa Technikbusinessjetinteriorsinternational.com.
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The ACJ320neo will be designed for both private travel and charter operations, and will feature a state-of-the-art satellite communications system to improve connectivity.
The owner specified that the technology would be similar to a smart home, so that passengers could integrate their personal content onto a handful of retractable screens. The aircraft will have seating for 19 passengers.
The first ACJ320neo was delivered to Acropolis Aviation in 2020 with a more luxurious interior. The aircraft’s interior measures 89’10”, cabin width is 12’2″ and height is 7’5″. Volume is 7,770 cubic feet.
Von Puttkammer said the Lufthansa Technik design team worked closely with the customer for the optimization. The design calls for a cabin with a large open entrance. While inside you proceed through the lounge and office areas, to the rear is a private master bedroom. Materials were chosen to suit both the on-demand and private sectors. Lufthansa Technik will obtain a license for private and commercial flight operations.
“We were able to convince customers not only with our world-leading cabin design, engineering and finishing expertise, but also with a full package of tailor-made services,” said von Puttkammer. “We are the only company in the world that can offer such a complete package for VIP aircraft from a single source.”
Von Puttkammer said internal weight has been kept to a minimum to ensure it hits its full range. The Bizliner will be ready for its maiden flight in the spring of 2024.
Article by Michael Vardon previously published at Robb Report US