Las Vegas, Nevada
ACJ TwoTwenty makes its NBAA-BACE debut
The Airbus Corporate Jets' ACJ TwoTwenty is making its NBAA-BACE debut this year and is on display at Static #AD_07. The aircraft is creating a new market segment, the 'Xtra Large Bizjet,' by emphasizing cabin space, range, and technology at a similar price point to ultra-long-range jets.
The ACJ TwoTwenty stands out for offering more than double the cabin space of traditional long-range business jets. With over 786 square feet of floor space, the expansive six-zone cabin is where the ACJ TwoTwenty really shines. With two extra cabin zones for additional privacy, you can work in a true office environment with best-in-class connectivity or unwind and revitalize with a California King bed, en suite bathroom with rain shower, and two 55-inch 4K TVs.
Even with twice the cabin space of ultra-long-range business jets (ULR), the ACJ TwoTwenty has lower operating costs due to reduced maintenance and training costs.
Powered by Pratt & Whitney engines, the ACJ TwoTwenty is a leader in fuel-efficient aviation technology. The engines are designed for lower fuel burn and CO2 emissions, lowering costs, and reducing impact on the environment.
“The ACJ TwoTwenty is set to become a game-changer in the business aviation market,” said Sean McGeough, VP Commercial ACJ for North America. “It offers a unique combination of unmatched cabin space, intercontinental range, state-of-the-art amenities, and competitive pricing.”
With a range of up to 5,650 nm (more than 12 flight hours), the ACJ TwoTwenty can meet the requirements of 99.9% of all U.S. departures,1 connecting city pairs including Los Angeles to London, Miami to Buenos Aires, and New York to Istanbul.
ACJ offers a range of large business aircraft with the latest generation technology and efficiency. As with all ACJ aircraft, the ACJ TwoTwenty is capable of flying with up to a 50% blend of kerosene and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) while keeping to the technical specifications of Jet A. All Airbus commercial aircraft and helicopters will be capable of operating with 100% SAF by 2030. This capability will play an important role in the sector’s decarbonization journey.
BlueSky Business Aviation News | 19th October 2023 | Issue #720