Date
26 March 2013
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execuJet Wins Exclusive Airbus ACJ320 Mandate

ExecuJet Aircraft Trading, part of ExecuJet Aviation Group, announces an exclusive mandate to sell an Airbus ACJ320 aircraft, thereby expanding its offering of large business jets.With a range of 7,800km, the ACJ320 can fly from London to New York with ease. The aircraft features a bedroom, private office with an en-suite bathroom and shower, a conference room for six people, a first-class cabin featuring eight VIP seats and 16 individual berthable seats.

The Airbus business jet has the largest cabin in the corporate jet market, with 96m² of cabin floor area. On-board features include state-of-the-art entertainment, with a ten-channel video on-demand system, iPod connection, a Satcom satellite telephone system and Wi-Fi. The aircraft also offers four times the luggage space typically found on the average ACJ319 or Boeing Business Jet.

Pascal Bachmann, Sales Director Europe, ExecuJet Aircraft Trading, said: “We are delighted to be chosen by the owner of this exceptional aircraft to manage its sale. The ACJ320 can carry more passengers than traditional business jets and fly them in greater comfort. Following the Boeing Business Jet sale in February, this mandate expands our range of large corporate jets and confirms our reputation for offering the best possible customer service.”

Andrew Hoy, Managing Director, ExecuJet Aircraft Trading, commented: “This ACJ320 is a welcome addition to the mandate list we already offer, which ranges from smaller Hawker and Learjet aeroplanes to larger intercontinental Challenger and Bombardier Global Express aircraft.”

ExecuJet Aircraft Trading’s dedicated sales directors are global, local, impartial, professional and transparent, offering new and pre-owned aircraft across all manufacturers to clients worldwide.

Marc Cornelius

Managing Director & Founder

Marc has over 20 years’ international PR experience gained at leading agencies and in-house. He has specialised in aviation and travel for a decade, devising and overseeing successful international PR programmes and building 80:20 Communications into an acclaimed sector specialist.

Article Author Marc Cornelius