AMAC Aerospace has successfully completed and returned to service its first BBJ demonstrator project.

The 12-month project is distinguished by a variety of bespoke furniture, a fine selection of interior material, a consistent colour design scheme, the latest technical equipment as among other taxi and caution system cameras and a bespoke cabin layout.

AMAC BBJ demo

AMAC BBJ demo
Two images of the cabin of AMAC’s latest completion project, a BBJ demonstrator.

The aircraft is configured to accommodate up to 13 passengers in a private, working environment but at the same time showing off the expansive cabin space devised by the designer to offer high levels of comfort for long flights.

Airbus ACJ320neo for Acropolis Aviation
AMAC Aerospace has also won a completion contract for the VVIP completion of an Airbus ACJ320neo from Acropolis Aviation.

This will be the first Airbus A320neo delivered by Airbus Corporate Jets for VVIP configuration. Acropolis Aviatrion is the launch customer for the ACJ320neo, which has additional range thanks to new high-efficiency engines and drag-reducing sharklets.

AMAC ACJ320neo

AMAC ACJ320neo Alberto Pinto
Alberto Pinto’s design for the cabin of the first ACJ320neo, to be completed by AMAC Aerospace at Basel.

Acropolis Aviation, based at Farnborough Airport, UK, selected the well-known design studio ‘Alberto Pinto’ for the bespoke interior design of its ACJ320neo. The green delivered aircraft will enter AMAC’s hangar doors in Q4, 2018 and will be returned to service to Acropolis Aviation in VVIP configuration in Q4, 2019.

“The quality offered by AMAC is second-to-none,” said Jonathan Bousfield, CEO of Acropolis Aviation. “We needed to select the right outfitter to bring Alberto Pinto’s amazing vision to life, and from our point of view AMAC demonstrated to us they had the skill and creativity to do this better than anyone else.”

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