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Comlux delivers first VIP Wide body cabin completion on Airbus ACJ330

Posted 20 May 2019 · Add Comment

Comlux has announced the delivery of its first VIP Wide body cabin completion on an Airbus ACJ330.

 

The interior of over 200 m2 /2200 ft2 allows up to 31 passengers to travel in ultimate comfort in various master suites, lounges, dining area, and first-class seating. The aircraft is also equipped with a gym room and an entertainment area featuring a 52in curved OLED monitor.

Since 2009, Comlux Completion has completed a full range of narrow body completions from ACJ319/BBJ to ACJ321/BBJ3, consistently demonstrating its ability to deliver the most customized and innovative interiors to its VIP clients. This aircraft represents the 12th interior completion for Comlux Completion overall and the 1st wide body completion

“With our first wide body completion, we are now entering in the “Club” of the very few Wide body approved completion centres. With the new management team in place in Indianapolis led by Domingo Ureña-Raso, executive president and Daron Dryer, CEO, we are ready for the next challenges in the VIP completion industry,” said Richard Gaona, executive chairman & CEO Comlux.”

“This ACJ330 is the perfect example of our competencies within the Comlux group, from Transaction, to Completion and Operations. Beyond interior outfitting by Comlux Completion, the aircraft was sold by Comlux Transactions to an undisclosed client in 2018 and Comlux Aviation has just started to operate the aircraft through its dedicated” wide-body AOC” in Aruba, already operating two large VIP BBJ767 and BBJ777.”

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