23 MAY 2022
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Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) chose the opening day of European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) to announce the opening of an ACJ TwoTwenty creative studio at Toulouse.
The studio is dedicated to ACJ customers and showcases a real-size cabin section, ready for customer customising to make it their own. With an integrated use of virtual reality technology complemented by configurable customer-specific mock-ups, all these assets available under one roof make the creative studio a unique and attractive one-stop-shop for interior design.
Customers can imagine and design their own luxury interior with the ACJ designers and technical specialists who will help guide and advise them along the visit.
“We are extremely proud to open this unique creative studio for our customers. Our ACJ TwoTwenty is featuring unmatched personal space with 786sq ft of floor space. It is important to make them feel the space and ultimate comfort it is bringing. Thanks to latest technologies we offer our customers a real time and immersive design experience”, said Benoit Defforge, ACJ President.
ACJ customers will be invited to explore their layout ideas, see them develop, adjust and review before immersing themselves in their perfect cabin. The unique experience of the ACJ TwoTwenty is reflected with hundreds of soft natural fabrics, plush carpets, smooth wood veneers and plated metal finishings. They will have the chance to study the array of colours under different lighting before deciding their colour schemes for seating, carpets and walls or the wood effects and finishes for the handcrafted cabinets.
More than 210 Airbus corporate jets are in service worldwide, flying on every continent, including Antarctica, and more than 1,800 private and business aviation Airbus helicopters are in service worldwide.
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