New Take on the 328 Envoy Jet Has Roomier Interior

Aviation International News » January 2011
December 29, 2010, 5:19 AM

328 Support Services has introduced the 328DBJ, with an updated interior, as the replacement for the Envoy version of the jet. The new 328DBJ forward cabin was redesigned to deliver an additional half-meter of cabin space and includes electric window blinds and slim-line passenger service units. The stretched 328DBJ cabin measures 10 meters long, 2.15 meters wide and 1.8 meters high (33 by 7 by 6 feet) and can accommodate both a lounge and a conference area. The German company calls the 328DBJ an “affordable luxury” option for companies unwilling or unable to purchase an uncompleted executive aircraft from a traditional manufacturer. An unmodified airframe costs approximately $3 to $6 million, with refurbishment adding between $4 and $6 million.

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