Indianapolis-based completion and refurbishment center Comlux America delivered its fourth aircraft–an ACJ319 now in service with Fly Comlux, the charter arm of Comlux The Aviation Group of Zurich, Switzerland–in January.
It is the sixth aircraft to be operated by Fly Comlux in Russia. The cabin includes an amidships lounge with L-shaped divan, two club seats and a large dining table for six. At the front of the cabin is a private compartment with a large bedroom, two beds and private lavatory with shower. The aft section is devoted to first-class seating for guests and entourage.
The A319 is the fourth aircraft to be outfitted by Comlux America. Three more–an A320, a BBJ and a Boeing 757–are currently in various phases of completion.
Comlux has also placed an order with CTT Systems of Nykoping, Sweden for its Cair cabin environment package. The system will be installed in a Boeing Business Jet this spring or summer. Comlux has already installed Cair in an ACJ319, an ACJ320 and an earlier BBJ.
Cair gives the cabin a relative humidity of about 20 percent, compared with the typical cabin humidity of 3 to 5 percent. The system incorporates CTT’s Zonal Drying technology to prevent condensation.