Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC), a specialist in the ACJ series of business and private jet “nose-to-tail” cabin completion services, claims to be the first in that market to offer full high-definition cabin entertainment through HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface).
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Beijing-based charter operator Deer Jet has taken delivery of Airbus Corporate Jet Centre’s first VIP cabin completion for a Chinese customer, which is also the first ACJ operated by a Chinese company for dedicated charter.
Hawker Pacific announced it is developing an $11.6 million business aviation service center at Seletar Aerospace Park to replace its East Camp operation at Seletar Airport. The new 101,180-sq-ft facility will house the company’s regional headquarters in addition to a heavy-maintenance jet service center, spares distribution depot, and FBO with dedicated undercover jet parking.
Hawker Pacific will build an $11.6 million customer sales and service center at Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore. The move confirms the expansion of its regional headquarters and relocation of its current Seletar operations at East Camp, Singapore.
Airbus Corporate Jet Center recently delivered what it says is the first executive A320 Prestige equipped with the company’s new GSM on-board system, allowing passengers to use their personal mobile phones in flight.
Other cabin features include a master suite with lavatory, touch-screen technology, satellite-direct television, high-speed Internet and audio/video on demand.
Snecma and Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) signed an agreement for Snecma to provide full service support for the CFM International CFM56-5B turbofans that power the Airbus Corporate Jetliner series. Snecma builds the CFM56 engines in a 50/50 joint venture with General Electric. ACJC is responsible for outfitting and support of Airbus executive aircraft.
Snecma and Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) have entered into an agreement for Snecma to support the CFM International CFM56-5B turbofans that power the Airbus Corporate Jetliner series. Snecma builds the CFM56 in a 50/50 joint venture with General Electric, while ACJC is responsible for the outfitting and support of Airbus executive aircraft.
Airbus Corporate Jet Center (ACJC) and Sabena Technics have signed an agreement designed to ensure that Airbus Corporate Jet (ACJ) operators have continuous and comprehensive spare-parts support. Airframe support for ACJs includes access to spare-part pools covering airframes, auxiliary power units, line-replaceable units (LRU), wheels and brakes, landing gear LRUs, and repair of said parts.
Snecma and Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) signed an agreement on November 26 for the engine manufacturer to provide full service support for the CFM International CFM56-5B turbofans that power the Airbus Corporate Jet family. Part of France's Safran group, Snecma builds the CFM56 engines in a 50/50 joint venture with U.S.
Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) has selected the aircraft maintenance and engineering system (Amos) to manage its maintenance services. Amos is an integrated maintenance management system developed by Swiss Aviation Software.