ACJ319neo To Make Inaugural Appearance at BACE

 - October 7, 2021, 12:27 PM
K5 Aviation's ACJ319neo features four cabin zones. (Photo: Airbus Corporate Jets)

The Airbus Corporate Jets ACJ319neo will make its NBAA-BACE debut next week in Las Vegas. To be on display at the company's BACE static exhibit (#A309) at Henderson Executive Airport next Tuesday through Thursday, the aircraft is owned by Germany-based K5 Aviation and is that aircraft management and charter operator’s first ACJ319neo, a spokesman told AIN.

K5 is the largest operator of Airbus narrowbody bizliners in Europe, with four ACJ319s currently in its fleet. Further, K5 is set to soon operate two ACJ widebodies.

Four large living areas with lie-flat beds, a king-size bedroom with en suite bathroom and stand-up shower, and a 55-inch TV are among the standout amenities of K5’s ACJ319neo. The airplane also features a new in-flight entertainment system and high-speed Wi-Fi for video streaming and video calls. “K5 Aviation’s ACJ319neo will turn heads at the show with contemporary luxury styling in each of the four-cabin zones," said ACJ president Benoit Defforge.

An ACJ TwoTwenty cabin immersive presentation via virtual reality will also be featured at the airframer’s static exhibit, which will be shared with Airbus Corporate Helicopters. Nearly 200 ACJs are in service and flying on every continent, including Antarctica, the company said. More than 1,800 private and business aviation Airbus helicopters are in service worldwide.