The first Airbus ACJ320neo is delivered to Acropolis

Romain Guillot

2020/03/11 | 400 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
The first Airbus ACJ320neo is delivered to Acropolis © Acropolis Aviation

Acropolis Aviation has received the very first Airbus ACJ320neo, following a 13 month-long cabin outfitting by AMAC Aerospace in Basel.

On 27th February, the British VVIP charter operator Acropolis Aviation received the very first ACJ320neo at Farnborough, the VVIP version of Airbus's re-engined single-aisle aircraft. The plane, which is registered G-KELT and powered by LEAP-1As (MSN 8403), had been in its completion phase for thirteen months at AMAC Aerospace in Basel, where it also recei...(…)

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