Based in Toulouse, France, the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) offers Airbus corporate jet customers a wide range of customised services, from VIP cabin completion to nose-to-tail maintenance and upgrade solutions.
Fully owned by Airbus, the world's largest manufacturer of modern airliners, our company has successfully completed 30 VIP cabins for single-aisle and widebody Airbus corporate jet aircraft.
This performance makes the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre the leader in the ACJ319 and ACJ320 completion market, from VVIP to Head of State aircraft.
THE ONLY ONE DEDICATED TO AIRBUS AIRCRAFT
Our leading position comes from our origins in 2007, when the experienced workforce of the former EADS Sogerma was relaunched under new management to create a VIP services expert dedicated to Airbus corporate jetliners.
Today, the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre is the only cabin-outfitter in the world that is 100% dedicated to Airbus corporate jet aircraft.
RELIABILITY OF AN AIRBUS APPROVED OUTFITTER
Created in 2007, the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre is approved by its parent company Airbus, offering its customers the best guarantee of conformity and reliability.
LINKED TO THE AIRBUS CORPORATE JETS BUSINESS UNIT
Airbus corporate jets have been offered to companies, private individuals and governments since the mid-1980s.
With more than 170 Airbus corporate jet sales to date, Airbus created, at the start of 2012, a single in-house Airbus Corporate Jets business unit to better serve the growing and increasingly important ACJ community worldwide.
Airbus Corporate Jet Centre is directly linked to the Airbus Corporate Jets business unit, offering more potential in terms of products and services improvements for ACJ customers.
A WORLDWIDE CLIENTELE
Our customers are prestigious VIP charter companies, private individuals and governments from all over the world.
ACJC has already contracted with prestigious customers in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
These different profiles of clientele have given us widespread experience in cabin styles. We know how to adjust to our clients' cultural wishes.
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