EBACE: New livery for Airbus corporate jets

Airbus ACJ320 three quarter front IAE.jpgAirbus has introduced new names, branding and colours for its corporate jets, in a move aimed at reflecting commonality throughout the family and the modernity of the jetliners.

The words “Airbus ACJ” will now precede the model of the airliner from which each corporate jet is derived, with the A318 Elite becoming the Airbus ACJ318; the A319 Corporate becoming the Airbus ACJ319; the A320 Prestige becoming the Airbus ACJ320 and so on throughout the family, including the forthcoming Airbus ACJ350 widebody.

The new colours comprise metallic-blue shading on most of the fuselage and tail, highlighted by flowing curves “that echo the colour schemes often chosen by Airbus corporate jet customers”, and are accompanied by a new “Airbus Corporate Jets” logo, said Airbus. Read more…

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2 Responses to EBACE: New livery for Airbus corporate jets

  1. John S. 18 May, 2011 at 3:43 am #

    Don’t corporate customers usually specify their own color schemes?

  2. Will Horton 18 May, 2011 at 3:51 am #

    Customers do, John. This is for Airbus’ purposes and also to provides commonality with customer liveries. As Airbus notes, the curves comprising part of its new livery “echo the colour schemes often chosen by Airbus corporate jet customers”.

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