Airbus has unveiled the first corporate version of its re-engined A320neo, which is due to be delivered to operator Acropolis Aviation.
Once delivered, in the fourth quarter, the ACJ320neo will be transferred to Swiss-based specialist AMAC for outfitting.
In the meantime the jet – fitted with CFM International Leap-1A engines – has been painted in the livery of Airbus’s corporate aircraft line.
Airbus states that the aircraft will conduct its first flight “in the coming weeks”. The twinjet is designed to transport 25 passengers over a range of 6,000nm.
Customers have ordered six ACJ320neos and three of the smaller ACJ319neo.