The first ACJ TwoTwenty was delivered to private aviation company Comlux from the Airbus  A220 Final Assembly Line in Mirabel, Canada.

The all-new business jet, powered exclusively by Pratt & Whitney engines, has just landed at Comlux’ s site in Indianapolis for cabin completion.

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image from Comlux Facebook page

The first ACJ TwoTwenty is owned by FIVE, a Dubai-based luxury hotel group. The new owner is expected to take delivery of the jet in 2023, where it will be used to privately fly guests to the group’s properties located across the world. 

Comlux Completion will engineer, fabricate and integrate the interior of the VIP cabin, which FIVE selected from the multiple cabin arrangements and options offered by ACJ TwoTwenty. 

The cabin completion process incorporates the latest 3D modelization technology. Comlux engineers have integrated the process into a virtual reality system allowing the ACJ TwoTwenty customers to imagine and transform a blank canvas into the VIP cabin to suit their needs.

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image from Comlux Facebook page

“I am delighted to welcome home the first ever ACJ TwoTwenty. Our Design & Engineering teams have been working on the program jointly with the ACJ team for more than 2 years and now, she is here,”  Daron Dryer, chief executive officer at Comlux Completion said.

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“Thanks to the new Virtual Reality tool we have especially developed for this program, the completion process will be the most efficient, stringent and reliable we have ever achieved, allowing us to guarantee an entry into service at the beginning of 2023,” Dryer added. 

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image from Comlux

The ACJ TwoTwenty can fly over 12 hours and is the only business jet featuring six wide VIP living areas. Comlux has been selected as an exclusive outfitting partner for the first 15 ACJs TwoTwenty.

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The first private customer has purchased the Airbus ACJ TwoTwenty, a business jet version of the A220 narrow-body airliner.