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Airbus ACJ318

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Production of the ACJ318, the smallest narrowbody aircraft in the ACJ family, began in 2002 and entry into service followed in 2007. It is powered by two CFM56-5B9 engines, each offering 23,300 lbs of thrust, making it fully capable of intercontinental trips.

The cabin is typically configured for up to 19 passengers and four crew seats, with approximately 800 sq ft of floor space that can be divided into four sections.

Main variants include the A318 Elite, launched in 2005 and name changed to ACJ318 in 2011; and the A318 Enhanced. This latter was introduced in October 2012 and incorporated as standard a wider variety of seat choices, domed ceilings, window shades and high definition in flight entertainment.

The ACJ318 began life as a commercial A318 airliner in 2001 but was remarketed for the corporate jet sector just four years later. It has a relatively compact footprint of approximately 103 ft in length, 41 ft tall with a 112 ft wingspan, yet delivers a cabin volume of 5,300 cubic ft.

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News from Business Air News
MRO Japan initiates heavy maintenance for foreign aircraft under EASA
December 19, 2023
For the first time in Japan, the MRO has started heavy maintenance on an ACJ318 under EASA regulations.
EASA approves ACA purification for Airbus A320 series
January 20, 2023
AMAC, Jet Aviation and STC Twenty One have been approved by EASA to install ACA's air and surface purification on Airbus A320 series models. The system improves interior air quality and neutralises pathogens.
Comlux tasks MRO Japan with maintenance for ACJ318
November 29, 2022
Comlux is sending an ACJ318 to MRO Japan for a scheduled maintenance inspection. This is MRO Japan's first aircraft of the type following its receipt of EASA Part 145 approval in October.
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