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Mirabel begins to assemble hotly-anticipated TwoTwenty
The ACJ TwoTwenty was launched in late 2020 and has already won orders for six aircraft. Comlux will be the first to take delivery of the ACJ TwoTwenty this winter and will be the exclusive outfitter for the first 15 units.
The mid fuselage section of the ACJ TwoTwenty is ready to be joined up.

The first section of the recently launched ACJ TwoTwenty has arrived at the A220 final assembly line in Mirabel, Canada, in line with planning. This mid fuselage section arrival marks the start of the first Airbus corporate jet ever assembled in Canada.

The ACJ TwoTwenty is the combination of a signature flexible cabin catalogue outfitted into a modern, reliable and cost efficient A220-100, designed for business aviation jet operations. The aircraft comes with ACJ DNA: comfort, intercontinental range, economics and top operational availability.

The ACJ TwoTwenty was launched in late 2020 and has already won orders for six aircraft. Comlux will be the first to take delivery of the ACJ TwoTwenty this winter and will be the exclusive outfitter for the first 15 aircraft.

The TwoTwenty will feature 73 sqm of floorspace and is the only business jet featuring six wide VIP living areas for up to 19 passengers. The jet will have intercontinental range, capable of flying up to 5,650 nm (over 12 flight hours) and is priced just under the ultra long range business jet price.

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