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Boutsen Aviation reports growing ACJ demand
Boutsen Aviation of Monaco has taken delivery of the first of two ACJs and one A318 Elite ordered on behalf of undisclosed customers.

Boutsen Aviation of Monaco has taken delivery of the first of two ACJs and one A318 Elite ordered on behalf of undisclosed customers. The Airbus ACJ has yet to be outfitted but its cabin, which will be installed by Jet Aviation in Basle, Switzerland, will feature a vip interior based on the Prestige cabin concept, which comprises a large sitting and dining room, private office, bedroom and en suite bathroom.

Boutsen, three times Formula 1 Grand Prix winner and president of Boutsen Aviation says the ACJ's modern design means that it is well placed to go on winning clients.

Airbus' Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) in Toulouse has completed a vip interior for the A320 of a private customer. The company says the first cabin outfitting of its type features a vip lounge, business class seating and an area for support staff.

The company reports a growing demand for customised interiors from high net worth individuals across Europe. Charter operators, including Austria's JetAlliance and Germany's DCA Aviation are expanding their ACJ fleets.

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