Providing customers with a “very unique” experience of business aviation, Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) confirms its place as leader at the top of this market, as it accelerates on its flight path to superior excellence …
The context of COVID-19 has confirmed this trend: Despite the pandemic restrictions, corporations have found a resilient solution to travel with business jets, providing a very safe and robust way to do business, with the use of private airports, ensuring business continuity. “We cannot replace everything with video conferences, our customers still need to meet people face to face” explained Stan. “The flexibility and capability of ACJ perfectly meets these needs. On top of that together with Airbus Corporate Helicopters (ACH), we are the only company in the world to offer door to door solutions with dedicated private and business jets and helicopters. We are delighted to see that a lot of new buyers realise the value of our solutions as an answer to the post covid situation.” he adds.
Last summer for example, an airport handling private aviation in the South of France registered over a 20% increase in traffic – the potential growth in this area is important for the next decade, not only in France but everywhere. “The requirements of our customers are constantly evolving and we are continually listening to their needs, to improve our products and services to give value-added solutions. This is widely recognized in the marketplace, and customers are increasingly aware that we are able to provide highly competitive and tailored solutions especially in these difficult times,” Benoit said. ACJ is the business within Airbus that knows how to tackle niche market needs by designing services spanning for instance from governmental kit (i.e. module for Head of State transport) on an A330 MRTT (Multi Role Tanker Transport) to a fully outfitted presidential or private ACJ350.
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