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Airbus Corporate Jet’s new-look image

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 17, 2011
An image of the ACJ319 in the new Airbus Corporate Jet colours.

Airbus has introduced new branding, colours and names for its corporate jet subsidiary.

The new colours feature metallic-blue shading on most of the fuselage and tail, highlighted by flowing curves and accompanied by a new “Airbus Corporate Jets” logo. As part of the new branding, an “Airbus ACJ” prefix will now be applied to the model of the airliner from which each corporate jet is derived. For example, the A318 Corporate Jet becomes the Airbus ACJ318, going through the series to the Airbus ACJ380.

Airbus says that its corporate jet series has won more than 170 sales worldwide to date.

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