Acropolis Aviation selects Alberto Pinto Design for ACJ320neo

Tuesday 24th May 2016

  • Acropolis
  • Alberto Pinto ACJ320Neo dining area

EBACE 2016, Geneva.  Acropolis Aviation, one of Europe's leading luxury air charter companies, announced that the cabin of its new Airbus ACJ320neo will be designed by Alberto Pinto Design, based in France.  The first renderings, which show optimum use of the aircraft's spacious and cutting edge cabin, will be available for viewing at Acropolis' Booth No I089 during EBACE this week (24th-26th May).

"We are delighted to have been chosen by Acropolis to work on their new ACJ320neo and have the opportunity to create something really exceptional," said Mrs Linda Pinto.  Acropolis' current ACJ319, which entered service in 2010, has become a showcase for Alberto Pinto's creative talents in aircraft interior design.  The project will be the responsibility of Pinto's Yves Pickardt who also styled G-NOAH.

"Selecting Alberto Pinto Designs was a natural choice for us, said Acropolis CEO Jonathan Bousfield. Our current, versatile cabin caters for a diverse range of travellers, including Heads of State, HNWIs, corporate and leisure clients. Choosing a design that reflects an evolution of our highly popular cabin will help us remain market leading."

Acropolis' new aircraft will have 19 seats, a private master bedroom with luxury en-suite, and a larger galley fitted out like a real kitchen to cater for its clients' wishes.

"We continue to receive positive feedback from clients flying G-NOAH.  The care and attention taken on designing this exceptional and ergonomic cabin means it is as stylish today as it was in 2010 and this is the reason we re-engaged Alberto Pinto Design," said Jonathan.  Together the companies will now meet with cabin outfitters and evaluate which will be engaged to make the design a reality.

About Acropolis Aviation

Acropolis Aviation is a leading provider of luxury charter aviation and turnkey aircraft management services. Acropolis is based at TAG Farnborough Airport, the UK's premier business aviation airport, with a complementary sales office in  Ft Lauderdale, USA.  Headed by CEO Jonathan Bousfield, the company employs 28 personnel.  Its flagship Airbus ACJ319 entered service in March 2010 and has gained a reputation for excellent service in the high-end charter market.  Acropolis holds Wyvern Wingman and Argus Gold-rated safety accreditations.

Its current ACJ319 G-NOAH is regarded in the industry as the ultimate luxurious charter aircraft.  Its cabin, designed by Alberto Pinto, features an open plan forward lounge, intimate rear lounge, separated by a mid-cabin conference and dining room.  The private master bedroom features a king size bed, luxury en suite bathroom and a large, rectangular shower, the first to be installed in an ACJ.  Seating 19 passengers, the aircraft can accommodate up to 13 on fully lie-flat beds.

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