There's a new private jet available in the market and it's the Airbus Corporate Jet A330neo. The private jet is said to be able to seat 25 passengers, and has a customizable cabin that can have a conference room and a dining table.
According to a report from the Business Traveller, the customizable cabin of the A330neo can also have a private office, some bedrooms and bathrooms, and guest seating. The private jet also has the option of having an onboard airport navigation system and a runaway overrun protection system.
The A330neo can transport 25 passengers up to a distance of 17,440 km or 20 hours. The plane is said to be able to fly the passengers from Europe to Australia nonstop. John Leahy, the Airbus chief operating officer for customers, said that they are targeting VIP customers for the private jet.
He said that the customers of the A330neo would be from "countries needing to fly heads of state and delegations worldwide on government business." He adds that the private jet "offers an unbeatable combination of modern design, proven capability, and productivity."
In addition to its features, the A330neo will also be having the standard Category 3B autoland and other enriching features, according to TravelNewsAsia. It will also have a common cockpit that can be piloted by more than 100,000 qualified pilots.
Breaking Travel News reports that for several decades, Airbus has already been known to deliver when it comes to turnkey cabins. The plane manufacturer is actually unrivaled in the industry when it comes to its experience and know-how.
And using the A330 as its privet jet model is not a bad thing either, as the plane is considered as the most successful wide-body airliner in the world. The A330 already has a multi-role, serving as a tanker transport, a freighter, a passenger plane, and a private corporate jet. For more about the Airbus A330neo, check out the video below.