Description of AIRBUS A340
Airbus ACJ (Airbus Corporate Jets), also known as Airbus Prestige, is a subsidiary of Airbus SAS, a European aircraft manufacturer, which markets business jets. The Airbus CJ range includes a total of 8 business jets: the ACJ318, ACJ319neo, ACJ320neo, ACJ321neo, ACJ330, ACJ340, ACJ350 XWB and ACJ380.
It was in the 2000s that the European company Airbus took the initiative to launch a project, a prestige aircraft, which would transport businessmen around the world. Today, the company is renowned for the excellence of its flight experiences as witnessed by its customers. Indeed, ACJ offers the world’s most modern and comprehensive family of business aircraft by providing customers with the best service, onboard technology, and unique expertise.
The Airbus A340 was inaugurated on October 26, 1994. Since its first flight, this aircraft has been available in two versions: one adapted for passengers and another version designed for cargo.
The ACJ340 has three derivative versions, each with different strengths, engines, maximum payloads and passenger capacities.
- The ACJ340-300 has a capacity of up to 75 passengers, over 7700 nautical miles.
- The ACJ340-500 has a maximum range of 10,000 nautical miles.
- The ACJ340-600 has a capacity of up to 25 passengers, 6 crew members over 9000 nautical miles.
The Airbus ACJ340 has a very high operating hour record, demonstrating its reliability and popularity with customers.